Label Makers You Can Shop to Help You Organize Your Pantry
Tidy up your kitchen!
An immaculately organized kitchen is every homeowner's dream. Not only does a neat space look great and feel more relaxing, it also makes finding ingredients and cooking essentials much quicker. If you're looking to tidy up your pantry and fridge, we recommend using labels. Simple stickers or tags with the names of food items will look aesthetically pleasing and let you spot exactly what you need at a moment's notice. Below, we round up some label makers you can shop in Manila help you out.
Organize your kitchen with these handy label makers:
Dymo Labelling Machine
'90s kids, we bet you used a Dymo embosser back in the day to label your school supplies. If you still have your old one lying around, then you can use that to put labels on your pantry items (you can shop extra cartridges if you need them). They'll allow you to spot ingredients faster and give your kitchen a cute, old-school feel.
Available at National Book Store, P1,220
Brother PT-D600 Label Printer
If you really want to customize your kitchen labels in a specific style, this Brother label maker is for you. It lets you adjust the font and text size of your labels, so you can get them exactly how you like. Plus, you'll have access to more symbols and punctuation marks and you can choose between upper or lowercase letters.
Available online at Brother, P7,240
Bee Happy Motex Label Maker
For a budget-friendly option, check out this label maker from Bee Happy. It lets you choose between upper and lowercase letters and also includes some cute symbols like a heart and a star. You can shop refill tape for the device in different colors like violet, pink, blue, and more if you also want to color code your ingredients.
Available at Bee Happy, P395
And just to help you get started with the organization process, here's some kitchen inspiration from Pinterest so you can imagine what your pantry and fridge could look like once you've labeled everything:
Main image from Cottonbro/Pexels.
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