Laser Cut Spice Rack

All these spices have been cluttering up my counter for quite awhile and I finally found time to do something about it! The rack was designed in Fusion 360, cut from 1/4" plywood on a Full Spectrum laser cutter, then glued up. It has elastic seatbelts on the front of each shelf to keep the jars from running off. I also added some quick reference measurement conversions to the side, mostly for my son’s benefit (so he won’t have to ask as often).

It mounted up perfectly and I love it! It also decluttered my counter enough to actually see my cutting board!

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That is really spiffy!

Thanks! It’s been one of those mean-to-do projects for quite a while, so feels great to have it done.

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I remember you mentioning it in the ornament swap thread, I believe, so I was really excited to see you had finished it!

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Great idea and I love the way it turned out. I goggle conversions all the time so I would definitely find that useful! :heart:

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When I saw the name of the post I thought about the ornament swap mention as well!

This came out really nice. I love that you were able to customize it to perfectly fit your spices and that space on the side of the cabinet!

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How handy and what a clever place to put it. It’s so perfect!

That’s great! I have a cutting board with measurement conversions burned into it, very useful.

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That’s a brilliant idea!

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Awesome and pretty solution. I like that is will save so much space and make it easier to find what you need.

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WOW! This is really cool!

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Yeah, I basically filled it to the brim with what’s on hand. Husband just said “well then, you have enough!”

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Yep, it’s funny how different peoples’ tastes can be. I love it, but I’m pretty sure my mom would hate it - she likes bare counters and everything tucked away.

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I love that you put measurements for your kiddos, I would have added something like “Baking temp: IDK like 350 for 20 minutes?”

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:laughing: Haha - that would be for my husband. My son’s actually a decent cook, just not so much with memorizing conversions.

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This is awesome

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Fantastic!!! I really love this idea!

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I LOVE that you have the conversions there!

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:tada: Congratulations! Your super awesome craft is one of this week’s Featured Projects! :confetti_ball:

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Super cool! The measurements are so clever, as is the “seat belt”, haha.

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