My daughter loves Washi tape! She is always covering something or crafting with it. I have to admit it’s pretty cool. She was looking for a fun way to organize her Washi tape so of course I was up to the challenge.
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Not to long ago I got our rain boots in order with an easy organizing idea and the same principal was perfect for the Washi tape situation. I found a piece of scrap wood in my pile and got a dowel rod from the store. I measured off spots to place the dowel rods on the board, making sure the Washi Tape would have room on each. Using a paddle bit on my drill the same size as the dowel rod I drilled holes into the board large enough to accept the rods.
For the dowel rods I cut them down using my mitre box saw (it is so handy! I used it for all my dollhouse makeover tasks). If you aren’t into power tools this little hand saw can really help you with small projects like this one. I use it inside the house and just sweep up after.
It’s mush easier to stain a rod than paint it so I went with a two tone look, staining the rods and painting the base. Once dry I used wood glue dabbed on the end of each dowel and placed them in the holes, perfect for Washi Tape storage.
To really take the cuteness up a notch I added some text with my new Chalk Couture Paste and transfer. Y’all this stuff is insanely easy and fun. Using a transfer I wiped the Chalk Couture Paint, quickly removed the stencil and sprinkled the wet paste with glitter. You can check out their products in my store here! (let me know if you have any questions) The great thing about this DIY Washi Tape holder is that you can make the dowels as tall as you’d like, make the board longer…any adaptations to meet your needs. Getting organized is always fun! I find you are way more likely to use your supplies when you can see what you have, so I hope this solution helps you get crafty.
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