Chest Freezer Organization; tired of loosing things in the bottom. I organized each topic (bread, veggies, fruit, misc, meats, snacks, breakfast, prepared meals) into a plastic file crate- stacking most used on top, but still easy to grab handles & remove top ones to get to the bottom. Made the board with a dry erase board, used wet erase markers to make the chart and labels, so they don't wipe off easily. Then, wrote each on the dry erase board with tally marks in a regular dry erase.
Ice chests are basically deep freezers that don't have any shelves (a.k.a a total pain to organize). Use wooden planks to create compartments and add process to an otherwise disheveled pile of frozen goodies. Get the tutorial at The Gig's Digs » - GoodHousekeeping.com
Kitchen Island floor freezer. This is a fun DIY project I started. I had a huge floor freezer as well as I needed a new kitchen table or kitchen island. so I decided to combine the two, save some space and have a fun new project. This is what came out. I Will post a tutorial on how to do this if people find they want to as well. Enjoy