Organising our pantry has been on my “to do” list for EVER!! So to start the process I decided to start with all of the dry goods like flour, sugar, spaghetti etc. Because all of these items were stored in big coffee jars it really didn’t leave a lot of space. So after a quick trip to Ikea and grabbing some smaller jars let the organising begin! Sharing how to Organise your Pantry with Farmhouse Pantry Labels.
How to Organise your Pantry with Farmhouse Pantry Labels
- Farmhouse Pantry Labels
- Ikea Korken Jar – H 16.5 cm x D 12 cm – These are the medium size and I used these for all of the smaller dry goods.
- Ikea Korken Jars – H 21.5 cm x D 12.5 cm – These are the larger size and I used these for all of the dry goods that I use regularly, like Plain Flour Self Raising Flour etc.
- Old Store Card – This is used to get all of the air bubbles out of the labels when transferring.
Step 1 – Wash and let your jars air dry. Using 2 stabilisers rest the jars in between to stop them from rolling. Rolled up tea towels also work a treat.
Step 2 – Grap your Farmhouse Pantry Labels and peel off the white backing.
Step 3– Line up your label so that it is centred on the jar front. Slightly bending the label adhere the centre and then let on side drop using your now free hand to smooth out that one side. Then drop the other side and repeat.
Step 4 – Using an old store card burnish the label to ensure all air bubbles are removed.
Step 5 – Carefully remove the transfer paper. If the vinyl starts to lift press the transfer paper back onto the glass and burnish again.
There you have a nice easy way to organise your pantry and give it a nice new farmhouse look!
So now to go and pop them into your organised pantry.
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