So this week for #washiwednesday I'm sharing how I store my washi. I've seen lots of great ideas and inspiration here on IG on how to store these babies and this way was one of my favorites. You can store lots of washi in a small space and it looks really pretty. I got the one drawer on the left a few years ago and the one on the right just this past week. Tap pic for sources. #washi #washilove #plannergirl #plannerlove #plannernerd #planneraddict #plannerjunkie #plannersupplies…
Upcycled Magnetic Menu. Made with Cookie Sheet and Washi Tape Magnets. Easy Weekly Meal Plan
50 Brilliant, Easy & Cheap Storage Ideas (lots of tips and tricks)
A DIY to keep you stylishly organized. Step 1: Gather supplies: 2–4 sets of square nesting boxes, tissue paper, large binder clips, Washi tape, glue stick, Xacto knife, ruler and a pencil. Step 2: Lay out boxes in a design that works for your space, keeping the bottom squares even. Step 3: Measure the inside of each box and cut the tissue paper to fit. Glue in. Step 4: Attach Washi tape to the front edge of each box, flip over and cut off the excess; secure together with binder clips. Done!
Fans are a college dorm room’s best friend — and not just because they keep the room cool. Try one of these hacks. 1: Add some personality to the fan by covering it in colorful Washi tape. Turn it on and you’ve got moving art! 2: Add a clip-on air freshener to the fan and turn it on for a quick way to make the room smell extra nice. 3: Place the fan in front of your drying rack and that laundry will be dry in no time.