Making This Home Ours: Labels + Pantry

An organized pantry always makes me smile. Knowing exactly what we have and being able to reach for a snack within my WW point range is always an added bonus. I found these amazing bright and beautiful bins at, wait for it, the Dollar Tree! I purchased them a few weeks ago and actually just went out to buy 31 a few more. They will be showing up through out the year as I continue to organize every room in the house! 

I got these adorable chalkboard and white board labels when Two Berry Creative did a Sassy Steals deal. If you have never visited Sassy Steals before, I recommend you do it IMMEDIATELY!

I had seen this shelf liner pattern on Two Twenty One and fell in love with it. Only trouble, I didn’t know the name of the pattern or where to find it. After searching on Amazon and Google for hours awhile, I FINALLY found it (The Macbeth Collection in Ava Pool). I was so excited and got the same pattern in yellow and pink. Your welcome 🙂

I used Bistro Chalk Markers for the chalk board labels. Hopefully now people won’t confuse my home made dishwasher pods with sugar 🙂

And a white board marker for the white board labels. Staples has some pretty neat colors!

Then it was time to transform the shelves. Using my new fabulous shelf liner, I cut strips to fit the shelves using my Fiskars Utility Knife and a cutting mat.

My husband was getting annoyed with where our foil and plastic wrap was in the pantry. I didn’t have a better place for it so I needed to come up with something cheap and convenient. I have been saving food boxes for about a month for various projects around the house. The Enfamil boxes are super sturdy and a perfect height for them. I used the shelf liner and white board labels to dress them up a little bit.

Last but not least, I decided to go use the tabs to the Enfamil boxes and make some additional labels. They worked about great and were free which is a win win in my book!

Thanks for tagging along and checking out how I transformed our pantry with only about $16! 

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