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Here's the tut:
Washi Tape Storage Box
1 Here are all the pieces, cut out and prepped. Score the folds with a fine-point embossing tool held against a small metal ruler. You need about 45cm/18in of ribbon if you are making the box with the handle. Double-sided tape is placed on the top side of the tabs, and also underneath the straight long edge. Glue the reinforcements over the holes for the handled version.
2 Attach the side panels to the base of the box between the tabs, on either side.
3 Pic above shows the side panels attached to the box body.
4 Next, attach the small tabs to the underside of the side panels. Attach the two at the box front first.
5 Turn under the front lining and smooth it in place. It is attached with a strip of d/s tape under the bottom edge.
6 Next, attach the two remaining short tabs to the underside of the side panels.
8 Stick the side liners onto the underside of the side panels. If making the handled version, make sure the holes align. Smooth the panels down and tamp the bottom corners down.
9 Use a tapestry needle to thread the ribbon ends through the holes.
Double or triple-knot the ribbon tails so they don't pass through the holes.
10 To close the box, roll the lid down and insert it under the front edge.
It is a good idea to prime the lid - shape it with your fingers - so that it curves gently. If you want a super-deluxe box, you can cut a piece of paper to line the base of the box.
So, that's it. Have fun organizing your washi stash! (If you accumulate more tape, just make more boxes!
More washi boxes here: Washi Tape Gift Box , Washi Rolls Washi Tape Storage Box