A Neat Way to Organize Your Fridge

Shawna Bailey
by Shawna Bailey
3 Materials
15 Minutes
I don't think I'll ever stop looking for fridge organization ideas. I seem to always need them, especially when it comes to condiments. As I've mentioned before, I have a bunch of condiments that I keep in my fridge, but they take up a lot of space. I'm not sure if the best thing about this project is that I'm upcycling something that would normally get thrown away, or that I'm making something that so effortlessly goes from the fridge to the table.
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Step 1: Gather Your Materials I used an empty six pack, stick on letters, and a can of spray paint .
As you can see I'm really into condiments... and they're a mess!
I grabbed a bunch of friends, and we finished off this six pack of beer. Step 2: Add Letters
I decided to write the word "condiments" down both sides of my condiment organizer. I thought about decorating it for the holidays or writing a cute saying, but I like the simplicity of just putting the word "condiments" on it. You can write whatever you want, especially since these stickers come with tons of letters. Step 3: Spray Paint
Then I just did one quick coat of spray paint, and peeled off my letters to reveal my design. Remember to peel off the letters before the spray paint dries. I really like the two colors that ended up peeking through.
Look how neat it keeps everything.
And how nice it looks on the table. I think I am going to make some in other colors for the holidays.
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  • Joyce Joyce on Jun 24, 2017
    I must have missed how you got the black lettering on the container. I understand the white, but not the black. Stick on letters?

  • Bonita Skopp Bonita Skopp on Aug 28, 2017
    Being that a fridge tends to build up humidity. Wouldn't the cardboard containers get soggy?

  • Elena Gomez Elena Gomez on Oct 23, 2017
    Does the holder get soggy with moisture from the Fridge

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