Washi Tape Holder Tutorial

Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Pootles – Washi Tape Holder Tutorial

Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Pootles - Washi Tape Holder Tutorial


Oh I am so happy to be sharing this project with you today. You know what I’m like for creating stationery solutions for your craft desks and with the emergence of washi tape into the Stampin’ Up! lineup in a big way, I had to do it really didn’t I…

Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Pootles - Washi Tape Holder Tutorial Close Up

Now we have either 5 tape or 3 tape bundles, so that’s why I have 2 different sizes here for you to see in the photos and while I only create one in the video, I have listed the instructions below.

So on with the video today for you, and I hope you create some washi holders too!

S x


5 Tape Holder

Cardstock – 11 x 6-5/8″ (28 x 17cm)

Score on the LONG side at 1, 3, 5-1/2, 8, 10″ (2.5, 7.5, 14, 20.5, 25.5cm)

Score on the SHORT side at 2, 4-5/8″ (5, 12cm)

3 Tape Holder

Cardstock – 11 x 5-5/8″ (28 x 14.5cm)

Score on the LONG side at 1, 3, 5-1/2, 8, 10″ (2.5, 7.5, 14, 20.5, 25.5cm)

Score on the SHORT side at 2, 3-5/8″ (5, 9.5cm)


Products used and showcased

Thick Whisper White Cardstock, Very Vanilla Cardstock, Gorgeous Grunge Stamp Set, Washi Tape

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Sam Donald

Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator

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  1. You’re full of creative and useful ideas !!! Thanks for sharing this cute one xoxx

  2. Love this, thanks Sam.

  3. Great idea Sam!! xxx

  4. Ohhh these are so lovely!

  5. Isobel Sykes says:

    These are soooooo cute Sam I am definitely going to try and make one Thank you for sharing your idea with us

  6. This is cool Sam. Great idea. I like it 🙂

  7. What a great idea – willing definitely be having a go at this xx

  8. Great idea. Very creative and practical. Looking forward to Friday to see the spin off project 🙂 Thank you

  9. Carla vdM says:

    And another SUPERDUPER POOTLES idea. Thank you for sharing Sam.

  10. I love it. Can’t wait to see the spin off of this cute project on Friday.

  11. Love it! I definitely will be making these for my washi tape!

  12. Darling washi holders Sam!

  13. Great great great idea!!! And not only for the washis … Fill in a candle and a matchbox, or some sweets … and/or make a littel hole in the middle of the top et voilà what a nice gift box. But I will definitely first try some for my washis – Thanks so much Sam – I’m going to be organised ;-)) … (of course with your Framelits and Embossing holders, too).

  14. Belinda Litsch says:

    Wow, I have definitely something in mind for this cut box!

    Thank you Sam

  15. Thanks a lot . I was looking for washi tape organizer for a long time. Love them. Thanks for sharing

  16. Hi Sam! Beautiful idea.
    God bless 🙂

  17. These are marvelous. I made a bunch now too–thank you!

  18. I followed along and made 2 of these today, but I’m going to have to make at least 4 more to house all the rest! Lol. I’ve been keeping all my washi tape in a basket that was the perfect size to line them up in several rows (on the bottom), but became too cluttered when I added more on top. This little box sits perfectly on top! I can easily remove them to see what’s on the bottom. Thanks for all your wonderful ideas!

  19. Hi Sam, when I read your title “washi tape holder”, my eyes are wide open 🙂
    I just rearranged our washi tapes the other day which seem a little bit out of control and this holder looks perfect! You are so creative! I also love Marsha’s idea where I can also add this little box on top. Thanks for sharing!
    One question: may I ask how is the washi adhesive? Strong?

  20. Brilliant, Sam!
    Can you please design a stackable inkpad holder for our non-Stampin Up inkpads like the Stazon and Versamark? Thanks!

  21. Love all your ideas!!
    Do you think you can re-create that Halloween bag in the 2015 Holiday catalog.
    Thanks so much.

  22. cool! Great ideas. I have no stampin’ up, so i did it with the centimetres. sorry for my mistakes, i’m german

  23. Clare Ellison says:

    Hi Sam. I just joined Stampin’ Up (in NZ) and am on the lookout for things I can make inexpensively for table gifts etc. These will be great, and hopefully will encourage Washi tape sales too. Thanks so much for your inspiration

  24. Thank you so much for your tutorial! I will make some of these today 🙂

  25. This is a darling project. I can’t wait to try making one!

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