Milk Carton Pantry Organizers with Free Labels

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These Recycled Milk Carton Pantry Organizers make your pantry look and feel organized.  Fill them with sugar, rice, salt, etc. for easy pouring.  This eliminates opened bags in your pantry from spilling out and keeps your pantry organized. FREE labels are included below!

Recycled Milk Cartons used for Pantry Storage Organization.

Rinse the milk cartons and let dry overnight.  Paint with your favorite color.  I used basic acrylic paint.  Print the labels on cardstock paper, then glue to milk carton.

See how organized your going to be!

Recycled Milk Cartons Kitchen Organization.

Pink Labels.

labels carton

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  2. This is such a great idea for reusing milk cartons! And the paint really transforms them. I included it in a round up for Milk Day DIYs,
  3. Victoria D Oplinger
    Does the acrylic paint 'seal' them so they are air-tight? I love this idea but I wouldn't want moisture to get into my sugar & salt.
  4. Does the labels and paint wear off from handling them? Do you use a sealer over label and paint?
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  6. Kathy Miller
    I Love this idea. No more leaking rice all over my floor. Thanks so much..
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  12. This is so cute! It could work really well in a craft room too to store beads, sand, etc.
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  15. I'm new at crafting. What kind of paint did you use?
    • Hi Lori! I used acrylic paint. You can get a small bottle at Walmart or at a craft store for about $1.00 or less! :) Thanks for stopping by!
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  18. What a cool thing to do. I love the idea of having an easy-pour spout for things like rice! Thanks for sharing at Whatever Goes Wednesday. We'll be featuring this over at Someday Crafts tomorrow! :)
  19. Great idea for the pantry! Thanks so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and have a great weekend! Miz Helen
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  22. These look so cute and look like such a good idea! I love the idea of rice -it always spills in my pantry too!
  23. what a great idea. i go through a lot of almond milk and this is such a good way to reuse the container. thanks for linking up to the all things pretty party.
  24. What a wonderful idea! And, you made them look so beautiful. Pinning you from PINcentive.
  25. wow! neat idea (and I do mean neat- ha!)
  26. Love this idea! Esp. the salt. Have you ever noticed how the cartons from the market leak. Salt everywhere. I can't wait to empty my almond milk and turn it into a salt carton! Thanks! JaG
  27. I love this idea! I hate when the bags of rice spill in my pantry! I am so doing this! Thanks for sharing! Jessica

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