Although I haven't had a chance to use this on a project yet, I'm really liking the look of it. It arrived with a sample piece stuck to the outside of the package and I played around with that a little. I don't have any other decorative tapes and so can't compare them. This one does have some nice quality. It seems like a neat kind of cross between painter's tape and masking tape... being more papery. It is not very transparent. It comes unstuck again well... at least from the packaging piece. I did a little experiment with applying some distress ink coloring to it just to see if I could create some additional variation when I do go to use it. It did pick up some of the color eventually but the ink of course is very wet and didn't sink in quickly... so I chose to wipe most of it off rather than make a big mess. Still, I think it will be lots of fun and looks like a versatile style for a beginner with this tape thing.
This tape is great and I love using it, the only thing to be aware of is it's not as moveable as the tapes by Bella Blvd but it's still a great tape and I will definitely buy more tape from Queen and Company!