DIY $1 Spice Racks

The Stonybrook House
by The Stonybrook House
Spices. I had duplicates I didn't know about. Some of my spices looked the same and I'd use the wrong one in a recipe (NOT fun!) This had to change! I wanted something cheap, something I didn't have to clean and easy to install.
I needed to clean out, purge and organize my spices. This was a mess to deal with!
I knew Dollar Tree would have something I could use! I picked up these cooling racks!
Then I bent them a little here and a little there... and voilá!
It was super easy to install on my pantry door!
Now look at my pantry shelf!! If you want to see exactly how I completed this project, check out the entire post.
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  • Carol Stewart Carol Stewart on Jan 11, 2023

    What about bigger jars or bottles of spices? Thanks!

  • Sandra Sandra on Dec 20, 2023

    Unfortunately we have those horrible Louvred bifold doors. Any suggestions?

  • Vincent Vincent on Jul 06, 2024

    What’s the black on each end?

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  • Dee Dee on Dec 23, 2022

    I did almost the same thing. Dollar Tree now sells spice racks for the doors. Of course it now cost $1.25 but what a savings. Be careful when you put the spice racks in that they do not interfere with your shelves.

  • Susan Susan on Mar 05, 2023

    We bought our house used and it came with nice Seimatic kitchen cabinets with two rows to store spices in one of the cabinet doors. But I need more space for spice jars as we have been trying many new recipes that call for even more spices than we have. I want to add an extra row to hold spices and just need to know best way to hang yours on Seimatic door. If you know, please share how. Thanks! Your idea is great!