PILES of stacked snack containers tend to get thrown out of place inside the pantry. Dollar Tree makes organizing this space easy, and superfan
PILES of stacked snack containers tend to get thrown out of place inside the pantry.
Dollar Tree makes organizing this space easy, and superfan Kathryn says these six items will do the trick.
Kathryn runs the YouTube channel “Do It On A Dime.”
In one video, she covers all the $1.25 items you need from Dollar Tree to get your pantry in order.
She also includes the different ways you can use each to make things clean, tidy, and accessible.
“These Dollar Tree tricks will blow your mind,” she says.
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Getting rid of product packaging and bags is the first step.
Kathryn recommends getting a few Sure Fresh Professional Oval Dry-Food Containers with Lids to put the snacks in.
These containers come in a variety of sizes.
When getting rid of beverage boxes, Kathryn says you should try this trick.
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“Open your box on both ends to push out your cans. This is a really easy way to organize your pantry and fast,” she reveals.
Next, get a planter trolley and zip tie it to a White Stacking Plastic Laundry Basket.
This DIY is the perfect movable storage container for the bottom of the pantry.
Dollar Tree Plus also sells large container baskets that you can use for storage at the bottom.
Zip tying a trolley to the laundry basket creates storage for the bottom of the pantry[/caption]
Kathryn also suggests getting a can organizer or an item similar to the Essentials White Wire Step Storage Racks, and zip tying it to a wire shelf in your pantry.
Finally, you can take the Plastic Locker Bins with Handles and secure them in drawers using poster tack.
“If you can’t see it, you won’t eat it. So make it easy for yourself,” she says.
Kathryn’s tricks were a hit among viewers.
“Ok I love the idea of zip tying the baskets to the plant rollers! Brilliant,” one woman wrote.
Another DIY fan commented: “I love how you zip tied the organizer to wire shelving! I HATE that shelving, but as a renter, I’m stuck with it. I’m stealing this idea this weekend! Thank youuuu!”