There are ideas for storing washi tape on Instagram. If you have a knack for some handiwork you can make some of these yourself. However, if DIY is not for you then there are many other options for you straight from the store or even from your cupboard.
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Bowls and Platters
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You can easily search your kitchen for bowls just like this in the picture. Not just for entertaining friends (or treating just yourself on a night in) you can use this to store your washi tape. If you have one lying around which you haven’t used for some time, use it for your collection.
Rotating Washi Dispenser
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This is original and ingenious design is by Vashi Washi. For the true washi enthusiasts, this industrial grade product rotates around which makes it easy to access your chosen washi tape. This is available in different sizes in a modular format.
Wheel of Washi
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You can sing ‘wheel of fortune’ while spinning this baby around. For collectors on another level (and who are lucky to have enough room) you can store many washi tapes without worrying about rummaging around for the one you need.
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This is similar to the ‘Wheel of Washi’ but on a smaller and more manageable scale. You can re-purpose a spice rack for storing your washi tape. It spins around in a circle and it is handy for transporting from a storage location to your crafting table.
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You can access your sample cards using a file-like system. You could even add index cards to label each category.
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This is another way to store your small samples. You can group them by colour scheme like in the picture above.
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This is the most unusual way to store your washi tape. You can make your washi tape come to you. This looks so fun it put a happy smile on my face.
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You can throw it all in a bag for easy transporting and storage. I like the idea of using a clear bag so that it is easier to find what you are after.
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You can find a purpose made purse for washi or you could use a similar looking purse or toiletry bag to store your collection.
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You can use a hardware box or a tool box from your local handy store and if you’re from Australia, you could go to your local Bunnings for a sausage sizzle while you’re there.
Clear Square Box
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A clear square box is a simple way to store your washi tape. You can admire your collection with this easy to transport and stow away option.
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This beautiful rustic box adds an element of elegance to your collection. If you are feeling creative you can paint or decorate in your chosen colour and style.
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You might have a spare belt hanger lying around inside your wardrobe. Just add your chosen washi tapes onto the hanger and you have an instant storage solution.
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Similar to the belt hanger above, a trouser hanger works just as well. Easy to stow away inside a cupboard when not in use.
Mini Sample Ring
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This small ring lets you go through your various washi samples. Simple and easy to store.
Clear drawers are a great choice for displaying your washi tape. The stackable ones in the picture allow you to expand as your collection grows.
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This simple dispenser is made from wood and resembles a miniature paper towel holder. Easily stackable for larger washi collections, you can add a bold layer of paint or leave it plain.
Colourful Drawers with Labels
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This is a great organising system if you have many in the same colour or style. The pretty labels adds an element of creative style to the colourful drawers of washi tape.
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The slender drawers in the picture above are perfect for washi tape which is neatly grouped together by colour scheme. The versatile white drawers make the colours pop when having a peak at the beautiful range.
Polka Dot Drawers
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These fun polka dot drawers fill in the space between the wall and other furniture. The long drawers make the most of the space and maximises the amount of washi that can be stored.
Rose Gold Washi House
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This delightful rose gold washi house can hold your most dearest washi tapes. Perfect for hanging more washi or other decorations on either side.
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The jars above have been jazzed up with some pretty ribbons and tassels. Perfect if you want your collection to be on display.
White Rods with Swatches
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This is an easy DIY project with wooden rods attached to a backing board. The samples on either side demonstrate the patterns for a fun appearance.
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This is another option like the previous example. Vertical white rods on a matching support used to stack various washi tape together.
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This pink washi house is just divine. This is the cutest way to store your washi tape. Decorate it with stickers and banners however you like.
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This one reminds me of the shelves at nail salons with the different colours all in a row. This is a practical way to store your washi tape and it is up off the ground away from your workspace.
Shelf with Decorative Background
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Similar to the one before but with gorgeous patterns behind the shelves. You can use wallpaper or scrapbook sheets to add a pop of colour.