Updated: Jul 6, 2020
There are so many ways you can DIY your shelf with the things you already have. I bet If you go through your clutter drawer you will find some hidden treasure. 😊
Even if you are not passionate about cooking it's still nice to have a beautiful Spice Shelf. I decided to make mine with sustainable glass jars from my favourite Glenilen Farm Yoghurts. I have them few times a week anyway, so I might as well reuse them for my spices.
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It is our mission to carry them on, to value and hold dear what’s good and right. Like never before we are conscious of depleting resources.”
All you need for this super easy Project is:
I got mine from Primark, but if you don't have Primark in your country - I made for you a cute selection with similar style to choose from (below). I like this tall open style shelving because it has enough room to put some plants on (btw I'm obsessed with greenery, but that's another story) and it makes the spices easily accessible.
This particular jar is my choice for few reasons: it's sustainable, beautiful shape, perfect size - not too small not too big, super easy to clean. Mango & Passion Fruit is my favourite one, but they have lots of other flavours. Few minutes later...yup it's empty & ready for decorating.😊
Your handwriting doesn't have to be perfect - actually less perfect it is, it will look more artsy. If you don't want to commit to same spices every time - use wipeable marker.
I would suggest to put out the ones you use the most in your cooking.
And you got yourself a Stylish Spice Shelf.
Good vibes only - upgrade your shelf with some cute Fairy Lights.
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