Store More in Your Kitchen with a DIY Magnetic Spice Board

Keep spices organized and within reach of your prep zone with this simple kitchen project.

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Stop searching your cupboards for hidden cooking spices. Instead, create this easy, useful magnetic spice board, and have all your favorite flavors in sight and within arm's reach. Not only is this DIY useful, it's super cute! Use fun washi tape colors and patterns to really make this project pop.

This DIY kitchen craft is super versatile, too! Since you're using chalkboard adhesive paper and chalk markers, feel free to change up the labels. Whether you run out of a spice or start using another, this DIY can be easily altered for all your cooking needs.

What You Need

  • Metal tins (for as many spices as you wish to store)
  • Washi tape
  • Chalkboard adhesive paper
  • 2-inch round paper punch
  • Crafts adhesive
  • Magnets
  • Chalk marker
  • Duct vent cover
  • Drill and drill bit
  • Screws

Step 1: Accessorize Tins

Time to decorate! Wrap each of your tins in different colors and patterns of washi tape. Simply tear the tape once finished; no scissors needed!

Step 2: Create Labels

Once decorated, pick up your chalkboard adhesive paper and use your paper punch to create round labels for the lids. Peel the protective film off the back of the label, and adhere it to the lid of your tin.

Step 3: Add Magnets

Flip the tins over and use crafts adhesive to glue the magnets to the bottoms of the tins so they'll stick to your finished board.

Step 4: Fill with Spices

Fill the tins with your favorite spices, and label each lid. If you switch the contents of the container, all you have to do is erase and re-label!

Step 5: Drill Board

Grab your duct vent cover. This will become the magnetic backboard for your spices. Drill holes in each of the four corners; you may want to drill into a piece of scrap wood to protect your work surface. Drill the vent cover onto your kitchen wall, and place your magnetic tins in the desired order.

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