Monday, August 26, 2013

Ribbon and Washi Tape Storage Tray!

It's Monday!  Are you ready to see what will be new in my Silhouette Store this week?
Let's start the week off with my new Ribbon and Washi Tape Storage Tray!  

This tray holds several sizes of washi tape and also fits the small ribbon spools such as American Crafts (4ft) rolls perfectly!  The tray is approximately 7" x 5-1/4" x 1" (handles make it about 2-1/4" tall).  Each slot is about 3/4" x 2-1/8" and there are seven on each side, 14 in total.  The file is compatible with both the 12x12 and 8-1/2 x 12 mats.

Here is the tutorial:
1.  Cut out the pieces in your desired papers.  Fold on the score lines.
2.  Add adhesive to the tabs on the tray piece then adhere the tabs to the box sides.
3.  Place adhesive on the tabs of the divider piece and adhere the tabs to the box sides.
4.  Place adhesive around the edges of the divider piece as shown.
5.  Insert the divider piece into the tray and press the sides to adhere.
6.  Fill the tray with your tapes or ribbon spools!

You can find this file HERE!

Here is a sneak of what else I will have up this week...


crazyaboutcricut said...

EEEKK! I love this, and can't wait to grab it! I grab all your files as soon as I see them in the Silhouette store (love that you have a store there, thank you!!) Thank you so much for creating organizing files, I've been waiting for files like these! Do you think you might be able to create some for displaying things (like cards, and treats) that we create sell at craft fairs, etc.??!?!?! Thanks again :)

Stephanie said...

I can't wait to make this. It's in my waitlist already. Was just waiting for the tutorial.

September Whisenant said...

Love, love, love the organizational files. I hope they will be available soon in SVG!

Amanda Soule said...

Is there a specific paper type you like to use for these to hold up to the wear and tear?

Jamie Lane [Cripps] said...

Hi Amanda! I typically use a heavier weight of card stock, 80# or more. Thanks! Jamie

Amanda Soule said...

Awesome! Thanks, love all your files. So cute and very useful :)

Matt Dart said...

These storage ideas are just great to have. My niece who lives nearby Supercheap storage would always drop by our office to showcase her recent creations, and the mothers just love it. I am sure that if she sees these, she would definitely come up with something new.

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