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DIY Tape Holder Projects to Keep Your Workspace Tidy

Transform your workshop with this DIY Tape Holder tutorial. Learn how to repurpose a rolling pin into a functional organizer for your essential tapes.

DIY Tape Holder

In this post, I’ll guide you through the step-by-step process of creating a tape holder using items easily found at your local dollar store. This project is perfect for anyone looking to streamline their workspace and keep essential tools within reach. Let’s dive in!

Creating a DIY tape holder not only adds a personal touch to your workspace but also ensures that you have easy access to your tape whenever you need it. Plus, by using items from the dollar store, you can achieve organization without breaking the bank.

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Step 1: Gather Your Materials

To begin this project, you’ll need the following items

Step 2: Measure and Cut

Next, measure the width of your rolling pin to determine the size of your holder. Using a saw, carefully cut the rolling pin to your desired length. Ensure that the cut is straight and even for a clean finish.

Cutting the rolling pin using speed cutter

Step 3: Prepare the Rolling Pin

Start by removing any handles or attachments from the rolling pin, leaving only the cylindrical core. This will serve as the base for your tape holder.

Attach and installing plastic roller guide inside the rolling pin using super glue

Step 4: Trimming And Sanding

Trim the excess wood from edge of the tape storage and start sanding the surface. These step will make your tape storage smooth look professional.

Step 5: Assembly And Installing

Put double-sided adhesive tape to mount the blade cutter and install the roller using a battery drill.

Step 6: Optional: Add Dowels for Extra Support

If desired, you can add dowels to the bottom of the rolling pin holder to provide additional support for your tape rolls. Simply measure and cut the dowels to size, then use hot glue to attach them to the underside of the holder.

Step 7: Test the Holder

Once the holder is securely mounted, test it out by placing a roll of tape onto the rolling pin. Ensure that the tape rolls smoothly and that the holder can support the weight without tipping over.

Step 8: Optional: Sand and Finish

For a polished look, you can sand the edges of the rolling pin holder to smooth out any rough spots. This step is optional but can add a professional touch to your finished project.

Step 9: Final Touches

Once you’re satisfied with the functionality and appearance of your tape holder, it’s time to put it to use! Load up your favorite rolls of tape and enjoy the convenience of having them easily accessible in your workspace.

Creating a DIY tape holder is a simple yet effective way to enhance the organization of your workshop or craft space. By repurposing a rolling pin and a few basic supplies, you can create a functional holder that keeps your tape within arm’s reach while you work. I hope you found this tutorial helpful and feel inspired to tackle more organization projects in your space. Stay tuned for more DIY ideas and tips coming soon!

More tips and tricks to keep your workspace neat and tidy – go check out my Dollar Store Organization Hacks!

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