15 Genius Organizing Crafts For Your Kitchen | Kitchen Storage Ideas

Let’s be real, your kitchen is probably one of the messiest rooms in your home. No, I’m not referring to dirty dishes or crumbs on the floor and kitchen counter. What I mean by “messy” is the random things hidden in your kitchen drawers, jumbled condiments and bottles in your cupboard, and other disorderly kitchen supplies. If you can’t relate to this, then that is good. However, if this sounds like you, there’s no shame in having a cluttered kitchen, especially if you don’t have time to clean it.

With that in mind, here are 15 genius organizing crafts and storage ideas for your kitchen to make your life easier (and cleaner)!

15. DIY Zero-Waste Produce Bags

The reusable shopping bags are great but then I noticed a lady using homemade produce bags and I was like I bet I can make those. I wanted to enable others to make them as well, so the challenge was on to create a DIY Zero-Waste Produce Bags that are light and easy to make.

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14. DIY Cord Keeper

This DIY Cord Keeper will keep you happy and keep those cords organized as well. If you’re looking for a creative way to find a little less clutter in your life, this simple DIY project is the answer that you need.

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13. How to Make a Spice Jar Organizer from a Soda Crate

Seriously, I love, love, love this project. It mixes two of my favorite things… thrifting and organization.

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12. How to Make a Modern DIY Paper Towel Holder (with marble base)

Learn how to make an easy, modern, DIY paper towel holder! This Brass and Marble Paper Towel Holder looks so stylish, and it’s incredibly simple to make.

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11. DIY Mason Jar Utensil Crate

It’s finally happening…spring is here. Or at least the sun is telling us it is! It could be a bit warmer, but I am working on bringing spring into our home this season with some fun DIY projects.

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10. Chalk Painted Mason Jar Kitchen Canisters with Cricut!

If you like Rae Dunn inspired crafts AND chalk painted mason jars, then I have a treat for you today! These DIY chalk painted mason jar kitchen canisters have Cricut labels with a farmhouse font that make them perfect for your farmhouse kitchen!

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9. Wooden Spice Rack Build Plans

This wooden spice rack is the perfect way to organize all your spices. Get the free build plans.

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8. Hanging Mesh Produce Bags for Storage – Beginner Sewing Projects

Keep your fruits and vegetables fresh, tidy and accessible with a hanging mesh produce bag. Follow this easy sewing tutorial to make your own in small, medium and large.

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7. Easy to Sew Plastic Bag Dispenser – Beginner Sewing Projects

Keep plastic grocery bags tidy and ready to reuse with an easy to sew plastic bag dispenser. This tutorial has thorough instructions and photos, perfect for beginners!

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6. Make Elastic Bowl Covers to Save Food

There are many reasons to make your own elastic bowl covers! They keep bugs out of food while camping or having a picnic. Plus, they are easy to pack and make transporting a cinch. Perfect for living a zero waste lifestyle.

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5. Instant Pot Cover with Pioneer Woman Placemats

Protect your Instant Pot when not in use with a beautiful, custom cover. Follow these simple instructions to make an Instant Pot cover from Pioneer Woman placemats.

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4. DIY Geometric Candle Holder

This DIY Geometric Candle Holder or Lantern is perfect for your home decor, table settings, or wedding table centerpieces!

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3. DIY Drawer Dividers for Perfectly Organized Drawers

Get organized with these custom drawer organizers. You’ll want them in every drawer!

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2. Bread Box Makeover For Extra Kitchen Storage

This bread box makeover came to me on a whim. My sister was visiting from out of state and I had to run to the thrift store to hunt for something I needed on a different project.

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1. DIY Built In Plate Rack

Sometimes decorating dreams do come true. And they aren’t as hard as you thought. They aren’t expensive. And they are awesome. This DIY built in plate rack idea had been on my mind for a while. We finally brought it to life and I couldn’t be happier!

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