Getting your kitchen organized doesn’t have to cost a lot, with this Thrift Store Kitchen Organization using your Cricut Joy.
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It has taken me a long time to come around to certain organization ideas. Like taking items out of the packaging and storing them in different containers. To my surprise, it actually does save you space! And looks so much better too!
Although I am now a fan of this idea, I don’t want to spend a ton of money finding containers for my kitchen. That is why I love this thrift store kitchen organization idea. I found some great containers at my local thrift store to hold some of my baking supplies and used my Cricut Joy to make labels.
To make these kitchen organization baking jars, you will need to search your local thrift stores for some great containers. Grab the rest of your supplies, including the project file for 10 most common baking supply labels.
How to Make Thrift Store Kitchen Organization Labels
Once you download the Baking Labels, click customize so you can choose which of the 10 baking ingredients you want labels for. Turn off any of the labels you don’t need and then size them to fit your containers.
These labels are designed to both use the writing and cutting feature of the Cricut Joy. Once you have your labels ready to go, make sure you have the Cricut Joy as the machine you’ll be using and click make it.
If you are using the smart labels, you will not need to use a mat with the Cricut Joy. Follow the instructions on the computer, loading the pen into the clamp first and load the machine with your smart labels. Don’t forget you have to click go on the computer.
Once the pen is done with the writing part of the labels, switch it out for the blade and finish the cutting of the labels. The computer will let you know when to switch out the pen for the blade. Once it’s done cutting, click unload and your labels will be ready to go!
The last steps are the best! Add your labels to your jars or containers.
And then fill your jars with your baking ingredients! I’m not sure how long these chocolate chips are going to last on my counter. The kids have already been circling. 🙂
Creating these labels with the Cricut Joy was so easy! What kinds of labels would you add to your kitchen to make it more organized?
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