View File to PrintWe have a simple and great-looking solution to your washi and/or twine collection. This is a good project if you’re lacking table or storage space. Create storage space on the wall!

This Washi Station was created by Sarah Owens for Craft Warehouse and all supplies are available at all locations of the Craft Warehouse store. All it takes is some glue and a couple of nails. The pallet is sold ready to hang.  Add a rub-on saying at the top or paint dowels to add color to the board.


Making a Washi Station from Craft WarehouseSupply List:


  • Small saw to trim the dowel




  1. Trim Dowels to about 11” long with a small saw
  2. Glue knobs on to board using E6000 glue (dry for 4 hrs)
  3. Hang basket with small nails to the bottom of the board.]
  4. Add washi tape and twine to each rod then place rods over knobs.
  5. Hang Washi Station (pallet come with hangers already attached)


Washi station up close