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Anderson used her collection of pint- and quart size antique jars to make this visible pantry as stylish as possible. These antique jars can be found in thrift shops and websites — try Etsy, Amazon, or eBay.
1. First, wash and dry the jars thoroughly, and make sure the lids fit correctly.
2. Find a good work surface to drill on, and drill 2 holes about an inch apart in each lid.
3. Using the tape measure, measure and mark on your cupboard or shelf where the lids will be attached. Make sure that each line of jars is even and that there's enough room between each one to reach through to unscrew them.
4. Put the 3/4" screws into each of the pre-drilled holes, and screw each lid into the marked spot under your cabinet or shelf.
5. Fill the jars with whatever you want to keep handy. Don't worry too much about it — the contents are easy to change. But do consider where these jars are hanging — it's best to keep them away from a heat source.
That's it! Your items are now conveniently stored and accessible with a few quick twists. This is also be a great solution if you're looking for a space to store laundry soap, dryer sheets and other laundry necessities, or if you want an easy way to sort through the supplies in your craft room.
Read the full post on Post Road Vintage.
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