Organize the kitchen without spending a ton of money by using these Dollar Tree organization hacks! I love finding useful Dollar Tree kitchen ideas and ways to use Dollar Tree items in my pantry. You can also use Dollar Tree fridge hacks by using Dollar Tree bins in every space in your kitchen! Keep reading to see these Genius Dollar Tree Kitchen Organizing Hacks!
If you’re looking for Dollar Tree kitchen organization, look no further! The Dollar Tree kitchen items mentioned in this post are available to order online if you can’t find them at your local Dollar Tree. Dollar Store organizing is not something new, in fact, I’ve been using the same Dollar Store organizing kitchen bins to organize our kitchen pantry for the past 6 years! Everyone always asks how I used the Dollar Store to organize out pantry… well, you can see how to organize your Pantry using Dollar Store bins and containers in this post!
I’m waiting for my local Dollar Tree to get some handle baskets back in stock so I can organize our fridge using Dollar Store items too! I use Dollar Store items for organizing and under the sink, I’ve helped others use Dollar Store items to organize kitchen pantries, and organizing inside cabinets using Dollar Store finds!
Please note that I follow the Marie Kondo “spark joy” method to organize our home. I’ve been using the Marie Kondo Organizing method since 2016 and it has changed our lives. I use the Marie Kondo folding technique and believe the Dollar Tree organizing items on this list work well with the Kon Marie method. Of course, not every household is the same and what sparks joy for you using the Kon Marie spark joy method, may not spark joy for someone else.
Organizing Dollar Tree Supplies
The Dollar Tree has several plastic baskets in various sizes and colors that can be used to organize every inch on your kitchen! Here are a few ways I’ve used Dollar Tree baskets and bins to organize our Kitchen.
Baskets to Organize the Pantry
As I mentioned above, I use Dollar Tree baskets to organize our kitchen pantry. I love the size, color, and sturdiness of these baskets. These Dollar Tree baskets survived our move from Virginia to Florida and the printable pantry labels attached to the baskets with twine.
Organize the Fridge
The Dollar Tree has several baskets with handles (including clear trays/baskets) that work great in the fridge to organize meals or small items together.
I use Dollar Tree bins to organize the lids for food containers, lunch containers, and small Tupperware items. Add a label and you’re done!
You can create a recylcling station by using Dollar Tree bins and adding a label. How convienent would this be under the sink in the kitchen?!
The Dollar Tree has several food containers that you can use to store dry goods, meal prep items, and more!
Organize dry food
Organize dry food (cereal, crackers, flour, etc) in Dollar Tree containers!
The Dollar Tree has all sorts of labels… you just need to look for them because they can be small! I found a few labels at the Dollar Tree that can be used all over your kitchen. Some of the labels I found at the Dollar Store are even removable! Check the office supply aisle or buy through the link below!
Label Pantry Baskets
Easily label Dollar Tree baskets (like I use in our pantry) with these removable dry erase labels!
–>>Get removable labels here!
Food Containers (for lunches/dinner)
Use these labels on meal prep items and snacks for easy grab and go!
Control the clutter in your kitchen drawers with Dollar Tree drawer organizers! The Dollar Tree has several drawer owrganizers to choose from but I’m only mentioning a few below…
Junk drawer organizer
This set of 6 baskets for $1 is the perfect way to quickly clean up the junk drawer!
Utensil drawer organizer
Get utensils and other large kitchen spatulas, etc clutter-free by using a drawer organizer in your kitchen.
Use Dollar Tree binder to organize recipes and meal planning in the kitchen!
Make a meal planning Binder
Grab a Dollar Tree binder and binder tabs to make your own meal planning binder!
I love how Green Way Home set her recipe file folder up!
Store your Meal Planning Binder
Stick your meal planning binder, along with your recipes in a file folder on your kitchen countertop for easy access!
Organize Foil, Plastic Wrap, Freezer Bags
Use a File folder box to organize foil, plastic wrap, sandwich bags, etc.
Hang Baskets with produce
Hang onions, potatoes, and garlic in a cool dark place by using a mesh laundry bag from the Dollar Tree and hang in your pantry! Check out how One Crazy House uses mesh laundry bags in their home!
Apron or Potholder Hook
Use Dollar Tree hooks to hang aprons, potholder, kitchen towls, and more!
Back of the cabinet measuring cups/spoons hooks
Make baking easy with access to measuring cups, spoons, and recipes by attaching Dollar Tree hooks on the back of cabinet doors.
Under the Sink Cabinet for Small Cleaning Supplies
Keep cleaning supplies handy under the kitchen sink by using this Dollar Tree kitchen hack!
