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Simple Organizing: Coffee Creamer Containers

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Here's a trick to organizing that's as simple as it gets. Don't throw away those coffee creamer containers! They make GREAT pantry storage containers.
  • brilliant way to reuse your coffee mate containers, organizing, repurposing upcycling, storage ideas
Those awesome Coffee Creamers come in such great reusable containers. Love those great flip-up-ready-to-pour tops!
  • brilliant way to reuse your coffee mate containers, organizing, repurposing upcycling, storage ideas
Empty creamer container...
  • brilliant way to reuse your coffee mate containers, organizing, repurposing upcycling, storage ideas
Easy to cut the label off...
  • brilliant way to reuse your coffee mate containers, organizing, repurposing upcycling, storage ideas
No sticky mess, just cut & peel off. And then wash & thoroughly dry container before filling...
  • brilliant way to reuse your coffee mate containers, organizing, repurposing upcycling, storage ideas
Perfect to store pantry items that can pour out the top easily- nuts, chocolate chips, m&ms, popcorn kernels, sprinkles, flour, sugar.. the list goes on & on. It even keeps the food fresher. Another great idea: Pancake Mix measured & ready to use- just needs to add water, shake & pour.
  • brilliant way to reuse your coffee mate containers, organizing, repurposing upcycling, storage ideas
You can decorate the containers, use them for salad bar, dessert tables, ice cream sundae stations. So many ideas!
Come on over to our original Pantry Organizing with Coffee Creamer Containers!
Plus many other super easy FrugElegant Up Cycled Projects

To see more: http://www.frugelegance.com/simply-organizing-coffee-creamer-containers/

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  • Rr

    Yes

  • Amy Deming
    Amy Deming Des Moines, IA

    I reuse my vitamin/supplement bottles with flip-lids to store small stuff. The dark ones work great for dried home-grown herbs (ground or chopped) as the dark color keeps out the light. The clear ones are great for beads, thumb tacks, paper-clips,

  • Bjholloway

    Now, this is a good project.

  • Jacqueline Scharton
    Jacqueline Scharton Oceanside, CA

    I will try this😁

  • Dbraddock

    I re-use the parmesean cheese containers for similar items. Great for Choc chips, mini M & M's, chopped nuts, etc. Can be sprinkled right out of the container holes.

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