It’s yet another rainy day here in North Carolina. I guess spring weather is rearing it’s head a little early. Our Cherry Blossoms are already starting to bloom! So exciting.
But for now, while we are cooped up inside, I am taking advantage of the weather by organizing some things around the house. One of them being my small kitchen pantry. We downsized our pantry quite a bit from our last home in Knoxville. But, I kind of like it better! We aren’t as tempted to buy more food to fill it up 😉
Since we are on a budget and I can’t afford the beautiful containers from the The Container Store, I opted for the next best solution: Dollar Tree. It isn’t the most beautiful organization you’ve ever seen, but hey, it does the job! I got everything I needed for under 15 bucks! You can’t beat that. To check out my small pantry organization on a budget, keep scrolling! Everything I used will be listed as links at the end of the post.
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I wrote on the labels with a Sharpie and the clear plastic bins are my old breast milk storage bins I used to keep in my freezer! I fill those up with bars and baby food pouches. Under the shelves we keep all of our bags we use for grocery shopping, recycling bins and cat food.
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If you’re interested in more organization ideas check out my changing table organization post. And be sure to subscribe below because I have a couple more organization posts that will be up this month!