This wooden washi tape holder came unpainted, with holes pre-cut, and pegs to slot into the holes, pegs included.
My major mistake was painting it with standard acrylic paint that you would use on scrap projects! I really should have spray painted this, but I guess I gave it that shabby look.
It was already shabby as the paint I used was not quality thick paint, so the woodgrain showed quite a bit.
Really, very shabby. I even shabbified it more with scuffing the edges with sandpaper to reveal the wood beneath.
The pegs were then painted with *proper* acrylic housepaint and slotted into the holes. The holes did need re-drilling as I was sloppy with the acrylic paint for the base.
I think I'm ready for my second Washi tape holder, as this one that holds nearly 80 tapes is very nearly full - and I haven't bought any since I painted it!
I've just contacted the seller via email to see if she's still selling these as I want holder #2 for ribbons and other bits and spooled bobs.
More pics soon as these are quick ones from Instagram.