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All the boring old junk you've got lying around the house secretly yearns to be where the food is.
You can cover the labels with cute paper and put label stickers on the bottoms. Get the instructions here.
Here's how to set it up.
Here's how (it's easy). Basically, you have zero excuses to let your stupid pan lids tyrannize your cupboard.
Never again will you spend five minutes suspiciously sniffing something because you can't remember if you put it in the fridge three days ago or three weeks ago.
Never be caught without your emergency red pepper flakes again.
PINTEREST'D. Here's how.
Here's how to do it.
Handy for heavy or awkwardly shaped stuff that doesn't stack well.
You'll be a little happier every time you reach for a spoon.
Maybe not the minty kind, though.
Try it with baking soda, sugar, or salt — just make sure you label the outside so you know what's in it. Why should baking powder have all the fun?
Put a shorter piece of tape (adhesive side in) under the long piece so just the ends that attach to the jar are sticky.
If you don't watch out, those things will start procreating and foment a hostile takeover of your under-the-sink cabinet.
Not that most of us are going through vast numbers of CD's these days.
These work great as a kind of card catalog for stuff frozen in ziplock bags.
You can paint the outsides or cover them with pretty adhesive paper.
Great for when you're renting a place with a kitchen but don't want to have to go out and spend tons of money grocery shopping for stuff you'll only use a little of.
One-way ticket to FLAVOR TOWN.
Sure, it looks like a total mess, but it's RAD. More hair dryer cooking ideas here.
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