I have a set of old Tupperware kitchen canisters. They aren’t really pretty. But they worked, and I hid them in the kitchen utility garage.
I also have a glass corner cabinet above that garage. It has gone widely unused. There is a ton of space up there, so I mainly stash large bake ware that doesn’t have a home. And the knives to keep them away from little fingers.
I never really knew how to make it look right. I thought about etching the glass on the cabinet, but was a little afraid I would mess it up and then have to call the custom cabinet place and say “whoops!”
Instead, I found a solution that is functional and pretty at the same time. This is the first of a several projects I have in mind to upgrade my kitchen décor over the next couple months.
I started with these large jars found in the craft section at Hobby Lobby (another home away from home for me). I got two of each size last week when they were on sale 50% off. They also have a giant sized one that makes an awesome cookie jar that I once made for a gift. The lids have a rubber gasket on them to keep them airtight.
Next I pulled out my Silhouette and my brand new red vinyl that I bought when everything was 40% off at the silhouette store on Black Friday weekend.
I made a simple design in Silhouette Studio using the font “Café Rojo” and some simple brackets that I had in my Silhouette library.
I was blown away by the Studio program when I discovered how to use the “align” tools and line up and center my designs. “Wow that was easy!” was all I could say.
Next I pulled away the negative portion
Put the design on transfer paper
Eyeballed it onto one of the larger canisters
Pull away the transfer tape and viola!
Repeat for each jar and fill them with the appropriate baking supplies
Put them in the cabinet like so
I just need to clean the glass (haha) and organize the other stuff in there so it’s farther back in the cabinet and not showing. It’s really mainly stuff I rarely use anyhow.
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