DIY Containers – Recycle Coffee Creamer Containers

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Recycle Coffee Creamer Containers for Pantry Organization

I love these DIY Containers  that you make with Recycled Coffee Creamer Containers for Pantry Organization.   This a great way to recycle your coffee creamer containers. I fill them up with Cheerios and Goldfish crackers/pretzels and take them in the car when we go on road trips, sporting events, picnics or spending the day running errands around town. They are perfect for Goldfish crackers helps them stay fresh and the crackers won’t get crumbled in the bag which is a huge plus for me :-)

A tip to remove the smell from the creamer is to fill them with vinegar and soak over night in your sink.  Another tip is to put in crumpled up newspaper and then re-wash.  Another great tip to know is that you can FREEZE Coffee Creamer!  Check out this post on how to freeze it!

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Comments

  1. I attempted to do this but could not get the coffee creamer smell out of the containers, even after washing them 3 times and letting them soak. Any tips?

  2. Fill them with vinegar and soak over night or put in crumpled up newspaper

  3. I use them to hold small buttons for quilting.

  4. Great for pancake batter too !
    Soak in baking soda and water to clean out !

  5. I put lentils, rice, smaller pasta, etc. in them, rather than have open bags and boxes that bugs can get into. I made cute labels with directions on them, on the computer and they look great in the pantry!

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