Looking to tidy up your spice cabinet? I’ve got you covered!
SQUEAL! I am so excited to share my new spice organization with yall! Do you ever have a project in your head and then it comes out exactly how your imagined?? That’s my new spice wall! I LOVE IT!
I have a bajillion spices. Like way too many and probably more then the average person. It would take me forever to find a specific spice and I would end up knocking over at least 3 others in the process. It was a PAIN! I was offered the chance to try the new Espon LabelWorks portable printer and I knew exactly what I was going to use it for.
SPICE ORGANIZATION! And that’s really all I knew at the time. It wasn’t til I was talking around World Market and I saw these super cute magnetic spice jars that I figured it out. I bought the jars and then tried to figure out how I would hang them. My friend Michelle and I made a quick trip to Home Depot and we found the perfect piece of tin. (Similar to this tin here.)
A few screws later and the tin was up and ready.
I started pouring them into the magnetic jars. I then grabbed my Epson label maker (THAT WORKS VIA MY PHONE!) and started making labels for the jars. I had to connect the mini printer via Bluetooth and it was ready to go. I started out with the printer tape it came with but realized that the clear labels looked the best.
After cutting the tape down to size and adding them to the jars, I was ready to hang them up! Ahhh the moment of truth. Would it look as good as I hand imaged? Would all the jars hold up on the tin? Would I love it? Yes, yes and yes! It turned out absolutely perfect.
Here is exactly what I used to set up my spice wall:
- 1 piece of tin (found at Home depot)
- 15 magnetic spice jars (found at World Market)
- 6 screws and a drill
- Espon LabelWorks Portable Printer and clear printer tape
Position the tin on the wall you are planning to use. Make sure its straight! (We just eye balled it.) Using a drill, put 6 screws in – 3 along each long side of the tin. Fill your spice jars with your desired spices. Print out labels and attach them to the front of the jars. Put jars on the tin. Stand back and enjoy your new spice wall!
Like it? PIN IT!