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10 Great Ways to Store Ribbon

Gutters are a great way to store ribbon, where it can be moved and replaced easily. Found via Martha Stewart.

I can’t resist a beautiful spool of ribbon. Ribbon can take up so much space and get tangled easily so it has to be stored well! There are some ingenious ways to store ribbon and they range from practical to decorative. Check out these 10 different ways you can store your ribbon! Prepare to be impressed by these ribbon collections!

View them after the jump!


  • Gutters 1 of 10
    Gutters
    Gutters are a great way to store ribbon where it can be moved and replaced easily.
    Found via Martha Stewart.
  • Organizers 2 of 10
    Organizers
    Pant hangers and jewelry organizers are perfect for ribbon.
    Found via Creating Keepsakes.
  • Shelving 3 of 10
    Shelving
    Add molding to the edge of shelves in a bookcase! It keeps the ribbon from rolling off.
    Found via Nicole Heady.
  • Metal Rings 4 of 10
    Metal Rings
    Hang ribbon from metal rings. Love how decorative this looks!
    Found via Komara Designs.
  • Cardboard 5 of 10
    Cardboard
    Wrap ribbon around flat spools.
    Found via the Inking Spot.
  • Hanging Dowels 6 of 10
    Hanging Dowels
    Hang a dowel with string or wire from under shelving.
    Found via Lil Blue Boo.
  • Shoebox 7 of 10
    Shoebox
    Turn a shoebox into a ribbon dispenser.
    Found via Cream City Ribbon.
  • Jars 8 of 10
    Jars
    Use jars to separate colors of ribbon.
    Found via New England Stamper.
  • Upright Dowels 9 of 10
    Upright Dowels
    Add upright dowels to wood for easy ribbon storage.
    Found via Vintage Chic Home.
  • Straw Dispenser 10 of 10
    Straw Dispenser
    Use a vintage style straw dispenser to hold ribbon.
    Found via All People Quilt.

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