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I love it Kristy!

Joanne B

I love the way your pantry looks with all those canisters the same size! Seems like a lot of work tho- eating all those chocolate covered almonds-I know-a hard job, but someone's got to do it! How nice of your mom-in-law to oblige. Who else would get excited about an EMPTY jar of chocolate covered almonds as much as a full one! Love it-i too am searching for canisters for flour and sugar-any ideas for something a little larger?

Kathryn Bechen

Adorable and useful Kristy! And you're saving our landfills too. Kudos to you! :)


I don't think it's odd at all! I recycle whenever and wherever I can, too. They turned out nicely and you didn't spend much. A perfectly wonderful combo!


I have seen similar plastic containers with lids for items like pretzels and animal crackers at Sam's Club and Costco...just a thought!

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