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12 Awesome DIY Ideas To Help Boost Your Snack Game

Your snack game may be strong, but make it even stronger with these genius DIY tips.

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1. Make cute labeled jars for storing your snacks.

All you need is your base paint, chalkboard paint, some chalk, and — voilà! — your snacks are nice and cozy in some adorable little jars.
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All you need is your base paint, chalkboard paint, some chalk, and — voilà! — your snacks are nice and cozy in some adorable little jars.

2. Or you can use matching lids to color-code your jars.

Separate sweet and savory munchies by easily color-coding.
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Separate sweet and savory munchies by easily color-coding.

3. Build your own rustic snack tray.

No need to make multiple trips to and from the kitchen when hosting guests. Create this super-cute tray to carry all your snacks at once!
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No need to make multiple trips to and from the kitchen when hosting guests. Create this super-cute tray to carry all your snacks at once!

4. Easily access your spices with this hanging wall project.

Using some wire and nails, you can add an easily accesable spice rack. Now a touch of flavor for your snacks is always in reach.
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Using some wire and nails, you can add an easily accesable spice rack. Now a touch of flavor for your snacks is always in reach.

5. Make individual snack cups for your guests.

Load in your dip at the bottom of a shot glass or small cup, add some veggies, and you're all set!
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Load in your dip at the bottom of a shot glass or small cup, add some veggies, and you're all set!

6. Grow herbs indoors with this DIY garden.

If you don't have any space outdoors for a garden, this DIY planter is perfect for indoor growing. Build your own and enjoy the fruits (or spices) of your labor.
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If you don't have any space outdoors for a garden, this DIY planter is perfect for indoor growing. Build your own and enjoy the fruits (or spices) of your labor.

7. Save leftover produce from your snack sesh to plant later.

You can save celery, basil, onions, and more to plant and enjoy later on!
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You can save celery, basil, onions, and more to plant and enjoy later on!

8. Paint the edges of bamboo cutting boards.

Follow this DIY project to brighten your cutting board game. Make them dual purpose and use the cutting board as a charcuterie tray too!
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Follow this DIY project to brighten your cutting board game. Make them dual purpose and use the cutting board as a charcuterie tray too!

9. Maximize your snack game with veggie cups.

You can use bell peppers, tomatoes, and more to hold your snacks. You can eat the whole cup too!
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You can use bell peppers, tomatoes, and more to hold your snacks. You can eat the whole cup too!

10. Save herbs and add some flavor to your water.

With this ingenious ice cube trick, you can find a use for fresh herbs. Perfect for adding a kick to some tea or water.
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With this ingenious ice cube trick, you can find a use for fresh herbs. Perfect for adding a kick to some tea or water.

11. Save space in your cabinet by using mint containers for your spices.

This hack ​saves space and keeps your spices looking delightfully uniform. For easy finding, write their names on the container's side and top.
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This hack ​saves space and keeps your spices looking delightfully uniform. For easy finding, write their names on the container's side and top.

12. Display your tea by using a colorful wreath.

When having friends over, help them easily pick their teas out by using a cute wreath made out of clothespins. Get the tutorial here.
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When having friends over, help them easily pick their teas out by using a cute wreath made out of clothespins. Get the tutorial here.

Now that your kitchen is crafty and organized, it's time to snack curiously. Grab your herbs, spices, and some of The Laughing Cow® cheese and enjoy!