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Monday, April 30, 2012

My Favorite on the Go Tape Cases

I'm a self proclaimed bag nut. My Mom often refers to me as a gypsy (which I take as a big compliment) with all of my different bags. I thought I'd share some of my favorite ways to carry my washi tape with me when I'm on the go:

Ginko Papers has these cute little see through pencil case type containers here, here and here. I love my little blue one at the top of the page.

The little black case at the top right actually held my mini computer speakers at one point. Now it holds my favorite washi tapes (the ones I use the most and buy repeatedly.)

What do you use to stash your on the go tapes in?


Also, if you're interested in signing up for the Book Arts week in L.A., you need to do so by Saturday.


Kathy, PaperPumpkin said...

I only journal at home...so far...but you saw some of mine in a photo, all stacked up. I also have an amazing wooden silverware drawer organizer that fits about 50 rolls in it, in four long sections. Joy. What did we do before washi tape, Kelly??!!

Cat said...

Mine were scattered all over until I recently got most of them corraled in a large Zip Lock bag. Ever see those small wooden boxes that Hobby Lobby sells that look like old books? I have a couple that I use for markers and collage supplies. One of those would be perfect for my tapes but not portable so maybe I'll re-think that!! Your tape containers are much more practical for journaling on the go!!

heather noye said...

i make my own tapes. So they're flat on wax paper; not on a roll. Makes it a little easier for taking the show on the road.