DIY Canned Food Organizers

With a family of 7 to feed, my canned food stash was going a bit crazy. I designed and built wood organizers that rotate the oldest dates out first. I also built 2 different sizes. This one will hold up to 12 cans... Woohoo! The others will hold up to 7 and are stackable. This is the best thing to happen to my pantry in a long time! Plus... They cost under $5 a piece to build! You can see the full set of easy plans with lots of photos and tips at http://www.shanty-2-chic.com/2012/10/pantry-ideas-diy-canned-food-storage.html

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  • Leo27047990 Leo27047990 on Jul 14, 2017
    Why have the subscriptions by email been deactivated?

  • Ivory Ivory on Aug 16, 2017
    I am so in love with this, however, in our pantry we only have dry goods in there. All of our can goods are in a small closet turn pantry, In our basement. My hubby installed shelves in there which works wonderful. Do you have ideas for dry goods in kitchen pantry

  • Mike Ramsey Mike Ramsey on Nov 15, 2019

    Is there a way to down your plans and photo that doesn't include a mass of web porn or having to do screen captures? Thank you,


    Mike


    Great plans to help new woodworkers learned the craft!!

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  • Caryl Caryl on Nov 10, 2019
    I love this!!! So inspiring for me to do in my laundry room / pantry. I do not have space in my kitchen for a pantry. Love, love, love this. Thank you!!

  • Maria Maria on Jan 05, 2020

    Shoul not have this many canned foods in the house.

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    • Wendy Wendy on Aug 12, 2020

      I keep my pantry stocked for cooking and baking. I’m not running to a grocery store every time I want to make a meal or bake. What a waste of time. I also do canning. Why not get things on hand when they are on sale. Evidently you love to go to the stores on a regular basis and pay full price. I agree with Mary.

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