DIY Picture Frame Gift Wrap, Ribbon & Washi Tape Organizer


I wanted a simple, beautiful and unique way to store all my wrapping paper, ribbon, washi tape and tissue paper. While at the thrift store one day, inspiration hit and a tutorial was born.
Rather than make my own frames out of trim, I thought this trio of frames for $30 was a bargain. I turned the smaller two into cork boards, and the large one was perfect as a gift wrap organizer. See the transformation here: http://www.monicawantsit.com/2015/05/diy-picture-frame-gift-wrap-organizer.html

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  • Jaq Segal
    on Jan 18, 2016

    Could Thisbe done on a smaller scale to organize bracelets and necklaces, perhaps?

    • Monica Benavidez
      on Jan 18, 2016

      @Jaq Segal Absolutely! You can get shorter dowels in the craft section of Walmart that'll fit a smaller frame or you can cut them down to size with a handsaw. Possibilities are endless. :)

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  • Janet Innis
    on Jan 19, 2016

    what a good idea. I think I might have to try something like this in my craft room.

  • Diane Blank
    on Jan 26, 2016

    Love the idea of storage with such "décor". Thanks for sharing.

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