Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Jazz up your Deflecto storage!

Hello, Marilyn here today! The Interlocking Single Tilt Bins are one of my favorite storage products. I have used them as a single storage bin or assembled as a unit. I have decorated some of them with paint and craft supplies. I added some acrylic knobs for my latest project. I love the way they look, and knobs are easy to find these days!
If you decide to add some knobs to your storage you will need a few things to start:

1. Drill with a drill bit to match the size of the screw on your acrylic knob
2. Nut and washers to tighten the knob to the bin
3. Screwdriver to tighten the screw
4. A thick book or magazine (I used an old phone book) to drill on
5. Permanent marker to mark drill spot
Hope you got some inspiration here today. Make sure you have your plan well mapped out before getting started. You want to take good care of your storage bins!

Make sure to take time to enjoy the small blessings along the way and,

Live Life with a Flourish!


Friday, March 24, 2017

Pretty Spring Decor Frame

Hi, everyone! It's Anita from The Flamingo Chronicals today to share a project with you. Springtime in Texas makes my thoughts turn to flowers and butterflies. I created this fun frame to go with my spring decor, and I have to say it is pretty versatile! I used the 4X6 Green Craft Frame from Deflecto for this project.


I added some fun dots around the outside edge using a Testors Acrylic Paint Marker - the let the frame sit overnight to dry. I found out the hard way that it takes the paint a while to dry on this surface :)


For my center section, I wanted to use a Sign Tag, but it wasn't quite large enough to cover the opening in the center of the frame. I made a double mat using cardstock, stamping the smaller layer using StazOn ink and a smaller Dyan Reaveley stamp.


The Sign Tags are a beautiful mat surface which makes them perfect for using rub ons. This is one from an older set, and I don't even remember what brand it is. Yes, I am a hoarder! For the leaves, I used a McGill punch I have had literally for years. It was one of the very first punches I bought back when I started scrapbooking!


I used lots of Prima Flowers, some buttons and embellishments, and pearls in the corners to dress the frame up. I have found that a hot glue gun works very well to adhere these on to the front of the frames.


Yes, these flowers from Prima are forever old too. Did I mention that I am a hoarder? I love these huge blooms, and I am sad that I have very few left. 


Thank you for visiting and happy crafting!

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

How To Use Deflecto's Interlocking Single Tilt Bin

Hello everyone!! Kymona from Kreative Kymona, here again, to show you how to use Deflecto's Interlocking Single Tilt Bin for additional storage!!

I work in a pretty tight space, and things can get lost really fast!! So, I need my go-to crafty supplies to be in one place. 



I used it to keep all of my adhesives in one place.  The clear bin allows you to see right inside, so you know exactly what you have at a quick glance. 

Here are some advantages of the Interlocking Single Tilt Bin - 4 Pack:

1. The Interlocking System - vertically or horizontally


The bins are built with grooves so that they slide into a lock position on top and on the side.


2. The Clear Bin

Your able to see right into the bin so that you can see everything inside.


3. The Wide Opening


All of the bins open nice and wide. You can see everything in the bin at one glance. They stay open when in use. 


Even with everything that's in the bin already, there is still room for more adhesives.

4. The bins can separate from the base.


Just squeeze the bin and lift it off of the track.


Super convenient to clean and refill.

5. Mount on a wall or hang on a mounting bar.


Each bin can be mounted directly on a wall or hang on a mounting bar. 

6. This storage system goes with other storage bins.


I've paired the Interlocking Single Tilt Bin with a Deflecto Stackable Cube Organizer! I store my cutting tools right next to my adhesives.  They just seem to go together.  

Sooooo, tell me what you think? Are you still looking for a way to store and organize your go-to crafty supplies? I hope I was able to help you make up your mind.

Please let me know what you think below. If you have any questions, please leave them below as well. 

Thanks for stopping by, I hope you were inspired here today.


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Friday, March 17, 2017

MAGNETIC DIE CUT KEEPER FRAME

Hello, everyone! Martha Lucia here today from Stampartpapel with a very practical and creative idea using our 4" x 6" Green Border Craft Frame to keep your die cuts safe when you are working on a special project. 
Take a look at my creative solution:


I love frames and photos but to be honest, sometimes I feel that I need to make my frames more special or practical. When I saw the Deflecto Craft Frame Green, I immediately thought that this was the perfect opportunity because it has a great size, 4"x6".  With a few elements, this can go from a simple frame to a very useful tool in my creative journey.

The first thing I did was adhere a piece of Deflecto Magnetic Craft Sheet of 4"x6" to cover the space of the photo. If you want you can cut the piece bigger because the Deflecto Magnetic Craft Sheets gives us this possibility, it's size is 8"x15", but I wanted to keep the green border. Then using my Cricut and Rainbow ducktape, I cut a pineapple to I paste over the magnet.


That's it! Now I just need to have my Magnetic Die Keeper Frame near when I am working on my cards or die cut projects to hold my die cuts. This keeps all the die cut pieces safe while I'm working, decorates my work space and is also versatile because I can change the position according to the space I have in my desk.


Let me know what do you think about this idea and if you have any question, please also leave me a comment as well.

Thank you for stopping by, and I hope you were inspired here today!

See you soon!!

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