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In cabinet over sink. We used to keep our spices in a low sided dish but they still ended up in a jumble after driving so I asked my son, who loves working with wood, to make me 2 spice "drawers" to fit into the cabinet above the sink, next to the stove. After I had the 2 in, there were still spices left over so I moved some dishes over and he made the third. They are really handy and everything stays nice and neat.






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that is a good idea, and he did such a beautiful job.

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Very nice but I'm not talented in carpentry (or a lot of other things either), so I just keep mine in a small plastic box which fits on the counter in back of the stove.

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Very nice work, but a swivel store holds a lot more spices in a lot less room.


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Very nice!


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Nice job!! Now I have another project to put on the list


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what's swivel store?

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Very clever!! I like it. I don't take a ton of spices so that works for me. One thing I have done is to have our neighbor's daughter save me a bunch of baby food containers. These days they come in a little plastic tub with a snap on lid. I have found them excellent for putting baking powder, baking soda, cinnamon, etc in. I don't need to take a whole container of those items that come in larger sizes and I can leave them in the coach the whole camping season.


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Very clever!! I like it. I don't take a ton of spices so that works for me. One thing I have done is to have our neighbor's daughter save me a bunch of baby food containers. These days they come in a little plastic tub with a snap on lid. I have found them excellent for putting baking powder, baking soda, cinnamon, etc in. I don't need to take a whole container of those items that come in larger sizes and I can leave them in the coach the whole camping season.

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I like how they came out. Looks like a single drawer rail under each one?


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