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Build grocer with food containers (DIY)

Build grocer with food containers (DIY)

Make these practical magnetic saucers that you can place on the door of your refrigerator, so that you always have your favorite ingredients on hand.
I confess it! These spreaders are not an original design. Actually, I had seen magnetic jars of spices in magazines, but I could not justify paying their price. So I decided to test my ability to do mine.

And it was much simpler than I thought. It also combines perfectly with this utensil hanger. Now I have my spices available at the door of my refrigerator. Do you want to make yours?

Necessary materials:
Baby food jars
Decorative paper and cardboard for labels
Middle tip markers
Neodymium cylindrical magnets
Thermofusible glue and its gun
Acrylic glue
Spices
Instructions:
The jars must be clean and without labels. To remove the labels you can soak them in hot water for half an hour and remove them with a sponge. But they do not have to be perfect! Remember that you will cover them.
Cut the paper with which you will decorate each container in strips of 3 centimeters wide and long enough to wrap them. Glue these strips on each one using the acrylic glue.
Cut cardboard circles for labels, you can help with some coins so that they are all the same size. Decorate them to your liking.
Write on the labels with the names of the spices. You can do it by hand, as I did, or print them. Glue them to the bottom of each container with the acrylic glue.
Use the hot melt glue to fix the magnets to the inside of the lids. Try to use neodymium magnets because they are very strong and small.
And ready! Now you can fill with your favorite spices and have them always available.

Build grocer with food containers (DIY)

Make these practical magnetic saucers that you can place on the door of your refrigerator, so that you always have your favorite ingredients on hand.
I confess it! These spreaders are not an original design. Actually, I had seen magnetic jars of spices in magazines, but I could not justify paying their price. So I decided to test my ability to do mine.

And it was much simpler than I thought. It also combines perfectly with this utensil hanger. Now I have my spices available at the door of my refrigerator. Do you want to make yours?

Necessary materials:
Baby food jars
Decorative paper and cardboard for labels
Middle tip markers
Neodymium cylindrical magnets
Thermofusible glue and its gun
Acrylic glue
Spices
Instructions:
The jars must be clean and without labels. To remove the labels you can soak them in hot water for half an hour and remove them with a sponge. But they do not have to be perfect! Remember that you will cover them.
Cut the paper with which you will decorate each container in strips of 3 centimeters wide and long enough to wrap them. Glue these strips on each one using the acrylic glue.
Cut cardboard circles for labels, you can help with some coins so that they are all the same size. Decorate them to your liking.
Write on the labels with the names of the spices. You can do it by hand, as I did, or print them. Glue them to the bottom of each container with the acrylic glue.
Use the hot melt glue to fix the magnets to the inside of the lids. Try to use neodymium magnets because they are very strong and small.
And ready! Now you can fill with your favorite spices and have them always available.

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