Itching to organize your baking supplies better this year? There are many clever ways to go about it. You can make some items that can help you keep your baking tins and pans in order. You can also recycle a thrift find for a nice baking supplies storage. For inspiration, we have here 9 crafty and fun ways to organize baking supplies. Hope they prove useful!
Table of contents:
- pan divider
- clear labels
- chalkboard labels
- spice sprinkles
- cupcake liner storage
- magazine holder pan rack
- conversion chart door
- peg board cookie cutters
1 Pan Divider
One way to organize baking supplies inside your cupboards is to use these handy dividers. If you can't find wire racks like these, tension rods are great alternatives.
2 Clear Labels
How lovely are these jars? I am liking the embroidery look of the labels. You can print the labels yourself using any free font. Print onto decal or transparent sticker sheets so that you will get the same clear look as the ones in the photo. To prevent the ink from smearing, you may coat one thin layer of hair spray before affixing to the jars.
3 Chalkboard Labels
One alternative to the clear label idea is chalkboard. This is great if you don't think you'll be using sugar or flour for a certain canister forever. Since chalk can be erased, you can write new labels according to what ingredient you place inside the canisters or jars.
4 Spice Sprinkles
Spice jars are great not only for spices but for baking supplies, too. Keeping sprinkles in the packaging they came in can lead to a very disorganized kitchen. Especially if you get different brands that come in different boxes or plastic packaging. So get yourself a few sets of spice jars or bottles that match, transfer the sprinkles, display in a spice rack or a special cupboard, and you got yourself a very organized sprinkling station.
The back of cupboard doors are hardly ever utilized when it comes to kitchen organization. They can prove rather useful for storing measuring cups, though. One way to go about it is by using a cork sheet and thumbtacks. You can stick the cork sheet to the cupboard door using 3M Command strips.
6 Cupcake Liner Storage
Just like sprinkles, cupcake liners are baking supplies that shouldn't be hidden inside the cupboard. Their colorful beauty should be displayed for all the world to see. And the best way to do that is by using glass jars.
7 Magazine Holder Pan Rack
This is a fantastic recycling project. This cute baking pan rack used to hold magazines. After a bit of a painting and image transfer job, it was deposited in the kitchen and used as a rack for baking tools.
8 Conversion Chart Door
This baking supply organizational idea is similar to the cork sheet one. Simply install hooks to the back of a cupboard door. Make sure that you have enough hooks for all your measuring spoons and cups. Leave space for a conversion chart.
9 Peg Board Cookie Cutters
Placing cookie cutters in one drawer or plastic box isn't conducive for a fun baking experience. If you happen to have a A LOT of cookie cutters, finding the right design in a crowded drawer can be an annoying experience. To save time, this pegboard cookie cutter rack should be perfect.
How do you organize your baking supplies? Care to add more clever ideas to our list here?
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