Egg trays are one of the best things I’ve found for organising drawers. If you don’t have lots of little pots & jars you can still keep your small fincikity bits well organised but on view so you can find them straight away. So once you’ve eaten your eggs or given them a new home in the manner of a 1980s sitcom (*sings* we make it and we take it home, B-B-BREAD…) make sure you keep your egg trays to stay organised in your drawers.
I have a ceramic egg tray for keeping out on view in the hallway and the cardboard ones sit in the drawers of bedside tables, desks, ‘junk drawers’ and just about anywhere else I can find a use for them. Once the cardboard trays get a bit grubby you can simply toss them to recycling knowing that you gave them a good go at a second purpose. You m’lady, gave that egg carton purpose, a reason to live – high five!
As for the ceramic egg trays, they’re endlessly useful for make up and hair bits and bobs because they’re easier to just give a quick wash when you do your dishes. I have one in the bathroom for dropping my jewellery and hair clips into before I get in the shower – I just go through it once a week and return things to their ‘home’.
You can pick them up in the weirdest of places (my local church are selling them – eh?) and in the places you think you’re likely to find them, the staff behind the counter look at you like you’re bonkers when you so much as suggest such a thing even exists. You can get a 12 egg-er here and a the 6 egg one here (these are the cheapest ones I could find – you’re welcome) though, so all is not lost if you can’t find them on your travels.
What do you think? Will you give them a go? Do you use them already?
P.S. S’up with your bad self?
P.P.S. Egg tray? Egg carton? Who knows? Who cares?
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