Washi Tape, how I love thee! Do you share the same feeling? If you do, then I’m sure you can relate to having rolls and rolls lying around — in baskets, bowls, etc. If you know me, you might understand how much I like seeing the alternative use for things. I recently made a decorative tray from a shadow box and today we’re going to take an unfinished jewelry holder and make use of it as a decorative tape storage holder!
- 18 inch Unfinished Simple Wood Jewelry Holder*
- Acrylic Craft Paint (I used white and coral/flesh)
- Brushes or Sponge Brushes
- Sand Paper
- Washi Tape
It’s really a matter of painting the jewelry holder and adding washi decorative tape. However, I’ll share the step by step tutorial on how I transformed mine.
Step 1: Let’s start by painting the holder in a white acrylic paint – one coat. Let dry completely.
Step 2: Now we’ll paint the holder with your paint color of choice – two coats. I used a coral acrylic paint color. Let dry.
Step 4: Add your washi tape! This holder will store approximately 30-31 decorative tape rolls! Fantastic, right?
Want to see even more fantastic washi tape crafts?! Check out our washi tape gallery HERE. From home decor to handmade gifts to paper crafting projects, our gallery is sure to have a fun craft project for everyone! What is your favorite washi tape craft?
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Kelly is the crafter, cook and writer behind the creative lifestyle blog, livelaughrowe.com. There you will find that she blogs about DIY projects, crafts, recipes, and life’s moments. She has a love for vintage finds, the color turquoise and has a mild addiction to coffee. Kelly lives in St. Louis, MO with her husband and their two furry friends, Parker and Buster. Grab a cup of joe and stop by to say hello!