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Addicted to Coffee? Check Out These 25 Ways To Make It The Centerpiece of Your Home

Small Station

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Smart Ways to Stay Organized for Back-to-School

Create a grab-n-go coffee station for caffeine on the quick! Using pretty storage containers corralled on a tray or cutting board keeps it clean and clutter-free.

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from thebeautydojo.com

10 Last Minute DIY Mother’s Day Gifts

Mother’s Day is almost here, which means it’s time to sprinkle our mamas with some love! What better way to do it with a handmade gift? I’ve rounded up 10 of my favorite last minute diy gifts that you can whip up in a jiffy! Any of these handmade gifts are sure to put a...

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from BuzzFeed Community

Community Post: 34 Creative Kitchen Hacks That Every Cook Should Know

Use a Mason Jar and a Salt Lid for an Easy-to-Use Container for Coffee or Sugar | 34 Creative Kitchen Hacks That Every Cook Should Know

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As I was baking the other day, I put my flour and sugar into tupper ware containers because it was all I had. Will most likely do this for myself!! LOVE

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Using same-sized clear containers to store sugars, flours, and baking ingredients make it easy to tell when you're running low! | maillardvillemanor.com

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from Cleverly Simple®

DIY Gift Idea : Flour and Sugar Storage Containers

Make your own flour and sugar containers for far less than what you'd pay in store! Use chalkboard stickers to create these unique storage solutions for your baking supplies.

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from The Everyday Home

Pantry Organizing Ideas

|15 Pantry Organizing Ideas |The Everyday Home | www.everydayhomeblog.com #organize #home #DIY

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Christmas Jam

This festive jam is being posted for a request. I found it recently in a community type cookbook and I havent had a chance to try it yet.

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from Country Living

24 Handy Ways to Use Mason Jars In Your Kitchen

Rather than using a cardboard salt container, fill a Mason jar with salt instead. Cut off the lid of the original salt container, then screw it on top of your jar for easy dispensing. Get the tutorial at The Pistachio Project.

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