Oooo... my poor pantry. For the last 5 years it has been a catch all, food storage, extra appliance storage, sometimes medicine cabinet, and the door that is ALWAYS shut in my house. Sad because it could be such a cute little area.
This week I decided to clean out my pantry. I love having a pantry in a small kitchen but the metal shelves do not help anything!
I started off by pulling EVERYTHING out of the pantry, tossing dated food, boxing up food that can be donated, pulling appliances out that we never use, washed all the shelves, door and floor.
I started putting items back in and I realized how much I dislike the wire shelving. Seriously home builders! Spend the extra $10 for wood please!!!!
After thinking about how I could add something stable to the shelves I had a bight idea!
I could make temporary shelf covers with cardboard, decorative and decorative contact paper.
1. Using ribbon. Cut cardboard to size
2. Cut contact paper to size. Leave an inch on all sides to fold over
3. Peel 1st quarter of contact paper back
4. Lay cardboard on 1st quarter of paper and GENTLY peel the remaining 3/4.
5. Tuck edges under
All of the supplies that I needed to organize my pantry I had but if you were to go out and buy the supplies here is what you would need:
Dollar Tree: Cardboard Sheets (I needed 3), Contact Paper (I needed 3 rolls)
Supplies at home: Ribbon for measuring and sharp scissors.