Shelly was born for washi tape. If you're a "gottalittle" crafter you may find that 1 Shelly bag will be perfect to contain all of your washi, but if you've got a washi addiction like I do, you'll need 3,4,5...
Organizing your washi tape is no different than organizing other craft supplies. Follow the same steps, gather, sort, store, label - Voila! You're done.
Step 1 - Round up your washi
Step 1 always seems to be the same when we're going through the organization process.
Gather up as much of your washi tape as you can find.
Step 3 - Sort by Theme/Sentiment, Holidays/Calendar, and Color.
This is only a small portion of my washi collection. As you probably have already guessed I'm partial to turquoise, so I've got a full Shelly bag of just that color.
Step 4 - load your Shelly bags
It's fast and easy to load your Shelly Bags once your washi tape has been sorted into the 4 Section System (we did only use 3 sections this time).
As you filling your holiday bag you can easily put washi tapes in calendar order.
Colors can be arranged from light to dark and themes/sentiments can simply be organized alphabetically.
Step 6 - Label and Store
Thanks so much for stopping by today to see how I used our Shelly Buddy Bags to organize some of my washi tape. I will admit that I have a problem with washi.
I hope you'll pop back by throughout the week to see all of the other ways I'm using the Shelly Buddy Bag to get, and stay, organized.
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