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    Baskets and containers look so tidy. Where can i buy them in bulk for cheap price? Tupperware are so expensive and i have no idea where to buy

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    I got mine from Kmart 2 pack for $2

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    Updated. This thread + pregnancy nesting + the fact I was going to do it on the weekend, got me motivated and I did it today. Doesn't look like a big difference but it is


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    Not very exciting or organised!

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    For the people that have containers and stuff in the bottom do u have a problem with your kids getting into it?? on the bottom shelves we can only have tins and unopened packets of pasta etc otherwise the kids get into everything. and i do have gates on the kitchen but they can open them

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    My oldest has touched a few times and been told no. She now doesn't touch.

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    ~Marigold~ is offline You make me happy, when skies are grey
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    P7260491.jpgP7260493.jpg

    Mine are not impressive at all, lol.. I had to crop and chop them to make small enough to upload as well... but I had a good chuckle when I noticed my cat in the bottom left hand corner of the fridge pic, LMAO

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    i had a giggle at Bunk, PERFECT pantry layout, and the quote above it
    "Being happy doesn't mean that everything is perfect. It means that you've decided to look beyond the imperfections"

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    bunkx is offline Being happy doesn't mean that everything is perfect. It means that you've decided to look beyond the imperfections
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amysan View Post
    i had a giggle at Bunk, PERFECT pantry layout, and the quote above it
    Lol I forgot I still had that quote I can't see it on my phone

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    i love an organised pantry! will post a pic when I get home.

    my house often looks like a bomb but im a bit ocd with the fridge/pantry - everything has a place.

    for those asking about containers I used a combination of sistema snap lock (cheapo tupperware knockoff) and for the pantry I use 'handy pails' that you get from mitre 10.

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