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Frugal Tip: Pantry Organization

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Friday, July 13, 2012 | 0 comments
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Organizing the Pantry
GREAT ORGANIZING IDEA!

Hang a shoe bag on the back of your pantry door! So much more storage, especially for the little things that get buried or lost and forgotten.

It holds spice packets perfectly, as well as many other things - like pasta noodles or rice packets, dry soup packets, spices, etc.

And you could probably get one of those hanging shoe bags at the Dollar Store!
Who is going to try this tip??

From: joyfulhomemaking.com

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From our Facebook fan page:

Maria Hernandez posted: I recently got one to put my cooking utensils that are easily misplaced, such as: can opener, measuring cups, measuring spoons, potato peeler, etc.

Deanna Landers-Vealey posted: I found mini ones at the Dollar Tree with 6 Pockets. I have them on the back of every door except front door. Bathrooms you might find hand soaps, band-aides, toothbrushes and make up. I use mine to keep a 3 yr old out stuff! Works wonders.

Mikki Allen posted: I have had one in my pantry for a few years now, works GREAT!!

Jennifer Dias posted: Great idea. I use a similar show organizer on the door to store diapers

Shannon Jones DaSilva posted: I used a similar idea...I put my daughters barbies in the pouches!

Gina Light Losh posted: I have been doing this for years and it is great. The kids each have one in their rooms and you can put their favorite things in them. I have one for tools and craft items. One for winter items. I have one on nearly every door in my home! LOL

Penny Wilson Browning posted: I have one that I use in my kitchen that I got from TJMaxx, I've got every pocket full from seasoning packs to kool-aid. One of the best additions I ever added to my kitchen!!

Maria Hernandez posted: I recently got one to put my cooking utensils that are easily misplaced, such as: can opener, measuring cups, measuring spoons, potato peeler, etc.

Deanna Landers-Vealey posted: I found mini ones at the Dollar Tree with 6 Pockets. I have them on the back of every door except front door. Bathrooms you might find hand soaps, band-aides, toothbrushes and make up. I use mine to keep a 3 yr old out stuff! Works wonders.


Organize It All 56851-6 20 Pocket Over The Door Shoe Bag - Features: Three reinforced hooks; 20 durable pockets; Size 18X54Simply Genius Hanging Jewelry Organizer 72-Pocket, 2-Sided - Overall - Approx. 33.5 in. Long x 17 in. Wide; 2 Pocket Sizes - 2.75 in. x 4.25 in. & 5.25 in. x 4 in.

Shopping Suggestions:
Organize It All Over The Door Shoe Bag
Simply Genius Hanging Jewelry Organizer
ProMart Large Deluxe Over The Door Pantry Organizer
Consumer Solutions Spice Rack Storage/Organizer



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