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January 31, 2012

Impossibility Challenge--Pantry Redo

 Yes, dear sweet peas it is time for the BIG reveal!  I joined the impossibility challenge at Thistlewood Farm and YES, my PANTRY became a POSSIBILITY, I CONQUERED.  ...And it feels SOOOO good to have it done, a sense of accomplishment!  
So before the big reveal let me show you what it USED to look like!  The following pictures may contain images that could be offensive to ALL VIEWERS.  Look at your own RISK!
 I won't bore you with a how to, but I will share a couple of items that I found VERY useful in my PANTRY redo.  
  • I painted the entire pantry.  This transformed the pantry more than anything.  I kept it simple because the thought of adding designs or anything else overwhelmed me.  It doesn't have to be elaborate.  
  • I purchased all like items.  I really tried to keep it uniform.  All organization materials came from Walmart.  The most expensive item was the large flour jar at $9.00.  The white bins were around $4.00.  
  • Organize your pantry that will be most useful to your family because if they are not on board it isn't going to stay looking like this.   
...And my newly organized PANTRY!

The critics are RAVING 10 out of 4 stars**********Can I just stand in here and admire your pantry**********It is so PRETTY and clean!

Of course, all of us know that pictures just don't do it justice!  :)

Thanks for joining me for the Impossibility Possibility Challenge!

Thistlewood Farm

Love, Stacie


BTC said...

I love it! What label maker do you use?

The Three Sweet Peas said...

Thanks so much for the sweet words. I used avery labels 88695 and century gothic font.


Sherry said...

I love how you used the bins to keep everything much more organized. You did a great job on you your impossibility challenge. Congrats! I'm your newest follower.

Ruby Jean said...

Oh I LOVE it.... I can imagine how much happier you must be when you walk into your Newly organized pantry... This SERIOUSLY needs to happen at my house... :) So be sure to let me know when your in town and don't forget your label maker... LOL!!! Great Job!!!

Kierstin said...

You did such a great job!! Your pantry looks beautiful!

Karah @ thespacebetweenblog said...

This came out sooo great. What a wonderfully organized space, you should feel so proud!

Thank you so much for linking up to the challenge!

RHome410 said...

Love an organized pantry! Nice job.

Allyson McGuire said...

Wow! That looks great! Thanks for sharing.


Becky said...

Nice organization! looks great!

I need to do two rooms in my the process of trying to's not easy to just get started!

Peggy said...

When's dinner I will be right over looks like meals will take half the time LOVE IT!

Anonymous said...

Great job! I organized my pantry but it doesn't look near as great as yours. I at least can find what I am looking for these days!

Eclectically Vintage said...

I give it an 11 out of 4! Love all those containers - may have to run to WalMart! Thanks so much for joining our Impossibilities Challenge - new follower.

Linda @ It All Started with Paint said...

Oh, how wonderful (and now I have some serious pantry envy) ...

and I had a bit of a chuckle on all that Ramen! ... I spotted even before it's close-up!

Thanks so much for joining our Impossibilities challenge!


Fat Dormouse said...

I’m sorry I’ve not visited your Impossibility Challenge post before now – this working lark does get in the way of real life !!!
You have done a fantastic job with your pantry area...So organised! Please can you come and organise my entire house!? Well done!
Congratulations on making your impossibility possible!

Karen said...

Your pantry looks beautiful!!!

Unknown said...

Looks awesome! I need help in my pantry, I just posted on my couponing process and because I stockpile, things get out of control!! Looks like I need to get to Walmart for some supplies!

Thanks for the inspiration!!

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