Keeping my pantry organized when I’m doing holiday cooking and baking is nearly impossible. But this year I hit January with the pantry in tact. The reason? I think it was the two small pantry organizing projects I did in early December.
Remember the little pantry we put in after we moved to Stone House Lane? (HERE) After using the pantry a few months I thought it needed a couple of things.
First: Jar labels!
The best place I know to grab jar labels is over at The House of Smiths Designs!
There are loads of labels to choose from but I went with Chalk Labels because I wanted to add my own words! You know …like Gluten Free Flour or Dark Brown Sugar or Gluten Free Oats!
The labels are reasonably priced and I’m so happy with mine!
I ordered a white chalk board pen from Amazon to write on the labels!
Before we move on…Have you visited The House of Smith’s Designs ? If not, you have to! There are vinyls galore!
I’m thinking about getting this Laundry Room vinyl and make a little sign!
But now, back to the pantry…
My second issue was shelf paper!
I found this pretty shelf paper (soft gray toile) at the dollar store!
Love my labels…
And my budget friendly shelf paper 🙂
This was the easiest project and made me want to keep everything in order in the pantry during December. I think this is the first January that I haven’t had to take everything out of the pantry do a deep cleaning! How did your pantry, cabinets/cupboards hold up during the holidays?
Have a delightful day my friends…