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Pantry Organizing Ideas and Free Printable/ Snippets of Design

Pantry Organizing Ideas Including Free Printable Tags/ Snippets of Design

One of my own personal New Years Resolutions is to organize & re-decorate my home.

I LOVE my home & it’s character but we have been here for 9 years

& although I redecorated when we moved in {& many times since},

I will be honest…I have gotten kind of lax.

 

 

I have already bought most of the fabrics & many of the supplies to redo the majority of my home , I just need to put it into action…

so I decided to start with my pantry.

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Pantry Re-do Before & After/ Snippets of Design

As you can see, I organized it {sort of} before…with tags & what-knots

but that was BEFORE I started Snippets & it was time for a MUCH NEEDED re-do.

Plus, the poor thing needed paint…

 Pantry Before/ Snippets of Design

My pantry had obviously been through a lot and needed a good face lift.

I painted the the shelves & side walls with Glidden® High Endurance Plus Paint+Primer in eggshell/satin Antique White

and the back wall in Spring Green to match my upcoming kitchen re-do {here}.

For Straight Paint Edges, Use a Razor Blade to Remove the Tape/ Snippets of Design

Painting Hint: How to Obtain Straight Paint Edges

  • Make sure that the seal between the wall and the tape is COMPLETELY sealed on the painting side.
  • Always use less paint, more layers.
  • Never paint “into” the tape.  Paint “away from”.
  • Use a razor blade to remove the painter’s tape.

Pantry Organizing & Free Printables/ Snippets of Design

After I painted, I assessed what I had, what I wanted to re-use, & what I wanted to change…

I decided that I wanted new labels.

Some that weren’t as “floofy” & some that I could offer to everyone for free on Snippets which meant,

I needed to design them from scratch. ;)

This is what I came up with…

Pantry Organizing & Free Printables/ Snippets of Design

I believed that they created a modern, “cottagy”, country store feel.

Which is EXACTLY what I am going for in my new kitchen.

 

 

I used some baskets that I bought from Walmart® & some organizing tools that I already had.

Pantry Organizing & Free Printable Labels/ Snippets of Design

Pantry Organizing Ideas & Free Printable/ Snippets of Design

Pantry Organizing Ideas & Free Printable Tags/ Snippets of Design

I even had the matching  jars from IKEA already…yeah!

Pantry Organizing & Free Printable Labels/ Snippets of Design

I had saved  jars and decanters for a wedding so I was kind of excited

when I realized I now had some fun vessels for oils, vinegar, & vanilla.

Pantry Organizing & Free Printables/ Snippets of Design

I was also very excited when I realized I already had the perfect spice cabinet for the job

if I just tweaked it a tad…

You can find the tutorial, free printable labels, & story behind my spice cabinet here. ;)

Pantry Organizing Ideas & Free Printable labels/ Snippets of Design

Pantry Organizing Ideas & Free Printable labels/ Snippets of Design

I also wanted to keep my favorite stool.

I have had it for probably close to 18 years & it has been repainted a few times already

but I love it & the truth is, I need it…

I am only 5′ 2″.

So I repainted it once again…here is the tutorial for the stool. ;)

Pantry Organizing Ideas & Free Printable labels/ Snippets of Design

Pantry Organizing Ideas & Free Printable labels/ Snippets of Design

It says “It’s never too late to take a big step”.

Pantry Organizing Ideas & Free Printable labels/ Snippets of Design

Here is My Supply List:

  1. Canisters & JarsWalmart®
  2. BasketsWalmart®
  3. BasketsWalmart®
  4. BasketsMichaels®
  5. Step Stool-unfinished, Michaels®
  6. Jars & BasketsIKEA®
  7. DecantersEbay®
  8. Spice Rack & JarsTarget® & Amazon®
  9. Organizing SuppliesIKEA®

 

I printed the tags & labels on inexpensive, white cardstock from Walmart.  It costs around $5 for a large package.

I used a black thread from the yarn department at Walmart & my Create-a-Sticker to attach the tags.

I also used gunmetal i-lets from the scrapbook section on my hanging tags.

 

 

Here are the  PDF  Tags & Labels for download:

{You will need the latest version of Adobe Reader.  You can download that here.}

Vintage Trash Label

Vintage Flour & Sugar Labels

Vintage Labels 3

Vintage Labels 4

Vintage Oval Labels 5

Vintage Round Labels6

Vintage Labels 7

Vintage Labels 8

 

If you would prefer to have the .jpg versions, you can download them in a compressed .zip here:

Vintage Pantry Labels in .jpg

I used Rockwell Condensed Font.

 

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask….

Once again, here are the links to the the spice cabinet, the stool, & my kitchen redo.

have a wonderful day sweet friends!

xo,

Amber Signature | Snippets of Design

 

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