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Unread 03-04-2017, 12:03 PM   #1
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Default Another plan for washi tape storage

So I have acquired a collection of washi tape and needed a way to store it that wouldn't make me forget that I had it. My solution was to add curtain rods (the super-cheap kind)to my pegboard:



I originally had one rod on there, added another one above it, and still need one more for the seasonal tapes.

I told about how I attached the curtain rod to the pegboard in a blog post when I put the first one up: random.on purpose.: Revamp, renew
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that is very pretty and cheerful to view also, Sue
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So I have acquired a collection of washi tape and needed a way to store it that wouldn't make me forget that I had it. My solution was to add curtain rods (the super-cheap kind)to my pegboard:



I originally had one rod on there, added another one above it, and still need one more for the seasonal tapes.

I told about how I attached the curtain rod to the pegboard in a blog post when I put the first one up: random.on purpose.: Revamp, renew
Looks really nice. I like how you have them rainbow order.
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Pretty! I use Snapware containers and have them in rainbow order.
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I have pants hangers I get from a discount store (Ross, Tuesday Morning, etc). They have 4 rods that pop out at one end. Then I hang them on my wall in my craft room. It holds a lot. I have two.............
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I don't have many washi tapes but what I do have I store a glass jar with lid. That is the designated spot them... I also cut strips out of printed deli/tissue paper to use as homemade washi tape..

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