Wednesday, December 9, 2015

See You at CHA: for the love of it

As a Deflecto USA Ambassador Design Team member I have the pleasure of showing off a few fun and functional craft storage options. Deflecto is FULL of ideas for storage that flexes from office to craft studio. You won’t want to miss the fun at our booth, come by booth #2475 at the CHA Mega Show to take the Caddy Challenge!
On to today’s treasures…

As a sewing teacher I am always looking for functional storage that allows easy access for my students, ages 7 to um well grown up ages. No matter the age they need quick access to seam rippers and other handy tools. Loading these tilt bins with nippers and seam rippers allows for quick access and easy clean up. Here are some of the stats on the fab bins.

Craft Tilt Bin
4 Bin
Item Number: 20403CR

Product Description:
Interlocking Tilt Bin™ - 4 Bin
23 5/8"W x 8 1/8"H x 6 5/8"D

Color:  White

  • Mix and match to create your ideal storage system
  • Interlocking, dovetail design allows you to stack and connect units together to form a custom modular system
  • Clear bins tilt out effortlessly and stay open while in use; remove easily for cleaning and refilling
  • Great for craft and scrapbooking storage, sewing supplies, and more. 
  • Can be wall mounted or used on tabletop

This new Tilt Bin is a single size interlocking bin. When linked up with other pieces you can create the perfect custom storage system to fit any of your crafting storage needs.
Not all of the items you need to store look nice through a clear bin so I created a bin liner with a cinch top. Makes for a quick pull out to use the items inside as well as adding my personal style and flair to the bins.

Thanks for stopping by. Don’t forget to go visit all the other CHA members participating in this great hop & enter to win the $500+!  I will see you at CHA!

This is a sponsored post. As a member of the Deflecto Design Team I have been provided product in exchange for my creative ideas, views and opinions


  1. This type of storage is not just for sewing !!!! I can see you could use it for a lot of different things . . .

    1. Hi Annie,
      I absolutely agree! Tilt bins are not ideal for most of my sewing needs although they do work well for storing large quantities of tools, but not everyone need a bin of nippers or measuring tapes. ;)
      thanks for your comment.

  2. Yep! I am going to need to add these to my craft room!! Maybe 5 or 10 sets please!!

  3. Thanks for being part of the See You at CHA Blog Hop!

  4. SUch a fun hop! Cute storage! Adhesive is my go to - liquid, runners, dots. Can't craft without it!

  5. I am a huge fan of Deflecto. Their products are awesome.

  6. Jennifer, the new tilt bin will fulfill a lot of my needs. I so agree with you about needing access to one's seam ripper. I have to admit I am often searching for mine! Thanks for being part of the blog hop - it has been wonderful.

  7. Very cool storage. The craft tool I cannot live without is my Fiskars Fingertip Craft knife.

  8. Definitely could use some of this storage units in my future craft room, I can't wait!!

  9. I am a storage eater. I am always on the look out for better storage with high visiability. Love this!

  10. those bins are cool! love stuff that I can stack and still have access to lower boxes!

  11. I'm always looking out for new storage ideas.
    Stamps ( and inks) are my cant live without craft supply

  12. Now THIS is genius!
    My fav. tool for paper crafting is my paper trimmer.

  13. Such a well thought out idea for storage!

  14. PRETTY and PRACTICAL storage - LOVE IT - THANK YOU for sharing!!!
    Hope you have heaps of FUN at CHA :)
    PS - I can't live without my self healing craft mat, it is part of every project I create. I use the cutting side to cut, the grid on the cutting side to align and the reverse side for when I am adhering layers together AND as a sturdy base for my Big Shot when I'm die cutting and embossing too => YES, it is an AWESOME tool!!!

  15. First our grandmothers used the large wooden ones for storing flour and sugar, and here we are today still utilizing the design for crafting. Nice to see you are keeping it "all in the family"!

    My favorite craft tool is sheet protectors to hold the printed instructions and the templates needed for the projects (even envelopes for storing the little bits of templates).