If you are like me, buying washi is a little bit of an addition. Before you know it, it’s quickly piling up all over the place.
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Being a chronic organizer, I had to find a solution. Instead, I found many! I wanted to share with you two ways I do it, along with some tips I found around the web!
When I first starting buying washi, I would store it in a mason jar. This served as both a convenient way to see what I had and grab things easily, but also as a fun decoration for my office!
Over time, my stash started to over flow.
Where most people would stop buying washi, I decided to upgrade my storage plan. I needed something:
- big enough to store a fair amount of washi
- I could see each roll of washi easily
- stores easily
I found a tackle box (like this) with adjustable dividers and thought it would be PERFECT. So far, it has lived up to that expectation. I love that all of the rolls fit perfectly in the compartments.
I’m also able to keep some extra stickers in here, along with a pair of small scissors for precision cutting.
You could put a small ruler in here too if you are a bullet journal supply addict and want an alternative to the bullet journal supply caddy.
Other ideas I love?
- Store it on copper pipe (via Something Turquoise)
- Use a wire hanger from the dry cleaner (via Silly Old Suitcase)
- Use an expanding wall organizer (via 2 Left Hands)
- Display in a pretty bowl (via The Crafted Life)
Those are some of my favorites! I would love for you to share yours in the comments below.