Organizing My Pantry

>> Tuesday, September 1

A Tipnut.com article on organizing the pantry inspired me to re-look at my pantry and share how I organized it. Read tipnut's article here.


My pantry:
In our previous homes, we have had large walk in pantries but in this house, we have a smaller closet type pantry with louvre doors. I have to be very organized to make everything fit!

Long rectangular ziplock containers keep cookies, crackers and chips fresh. Easy for my kids to reach for a snack.
My baking supplies are kept neat and organized in very cheap containers:
a vintage red Tupperware bin for 0.25 cents at the flea market
2 vintage style lidded glass canisters, also from the flea market for 0.10 cents each

A small radio/CD player in the pantry, on clearance at Target for $10.00. We can listen to music and educational CD's. There is a multiplication table CD in there, given to me by a friend.
I keep emergency Maalox in the pantry!

I keep a small box of repair supplies like a screw driver set, hammers and nails, ruler and level for quick repairs.
I also keep a small box of wires and plugs. With 4 people in the house, our collection of wires and plugs and cords have grown! I started attaching a label to each one. For example: Palm Pilot cord, gameboy cord, extra cell phone cord, extra iPod ear phones, etc.


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