Friday, May 20, 2011

Friday Kitchen Love



Chalkboard contact paper purchased from Amazon. Pretty neat, eh? I love how this little project turned out for my dry goods storage. And when I need to change out the contents of a jar, relabeling is a cinch.


How do you organize your dry goods?

Simple Mama


PS - for those of you wondering where I get my bottles
And a link to the chalkboard paper.

8 comments:

  1. What a fantastic idea! The labeling and then changing the contents is always such an issue here.

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  2. I love it that chalkboard contact paper, but never thought to use it as cleverly as you. I love glass jars for dried goods. Can never have enough since I also use them to store toys, yarn, pretty much everything. But, finding them in bulk & cheap enough for me is tough. I always look at thrift stores, but rarely find any with lids. Would you share the source of yours?

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  3. I love your blog! So many cute and creative ideas. It's going in my favorites folder. Your shop is cute as well!

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  4. chalkboard contact paper! awesome! I didn't know it existed and tried to do the same thing w/ chalkboard paint and it the edges were crappy. So glad to know about the paper. I use painters tape and just scribble on it now. Not pretty, but functional.

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  5. Great meeting you through the Etsy Blog Team!

    I am your newest blog follower. :)
    Looking forward to seeing your upcoming posts!

    I welcome you to check out my art blog, too!
    Best,
    Mary C. Nasser
    http://www.marycnasser.com/blog.html

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  6. How does the chalkboard paper hold up if you need to wash or rinse the jars? Such a fabulous idea!

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  7. I haven't tried washing them with the chalkboard paper yet. I've found I can unpeel it and then reapply after I've washed the jar. It still sticks.

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