Kitchen Organization - Stackable Canned Food Organizers
Happy Wednesday! I hope you are all having a great week! Today I am here to share the 7-can stackable canned food organizers. I will also be sharing my tips and tricks in the pantry
Self Reliance: Do You Have A Food Storage?
Living in a high risk area for debilitating weather (ice storms, tornadoes, flooding) it’s been a proven fact that keeping a food storage in our home is a good idea. Sure we still eat fresh, visit the local markets, buy from local vendors, and grow our own… but there is still that need to have food on hand for when there isn’t any, or it’s too dangerous to go out. Click through the jump for suggestions on how to store food without needing an entire outbuilding to do so.
My homemade 1000 +/- capacity can rotator
I have been a lurker for awhile so i decided to make a few posts to get myself involved more here so here is one about my can rotator. I was getting tired...
How To: Cabinet For Storing Canned Goods or Heavy Items
I had a hard time finding places to put canned goods because of their weight and bulk, so I built this handy cabinet. It can hold more weight than I ever...
Using Pallets to Build A Canning Pantry Cupboard - An Inexpensive Way To Store Your Jars
Build your own canning pantry using pallets and/or shipping crates for an inexpensive way to store all of those jars. Looks great and is easy to build!
Happy Spring Friends - it has been slow getting here but I think it is here to stay....fingers crossed. Even though it has been a tad early for flowers - I can hardly wait each year to hang my ferns - it is like INSTANT happiness. Nothing "warms" up a porch like greenery - and five ferns did the trick for our front porch. Four hanging... ...and one sitting... One even found it's way in to the sunroom - perched high on an old column. It should thrive there with lots of great light. It sure…
Making Mason Jar Shelves From Wood Pallets Project | The Homestead Survival
Honeyville Farms blog shares how to re purpose a wood pallet by upcycling it into a mason jar shelf. I see this being used in so many areas of a home -