Workspace Wednesday | Tiered Storage For Distress Spray Stains & Oxide Sprays and More

I'm back with another Workspace Wednesday and this week I wanted to share some new tools and storage products from that have found a home in my craft room. The ones I'm sharing here are already making big improvements in my creative making flow and that's why I wanted to share them with you! 5 Level Tiered Stadium Organizer with Tim Holtz Distress Spray Stains and Distress Oxide Sprays

I have a new YouTube Video that shares all about these new tool and storage ideas. You can watch it below or head over to my YouTube channel.


First off are these new Stack and Sort trays. They come in a frost color and 2 to a package. I'm personally hoping they will come out with them in white as well so they match the other storage pieces I currently have. They are 6 x 4.5 inches in size and 0.75" tall and they stack. I'm using them to hold die cuts and ephemera and to help keep them organized on my desk. Stack-N-Sort Trays for storing die cuts and ephemera

I've been using the lids from the Storage Bins to do this and they are pretty much the same thing, just much larger. And what is super awesome is they all stack together! So that gives you so more options for how to use them. As for the actual Storage Bin, I've been using them to store my Distress Spray Stain and Oxide Sprays. But...I may have a new storage option for these, as you'll soon see! Storage Bins for storing Tim Holtz Distress Spray Stains and Distress Oxide Sprays


Another thing is their new Multi-purpose Tool Tray. Which they are showing on the packaging with their new blending brushes. It's pretty substantial and has a nice weight to it. Besides the brushes you could also use it to hold scissors, tweezers, and other craft tools. Multi-purpose Tool Tray in Ikea Raskog Cart

I've got mine in my Raskog cart next to my Heat Tools & Accessories Organizer. Multi-purpose Tool Tray in Ikea Raskog Cart Multi-purpose Tool Tray in Ikea Raskog Cart

BLENDING BRUSHES is now offering blending brushes that come in a variety of sizes. While these aren't anything new, these are branded and the light grey color is a great neutral if you don't care for the black or rainbow colored ones that are available. They come in a variety of sizes that would suit any type of use you can think of. Blending Brushes with Stencil

They come in Large, Medium, Small and a pack of Detail Brushes. The brush heads range in size from 1.5 x 2 inches for the Large all the way down to 3/8 of an inch for the round detail brush. Blending Brushes with Stencil

I'm reaching for brushes more and more, instead of the foam blending tools because they making blending a lot easier and smoother. I especially love using them for stencil work as they get into all the nooks and crannies on stencils and really create a nice crisp image.


Last, but not least is their 5 Level Tiered Stadium Organizer and I'm pretty excited about this one! At first I thought it could only be used for storing small bottles such as Pops of Color, Nuvo Drops, Reinkers, etc. So imagine my surprise when I realized it could hold Distress Spray Stains and Oxide Sprays! If you're wondering about whether or not it will hold a certain product, make sure to check out the website for a full list of all the different products it will hold. 5 Level Tiered Stadium Organizer with Tim Holtz Distress Spray Stains and Distress Oxide Sprays

The organizer comes in pieces and there is some assembly required, but it has great instructions and if you follow them you will find it comes together with a little elbow grease and patience. In my video, I share that I originally didn't intend to film putting it together, but then decided to just to see how long it took me. It ended up taking me about 13 minutes to put it together. Which isn't too bad, but I will say trying to hold onto those little screws was a challenge. The biggest thing I can recommend is to read the instructions and follow them because they definitely made all the difference in getting this assembled properly. In the video I share some of my biggest takeaways that you might find helpful when you go to assemble yours.

Once assembled the organizer is 12.25 inches wide, 7.75 inches deep. It's 1.125 inches tall in the front, 5.75" tall at the back and each row is just under 1.5" wide.

Of course, the first thing I had to try after I got it assembled was to see if my Distress Spray Stains and Oxide Sprays fit. And they do! Each organizer will hold 40 of these bottles, so if you have the entire collection, you're going to need several of these to hold them all. I'm still working out where to put them. As I mentioned, mine are currently in Storage Bins which I keep in my Ikea Dresser, but I'd like to use them more and I think if they are out where I can get to them easier, I'll be more likely to do that. 5 Level Tiered Stadium Organizer with Tim Holtz Distress Spray Stains and Distress Oxide Sprays

Thanks for stopping by to check out my latest Workspace Wednesday installment. I hope you enjoyed learning about these new tools and storage products from


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