Tuesday, March 10, 2020

New Washi Tape Storage

Over the years, I've stored my washi tape in a variety of ways.

Most recently, I've simply had all the rolls mixed together in one basket. It's often FUN to rummage through them to find something that will work on my current project. Typically, however, I'm searching for a particular color. During my recent craft room cleanup, I decided it was time to try something different. 

I have an old cassette tape holder (that I no longer use for my ink pad storage) that I thought might work. I wasn't sure how many rolls of washi tape it would hold, so I just set it on my craft table and starting filling it up.

Turns out it works perfect for the 200+ rolls of washi in my stash! Robbie attached the holder securely to the wall in my craft room, and now it's easy to grab the right color washi anytime!

How do you store your washi tape? Has it changed over the years?


  1. Impressive! I don't have anywhere near that many rolls of Washi tape. Tracy made a Washi tape holder for me a few years ago: a series of dowels on a wooden base that holds most of my Washi tape. I realized just a day ago that I rarely use Washi tape and ought to think about how to change that.

  2. I have a large plastic jar (think bulk buy pretzels) that I keep my tape in. Getting to the precise roll I want definitely isn't as easy as your solution!

  3. That's a lot of washi tape! :)
    I have mine in a cake tin, which is in the sideboard cupboard ... which is probably why I tend to forget about it.

  4. This looks so pretty - and practical too! I just redid my washi storage as well, and my total is in the same territory as yours. I'll share in an upcoming blog post.


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