|DIY Chip Holder - Natural Homemade Living|
We've been busy camping, working on projects, organizing and redecorating so we'll have some cool stuff to share once things settle down. Today I wanted to share my favorite pantry organizing tip, the DIY chip holder.
I don't usually buy chips in small bags but for camping these little bags are perfect. I used to store them in a large basket but it seemed like it was a mess when everyone was digging through a basket to find their favorite chips. I decided to make a holder for them and hung it inside the pantry door. It was a quick little project and the kids love it! Most of the items I already had in my craft baskets so the project only cost $3.00.
What You Need:
Rulers - I bought the craft rulers at Michael's (4 in a package)
Small wood clothespins - you can get these at the craft store
Craft glue (or your favorite wood glue)
Removable mounting squares to attach the rulers to the door or wall
- Decide how many bags of chips for each ruler, I chose 12.
- Apply glue to one side of each clothespin and place it toward the top of the ruler.
- I applied one clothespin to each inch on the ruler.
- Let them dry according to the glue instructions. Mine took about an hour.
- Apply removable squares to the back of each ruler. I used 4 squares per ruler.
- I didn't have much wall space in my pantry so I hung my rulers on the inside of the door.
- Hang one chip bag on each clothespin. Done.
Love and peace,