Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Creating a Coffee Bar Area In My Kitchen

I created a coffee bar area in my kitchen that I want to share with you today. 

I filmed this area and put it on my Shelly's Home Life YouTube channel if you would like to see it in detail. 

I was inspired by these pictures of coffee bars on Pinterest. 

I used these as my inspiration to create my space in the pictures below.

We've had our Keurig for a few years now. 

I bought the drawer stand last year and loves that it holds the K-Cups. . 

I bought this aqua photo holder from Michael's. It's great for holding some free coffee printables. 

I made this DIY frame tray and used some fun spring scrapbook paper to add some color. 

I bought these jars from Hobby Lobby and used some tags and letter stickers for labeling. 

Here is an overview of the entire cabinet area.

I love this space so much!

You can see how I made this DIY Frame Tray here on my blog. 

My new coffee cups came from World Market and can be found here

You can find this free coffee printable here

Thank you so much for looking!

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Hug, Shelly

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Tuesday, March 31, 2015

DIY Frame Tray

Hi there! Today I have a DIY Frame Tray to share with you all. 

To create this fun frame tray you just need a frame and some knobs or handles. 

I found both items at my local Hobby Lobby . 

The first thing that you want to do is remove the picture hanger from the back of the frame. 

Since you will be using this as a "tray," you won't need the hanger. 

However, depending on what kind of handles you buy, save the small screws from the hanger. 

We used the smallest drill bit to drill holes into our frame. 

We then used the screws from the picture hanger to install the handles to the frame. 

They worked perfectly!

I like how the screws are dark just like the imperfections in the handles and frame. 

Here is the completed frame tray. 

Now you just need to decide what to put inside of the frame. 

I chose some pretty spring scrapbook paper, but you could use a printable from online, quote, your kids artwork, pretty wrapping paper, etc. 

I plan to change my paper out seasonally. 

I created this frame tray to use at my coffee bar area of my kitchen, but you could use this anywhere in your home. 

I will share my coffee bar with you on the next post. 

Hope you enjoyed this fun and easy DIY project. 

Thanks for looking. 

Hugs, Shelly

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