• Vallyn

From Junk to Junk Food

Updated: Mar 2

Check out how I turned a junk drawer to what some would consider to be junk food drawer or it could be used for healthy snacks too!


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I've started really looking at our home and how we use the space within it, really trying to be more intentional about every square foot. Some may wonder how the image above is intentional but my husband has the biggest sweet tooth I've ever seen and he unfortunately is influencing our daughter to follow in his footsteps. Since I know this is something he loves I'm being intentional in creating a space to feed his inner child.


So now for the how. Here's what I used to create this candy drawer which can easily be used for healthier candy or snacks of almost any kind:


mDesign hinged lid organizer boxes - 5.6 x 6.7 x 3

Cellophane treat bags with twist ties

Drawer divider (if needed)

Mini glass bowls

Mini tongs

and of course candy! I went with Bark Thins, Sour Patch Kids, Raisinets, Skittles, Swedish Fish and Peanut Butter M&M's all purchased at Target.


We'll see how long this candy haul lasts.


I hope this sparked some joy and gave you some ideas to turn your junk drawer into something fun and/or functional.








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