10 DIY Creative Washi Tape Storage
Washi tape is an extremely versatile craft product loved by crafters, gift givers and artists all over the world. The iconic patterns and colors make it a fun way to jazz up anything that needs some adhesive tape. From present wrapping to children's school projects and product packaging. You can understand why one does not simply buy one kind of Washi tape! If you've succumbed to the pull of these fun, bright designs and started up your own collection (we don't blame you!), then you'll understand that they're too good and too pretty to keep locked away in a drawer. Rather, the best thing you can do is have a washi tape holder that will keep everything neat, organized and easy to display. What's really awesome is you can actually build them entirely on your own. Check out these smart Washi tape dispenser and storage ideas.
1 - Washi Tape Shelf
Use an old wooden shelf to give each of your tapes a specific place to belong and make them easy to see.
2 - Washi Tape Dispenser
With a dispenser, you can not only store your washi tape where it's easy to see, you can also use the tape a lot easier. This one is made with an old box and some suspension rods.
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3 - Washi Tape Drawer
If you have an extra drawer lying around in a cabinet somewhere, you can easily use it to store your favorite tape. You can even tape the edges to the side so it's ready to use whenever you want it.
4 - Paper Clip Washi Hangers
If you want a super simple and easy way to store your Washi tape, paper clips are a simple and effective way to do so. They can be used to help create a super cute and unique display like below.
5 - Washi Tape Bunch
Using a stick or a dowel on a wire makes an easy way to keep all of your tape together through a more compact means. You can even hang it on your wall.
6 - Washi Tape Wheel
This one definitely looks cool and when it comes to washi tape storage, it's a unique option that you can spin to find exactly what you're looking for. And it's simple enough to DIY and make out of wood.
7 - Washi Tape Holder
This design lets you stack your tape on dowels that are already attached to your thread organizer, but while keeping them organized at the same time. You'll be able to arrange by colors or patterns.
8 - Washi Tape Box
This clever trick utilizes an old aluminum foil or parchment paper box with the empty roll. You can fill it with tape and it can be easily closed up when you're not using it.
9 - Clear Washi Dispenser
This dispenser lets you close up your tape but also makes sure that you can see everything on the inside too. Plus, it's just an old craft box or thread box.
10 - Washi Tape Board
This board is made with anything you want for backing and uses command strips and dowel rods to hold the tape. Simple, effective and beautiful to look at!
If you're looking for a great way to store your washi tape but you're not so sure about building your own dispenser, you can always pick up one of ours to use. It's a sleek and stylish dispenser that holds several of your favorite tapes and gives you an elegant and durable, solid wood piece to put on your desk or in a cupboard. You're going to love the look of this one, and showing it off to everyone.
View our handmade wooeden washi tape dispenser.
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