DIY Washi Storage Solution!

Hi friends! Show of hands, how many of you hoard your washi tape? Well, don’t worry, today’s project will not only help you store it but use it too!


My precious (said in best Sméagol voice) washi tapes are showcased in all their beauty and are ready to use at a moments notice. I am using the brand new washi tape from Papermart today, it is only $1.34 for 10 yards so you don’t have to hoard it (OK, buy two rolls of each design and hoard one if you must.) This project is great for me because I also hoard boxes…anyone else? Watch the video and see how it’s done!

You can also use this idea to make divided boxes for other arts and craft supplies like beads, pencils, markers or embellishments. You can make it match your style and personality!


You will need:
A shallow cardboard box
Washi Tape
Measuring tape trim or Lace trim
Scrapbook paper (I used the Shimelle line from American Crafts)
Alphabet stamps and ink if desired

Cover all sides of the box with scrapbook paper. Cut a piece of paper the same width of your box but 3″ longer. Fold up a section to make a divider so your tape can be held snug in the box. Add a label on the top or side of your box so you will always know what is inside!


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