This utensil organizer is perfect for your kitchen. It is a great way to use mason jars to organize in the kitchen. Plus it is a chalkboard surface so you can change it up as often as you need to! Grab the supplies below and get started on making one for your home today.
Supplies needed for this utensil organizer:
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Use a paint brush to apply chalkboard paint to the entire planter box. I find that it works best to apply a coat in one direction, allow to dry, then apply a coat in the opposite direction. Allow to dry and cure according to the package directions before using. You will then want to use regular chalk over the entire surface to condition it before use.
For use in the kitchen, I use chalk markers. These are not required but they are slightly more permanent than regular chalk. Once your write on your words and allow to dry, the writing can only be removed with water. This is much better than regular chalk that can easily be removed just by rubbing against a surface.
I use one jar for spoons, one for spatulas, and one for miscellaneous. You can definitely customize this project to the needs of your kitchen.
Make this utensil organizer for your home in just minutes. This idea will leave your kitchen more organized and you loving the look on your counter!
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