The Gift of Organization

The Gift of Organization

I’m a little bit of an Organization nut.

I like things to be neat and tidy. (I’m sure I’m not the only one.)

With the holidays around the corner, for that hard to buy person,

why not give the gift of organization.

I like to use the Deflecto Interlocking Single Tilt Bins* all around the house.

I figured everyone else might like them too.

You could give the bins as is or fill them up for the ultimate gift.

Add a bow and your set to go.

Here are a few ideas to get you started.

For the Kids

Craft supplies, playdoh, Legos, the list could go on and on.

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In the Bathroom

Hair ties, make up…Clear up the clutter on the bathroom counter.

In the Garage (or Mancave)

for the golfer in my life.

In the Baby’s Room

A great gift for the new mother.

In the Craft Room

The bins are interlocking and stackable.

Great for little storage needs in the garage, craft room, nursery, kitchen, and even the kid’s room.

Wherever you need a little extra storage.

The nice thing about the interlocking single tilt bins* is that you can use just one or use

several.  You can also hang them on the wall or use them with a mounting bar*.

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Storing Guy Stuff with Style

Getting to the nuts and bolts of Guy Storage.

Just because it’s in the Garage doesn’t meant it can’t have a little style.

After watching every episode of Tidying Up and a few episodes of Hoarders,

I’ve got the urge to organize everything.

I’ve been going through the house bit by bit (not quite the Marie Kondo way).

It’s going to take some time.

There are so many storage options out there.

When it comes to organizing all the bits and pieces out in the garage,

I’m a fan of Deflecto’s Tilt Bin Storage.

For this project I decided to add a little personalization using StyletechCrafts polished metal

adhesive vinyl and Interlocking Tilt Bins* from Deflecto.

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For a little masculine style…

I measured and cut the black polished metal vinyl* to add to the top of the bins.

I did the same with silver polished metal vinyl* to the sides of the bins.

Using my Silhouette Cameo Wireless Cutting Machine* and a SVG cut file

I cut the frames, words and background.

Using Vinyl Transfer Tape* I applied the silver frames onto the black background.

(I created the black background by cutting a slightly bigger frame and using the inside.)

The bins are interlocking and stackable.

Great for little storage needs in the garage, craft room, nursery, kitchen and even the kid’s room.

Wherever you need a little extra storage.

The nice thing about the interlocking tilt bins* is that you can use just one or use several.

You can also hang them on the wall or use them with a mounting bar*.

Storing Guy Stuff with Style.

I love adding a little personalization to everyday items.

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You can now find the full line of StyletechCraft online at ATSM.


You can purchase the Deflecto Interlocking Tilt Bins* by themselves or as a set of four from Amazon*.  Use on table, mount direct to wall or hang using the Deflecto Mounting Bar* (sold separately).

a boy and his cars…

I have this sweet boy in my life that loves cars.

Hotwheels to be exact.  (he’s very brand loyal)

Whenever he walks in my house he puts out his hand to show me the car of the day.

“Grandma, I have a new car to show you, you’re going to love this”…

This one’s Split Vision.  He’s aerodynamic and he goes really fast.”

I imagine he’s going to be a Race Car Driver or something equally cool when he gets older.

This kid always has a car with him wherever he goes.

I watched him at his big brother’s Spring Concert roll his car along the bleachers,

checking to see if it would fit under the boot heel of the guy sitting next to me.

To him… everything’s a potential ramp or tunnel.

For my Deflecto Design Team project this month, I decided to “think like he does” and make

a Deflecto 12″ x 12″ Clear Craft Picture Frame* into a “super cool” ramp for my grandson.

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I gave the Deflecto Frame* a light sanding with an extra fine sanding block to help the paint

adhere better.  Then, I painted the frame with Rust-Oleum Chalkboard Black Spray Paint*.

I used my Silhouette Cameo* and Glitter Vinyl* from Tape Technologies to create

the words and stripes for “our” new ramp.

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And… because you always need more storage for your cars.

I made him a new car box using a Deflecto Stackable Cube Organizer*.

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Organizing… the Kids Craft Cabinet

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I have this awkward wall cabinet between my kitchen and dining room.

It opens fully on the dining  room side and only partially on the kitchen side.

Not completely functional, it doesn’t get used all that much.

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It’s been the dumping spot of misc. household and kid crafts for the past two decades.

My very active grandsons are always wanting to make something, do something.

I thought a more organized easily accessed spot would be a good idea.

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After a little sorting and purging, it’s nice and neat.

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Everything’s labeled.  It’s easy to find everything they’ll need.

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Here’s the products I used to organize my Kid’s Craft Cabinet from Deflecto Craft:

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Clever Storage Ideas

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I’m not one that’s easily impressed…

I’ve been told I’m a hard sell.

Let me tell you, these new storage containers from Deflecto has really impressed me.

So much that I made a quick 2 minute video to show the benefits and features.

Well thought out and versatile.  My new go to caddy to take to classes.

Ask for them at your local craft store.  Also available on Amazon*.

Deflecto Caddy Organizer, Three Compartments, White (29003CR)

Deflecto Stacking Organizer, 3″ x 3.89″ x 3″, 1 Compartment (20101CR)

 

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provided product in exchange for my creative ideas, views and opinions.”

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