Washi tape is the best invention since Toaster Strudel's. We use it for everything - marking where we hang pictures, hanging up birthday signs, using it for all kinds of decorations, sealing envelopes, etc. etc. etc. The list goes on, and the best part - it doesn't ruin your walls when you pull it off.
It also comes in 10 million different colors and patterns that you don't need but you'll sure as hell buy them all! These pictures have my washi tape collection looking pretty scarce. Don't worry people, there's no empty spools nowadays.... or maybe you should worry about that.
Enough about my washi addiction. I used to keep these bad boys in mason jars, but my collection started getting out of control and every time I wanted to use one, I'd have to empty out the entire container to find it.
My BFF Jenny craftily (yes, that's a real word) used a spool rack to hold and showcase escort cards (cute lil flags!) at her wedding. :: idea lightbulb :: What a great way to organize my addiction!
With that, I bring you... Organization Station: Washi Tape!
We have a closet in our office that is slowly turning into the craft supply center. We decided to nail the spool rack (from Michael's) to the wall for out-of-the-way, but easy access. Two nails, badabing badaboom and we were all set!
How do you organize your washi tape?