DIY Handy Washi Tape / Twine Holder

$5
Easy
Organise your craft cupboard by making this really handy washi tape holder. Its very easy to do all you need is an old broom handle and a scrap piece of wood. If you don't have washi tape you could use it to store twine.
All you need is an old broom handle or curtain pole, a scrap piece of wood and some screws.
First cut your pole into 5 pieces, 3 long and 2 slightly shorter.
Sand your wooden base and screw in five wood screws facing up. 3 screws at the back and 2 at the front.
Drill a hole into the bottom of each pole and then simple screw them onto your base.
To make your holder more attractive you can do what I have done, which is stain your wood all the same colour and spray the tips of the poles copper.
Now simply add washi tape. Not only is it a handy storage solution it makes a great display.
If you don't have loads of washi tape, I'm sure you could find another use for it, such as a twine holder.
The holder sits in my craft cupboard in the picture above. If you want to see how I transformed an ugly cupboard into my lovely cocktail/craft cupboard click here Click here
Full details and instructions are on my blog.
You can also see my other great craft storage upcycle the stylish copper caddy in the top photo by clicking here.

Claire at Pillarboxblue
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  • Kathy Thornton Kathy Thornton on May 20, 2018

    if you don't have an electric screwdriver could you use wood glue?

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  • Beverly Campbell Beverly Campbell on Apr 07, 2016
    What a great idea. I am a ribbon hoarder but have to keep in drawers. Not any more!!! Now with a quick look, I can see what I have instead of rifling through drawers. I will mount a large wood shelf in the wall and install all in my craft room. Thanks for a wonderful idea....LOVE LOVE LOVE IT.

    • Claire at Pillarboxblue Claire at Pillarboxblue on Apr 08, 2016
      Thank you ! I love to have my tape on display so I can see what I've got, also I think it looks really pretty.

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