I use Washi tape for a number of craft projects! Okay, well, I’m lying. But only a little bit! I actually use Washi tape for every craft project all the time. There’s just something about the adorable patterns, the easy tear-off, and the flexibility that made me fall in love. Of course, a love of a craft supply usually comes with a surplus of said supply. That being said, I have BOXES and BOXES of tape, and I decided it was time to make a dispenser. I went with idea #2!
This was my favorite idea of the ones featured, but I had way too many rolls of tape for this! Place your favorite tape through a pole of sorts, and slide your tape down the middle. Think of how easy it would be when you needed a piece!
I had a free shelf like this in my craft room, so I did this exact project! I used a tension rod, and simply slid my tape rolls into place. I know right were my patterns are, all the time!
This storage idea is perfect for us beach dwelling crafters! A piece of driftwood and a length of twine are seriously all you need to make this tape dispenser. This is a great option if you don’t have a lot of storage space.
Not a DIY…but a buy! Pick up this CraftStack organizer! It’s made to fit and store all of your washi tape collection. They fold up nicely and can be stored away extremely easy! Shop it at Michaels.
It doesn’t get much easier than this! Cut the end of a hanger and use it to hang and store all of your tapes. Bend the ends so the tape doesn’t fall off. Things do get heavy!
This blogger whipped up this organization method using tension rods, plastic wrap, and plastic bins. Check out her adorable label on the front, as well!