Collander Fruit Basket DIY
The Boat Galley used 3 colanders from the Dollar Tree and a large mesh laundry bag to protect the fruit and veggies in her kitchen. This idea is genius!
The Dollar Tree has several glass jars in various sizes to use depending on your needs in your kitchen.
Small spice jars from the Dollar Tree can help you organize your spices and create a pretty kitchen!
Glass “Mason” Jars
Organize smaller items in the kitchen using Dollar Tree’s version of glass mason jars.
Use for Meal Prep
I like using Glass mason jars to store meal prepped food for the week in the fridge, like salads, fruit, and more!
Wire Shelf Organizers
The Dollar Tree has several wire shelving units to help increase your shelf space!
Spice Jar Organizer
Add these small wire shelves in yoru kitchen cabinets to organize and hold small bottles and spices!
The Dollar Tree has several wire shelves that you can use in your pantry or cabinets to create extra space for dishes, cups, and more!
DIY Plastic Bag Holder
I love this Dollar Tree kitchen hack using an old wipes container to store plastic grocery bags! Keep on eof these by the recycling station or in your pantry for handy use!
DIY Lazy Susan
Make your own DIY lazy Susan using Dollar Tree items from the Country Cottage Chic! Use this lazy susan in your pantry or fridge to hold small items and corral like items together.
I hope these Dollar Tree organization tips inspired you to get your kitchen organization cheap! Organize Kitchen Cabinets quickly and on a budget by using these Dollar Tree ideas. The Dollar Tree pantry, Dollar Tree fridge, and Dollar Tree bins under sink hacks will make the most impact on your kitchen organization. Organize Kitchen using the containers, spices organization ideas, while keeping your kitchen organization on a budget by following these Dollar Tree organization hacks!
42 Meal Planning Supplies From The Dollar Tree
Need some help with Meal Prep and not sure which meal prep tools will help with meal planning? Meal planning on a budget can be tough and finding the right meal prep supplies and meal prep containers can add up. Knowing where to find meal planning tools and meal planning ideas will help make family meal planning easier. Keep reading to see these 42 Meal Prep Tools From The Dollar Tree Meal!
Meal prep for the week using these Dollar Store finds and Dollar Tree meal prep tools! The Dollar Tree even has supplies so you can make your own Meal Planning Binder and meal planning menu board! These Dollar Store meal planning tips will blow you away!
How to Organize Your Home Fast
Get ready to have your mind blown. This method to organize house clutter quickly is not a new method or secret hack. Do you think the organizing pros have been keeping this secret method with how to declutter your home fast all to themselves? I think my mother used this “secret” strategy to quickly organize the house with 6 kids in the 1980’s… it’s definitely not a new way to clean a house fast… but it’s so easy that anyone with a laundry basket can do it.
My friends and family always asked me how to declutter fast because our house looks like a model home (not to brag). So I shared my secret with how to declutter a house fast with my friends and family and then they started doing this trick to quickly organize house declutter.
I bet you are dying to know how I organize my house fast with a family of 4 and a dog…
How to Organize Your Personal Life (Free Printable Bullet Journal Pages)
I had no clue what a bullet journal was until I did some research and found a bullet journal description to be a combined day planner/journal/diary/sketchbook/to-do list. But what I found most interesting when I started designing my bullet journal pages was that I could make each page anything I wanted it to be.
You see, there are A LOT of different planners and journals out there. Like a blogging planner, business planner, mom planner, meal planner or a gratitude journal, meditation journal, travel journal… and the list goes on and on!
I’m making it super easy for you to try bullet journalling for FREE and if you love it, then maybe you keep printing the free printable bullet journal pages or maybe you invest in a really cool journal and start posting pics of your beautiful pages on Instagram 🙂 If you could just mention that my free printables were your inspiration, that would be great 😉
6 Questions to Help You Organize Your Life and Get Rid of Clutter
Getting rid of the things you’ve collected during your life can be an emotional and physically draining process. Make the process easier by asking yourself 6 Questions to Help You Organize Your Life and Get Rid of Clutter.
Learn how to Organize Your Life and Get Rid of Clutter with these 6 simple questions and #getorganized for good!
If you don’t know how to declutter and simplify your home, this post with a simple 6 question checklist for decluttering your home can help. These questions can help you with organizing your life and getting rid of clutter. Getting rid of sentimental clutter is the hardest part for most individuals and these questions can help declutter your home fast. In fact, many of my readers have used this tool to learn how to clean and declutter their home in 30 days.
