Make your own DIY Washi tape dispenser. Reuse a foil container to store your Washi tapes, so clever!
Lately, I’ve been trying reaaally hard to be more organized in terms of my craft supplies. I am not nearly there yet but are making some progress.
I’ll share some creative ways in the next few weeks on how I organize these supplies. To start with: Tapes!
The small washi tapes(I don’t have much yet, because here in South Africa it is quite expensive because it gets imported), but my collection will keep on growing, I’m sure because nowadays you get the prettiest Washi tape!
I’ve used an empty foil dispenser, painted it, and placed the washi tape rolls around the original cardboard tube. The sharp edge is so convenient!
So from this:
Easy enough! If you have lots of washi tape rolls and have to make a few of these dispensers, you could cover up the cardboard with different strips of washi tapes, so you can see which roll is in which dispenser at quick glance.
I have my big tapes(cello tapes, painter’s tape, Scotch Duct Tape, etc.) on a standing kitchen towel dispenser. You could also use the ones you put on the wall to keep them organized against a wall.
There you go, a few creative ways to organize tapes!
Be sure to check back in for more organizing tips next week!