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Clever Coffee Caddy

How to reuse stuff you probably already have and transform it into a Clever Coffee Caddy, an ingenious life hack.
Get set for when family or friends stop by for a cup of coffee with this fun coffee caddy.
Here's what I had on hard. The most important items are the mason jars... but you'll also need some sort of caddy and a couple other containers for the coffee and the stir sticks.
You'll also want Coffee Mate containers.
This is the fun part-- you can use the lid from a Coffee Mate container on the mason jar. That's right, it fits! SUPER COOL!
I wanted to give my guests choices to I made two jars and labeled them. Hack complete!
Now you can pour a little of creamer out at a time. And let's face it, it looks much cuter in a mason jar.
As do stevia packets.
To complete the project, I used some stickers to spell out my favorite word... coffee of course.
Bring on the company!

To see more: http://yesterdayontuesday.com/2015/08/smart-and-simple-coffee-station/

  • Sherre M
    Sherre M Morristown, TN
    on Aug 5, 2015

    This is so darn cute! On my to-do list, thank you !!!

  • Z
    on Aug 5, 2015

    This is so cute that I wish I drank coffee!

    • Z
      on Aug 5, 2015

      @Malia, yes @Virginia does have some good ideas. I rarely drink anything but water. Sometimes milk with spicy foods. I know, I'm a rare bird. I am a modest woodworker, so I could make the boxes for others. :^D Hubby drinks only black coffee. His pot, beans and grinder are all inside a cabinet with an outlet, built especially to hide them when not in use.

  • Piterpat48
    on Aug 5, 2015

    will make a great gift

  • Cheryl Long-Odell
    Cheryl Long-Odell Napanoch, NY
    on Aug 5, 2015

    Love it! I'm planning on making a "beverage center" in my kitchen, this would be a GREAT addition. Thanks!

  • Carol Cummings
    Carol Cummings
    on Aug 5, 2015

    Really cute idea.

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