Hi there! My name is Laura and I blog over at Laura’s Crafty Life! I am so excited to be one of the new contributors to Craft Storage Ideas. I am a stay at home mom to two great kids. My son is 6 and my daughter is 3. At my blog you will find a whole hodge podge of ideas. I love to craft, organize, party plan and DIY. You can see a small glimpse of my craft room organization with my ribbon storage organization.
For my first post I wanted to share with you some creative ideas on how to store washi tape. It is one of my new favorite crafting supplies and I am starting to get quite a collection. Right now I have mine all stored in a wire basket, but if my stash gets any bigger I will definitely need a more organized, accessible solution. I don’t know about you, but if I can clearly see my supplies I am much more likely to use them.
The first solution I found was this great dispenser from We R Memory Keepers on Amazon. This would be a great option for your favorite tapes to be readily available or if you have a small stash!
I love using the vertical space on my walls to organize in my craft room. There is only so much you can pile on your shelves before they are overflowing. This shutter washi tape display is fantastic. You can see all your tape right in the open.
Another vertical wall space display is this thrift store wooden grate that was repurposed into washi tape storage from Crab and Fish. I love the idea of repurposing something that once was made for a completely different purpose.
I love using bins and boxes for storing small craft items as well. At The Crafty Pickle, she used storage containers to easily see and store her washi tape in medium size, stackable plastic bins. This is very similar to my ribbon storage solution I use and I think would be a great way to store a large washi tape collection.
Last, but certainly not least, here is another repurposed storage solution. Who would have thought to use a spice rack to store washi tape? At Studio D did! This looks like a great solution to easily be able to see and access all those beautiful tapes.
I hope this post has inspired you to get all those washi tape collections organized!