How to Get Rid of Unnecessary Possessions and Live the Life You Want
Stuff overload. Negative energy in your home and surroundings. Sound familiar? Are your materialistic items taking over your life? Do you want to know how to get rid of unnecessary possessions and live the life you want? I want that too… I mean, I really want to share how you can get the life you want by only keeping yourself surrounded with what matters most.
I know there are people (like you) that need REAL help getting their lives back and are stuck spinning their wheels because of the (bad) advice they find online. I’m sure you’ve seen the organizing “hacks” I’m talking about that don’t really help you eliminate things, but suggest that you need to add more things in your life in order to organize your current things.
If you organize things a certain way, that will reduce the clutter in your life, right? Wrong.
The only way to organize clutter is to get rid of it. Period.
10 Items You Need to Organize Your Home Like a Pro
The best way to organize clutter is to get rid of the clutter right? I agree that it doesn’t make sense to spend money buying more stuff in order to get organized, but there are certain organizing items that can help create a functional, simplified home.
I’m a firm believer that it’s best to re-purpose many items around your home FIRST before investing in more stuff. Take a look around your home to see if you have similar items that you can use in place of these items (shoe boxes, plastic food containers, etc).
If you don’t find anything in your home that will help you create the organizing systems that you need, spending a few dollars on these useful organizing supplies will be worth the investment in the long run!
–>>Go Here to see the FULL list of 10 Items You Need To Organize Your Home Like a Pro!
Printable Labels to Organize Every Room in Your Home
You can organize the heck out of your home but truth is, Your Home is not completely organized until you add labels!
I’ve done the hard work for you and made every label for every space in your home.
If there is a label that you don’t see available below (for common household items), please let me know in the comments and I will add it!
Printable Home Organizing Cheat Sheets
Need help getting your family organized? Want to learn how to declutter your home fast with kids? Do you need help simplifying all the “stuff” in your home?
Let me help with my Cheat Sheet Bundle to Simplify Your Home in 30 Days!
Right now, you can get the Simplify Your Digital Life Cheat Sheet Plus 20 more pages of printable forms, cheat sheets, and checklists to help you FINALLY get organized!
Here’s what’s included in this bundle:
- Organize Your Home in 30 Days Calendar (also available separately here*)
- Simplify Your Home in 30 Days Checklist
- 6 Questions To Ask Yourself When Decluttering Cheat Sheet
- 7 Steps To Get Your Family Organized Cheat Sheet
- 15 Steps To Get Rid Of Paper Clutter Cheat Sheet
- Simplify Your Digital Life Checklist
- Declutter Your Home Fast (The Laundry Basket Method) Cheat Sheet
- Weekly (Detailed) Meal Planning Form (also in the meal planning bundle here*)
- Weekly (Simple) Meal Planning Form (also in the meal planning bundle here*)
- Sorting Signs (ONE of each): Trash, Recycle, Shred, Sentimental
- 30 Blank Printable Home Organization Labels in SIX Different Shapes (5 labels per page) and Transparent (can be printed on ANY color cardstock)**
32 Home Management Printables that REALLY Work!
No one should have to feel overwhelmed by homemaking because it costs too much or they can’t get the help they need.
When it comes to homemaking, do you ever struggle with everything on your to-do list? The cleaning, the cooking, the laundry, the organizing, the home projects… shall I keep going?
You are not alone.
Maybe you can relate to these statements:
- “I can never find the time to clean and organize”
- “I’m tired of feeding my family take-out for dinner”
- “I have no idea why we are always broke!”
- “I’m not sure how to start so I just keeping reading stuff & doing nothing”
- “I struggle with doing “all the stuff” to create a perfect home”
I’ve said all of these before by the way.
Almost all homemakers struggle with these points – whether you work outside the home or not, whether you have 0 kids or 12. Since I was struggling in these areas (and thought you might be as well), I created some encouraging and useful resources to overcome the most common homemaking struggles.
Everything you need to take your homemaking strategy to the next level is included in the Homemaking Printable Pack. I’ve been using the goodies included in the printable pack and the resources have significantly changed my home management strategy.
Organize Your Kitchen in 3 Days!
A cluttered Kitchen can cause anxiety, stress, decreased productivity, and procrastination. This eBook walks you through organizing your kitchen in 3 days.
Organize Your Kitchen in 3 Days!
In this book you will learn:
- How to organize Kitchen cabinets
- Organizing ideas for small and large Kitchens
- How to organize Kitchen drawers
- Organizing Kitchen countertops
- How to organize Kitchen storage
- Organize AND label Pantry Items
- A step-by-step guide to decluttering and organizing your Kitchen in 3 days
- Printable Pantry Labels (as seen here) –>>Includes 45 labels for the kitchen pantry.
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