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For Your Crafty Kitchen Project by Lauren Eatherly

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Whether it’s trying new recipes or making new versions of classic dishes, the kitchen serves as a wonderful outlet for our imaginations and we’ve come up with a few ways to artfully enhance that work space!

These spice vials are perfect for displaying any spice or garnish you regularly cook with. Using Red Tim Holtz Vial Labels, write all your spice names using a sharpie or pen. Place each label onto a Clear Corked Vial, and fill with your favorite spice. Finish off by tying a piece of Cherry Divine Twine around each cork. To present as a gift to your favorite chef, store these vials in a Rectangular Clear-Top Tin and tuck inside of a Burlap Bag.

For our next project, take a Message-in-a-Bottle and fill with your favorite olive oil, cooking wine, or any other liquid you typically use in the kitchen. To label our bottle, we used French ATC sized Ephemera sheets, stamped with a Vintage Paris mail stamp by Cavallini & Company and StazOn Ink in Timber Brown. Adhere your ATC label onto the bottle using Cavallini “Paris” Decorative Paper Tape. Next, write the bottle’s contents onto another Red Tim Holtz Vial Label, and placed it onto the ATC label. For the expiration tag, try using our large pre-strung grubby tags. We elected to use a Pointing Hand stamp from Cavallini’s “Numbers & Symbols” Stamp Collection, and a red sharpie to write our “Use By” date. Before looping your tag onto your bottle, finish off the neck with a strip of 7Gypsies “Market” red paper tape.

Volia! These functional items are great as presents, and will make anyone’s home more functional and unique!

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Whether it’s trying new recipes or making new versions of classic dishes, the kitchen serves as a wonderful outlet for our imaginations and we’ve come up with a few ways to artfully enhance that work space!

These spice vials are perfect for displaying any spice or garnish you regularly cook with. Using Red Tim Holtz Vial Labels, write all your spice names using a sharpie or pen. Place each label onto a Clear Corked Vial, and fill with your favorite spice. Finish off by tying a piece of Cherry Divine Twine around each cork. To present as a gift to your favorite chef, store these vials in a Rectangular Clear-Top Tin and tuck inside of a Burlap Bag.

For our next project, take a Message-in-a-Bottle and fill with your favorite olive oil, cooking wine, or any other liquid you typically use in the kitchen. To label our bottle, we used French ATC sized Ephemera sheets, stamped with a Vintage Paris mail stamp by Cavallini & Company and StazOn Ink in Timber Brown. Adhere your ATC label onto the bottle using Cavallini “Paris” Decorative Paper Tape. Next, write the bottle’s contents onto another Red Tim Holtz Vial Label, and placed it onto the ATC label. For the expiration tag, try using our large pre-strung grubby tags. We elected to use a Pointing Hand stamp from Cavallini’s “Numbers & Symbols” Stamp Collection, and a red sharpie to write our “Use By” date. Before looping your tag onto your bottle, finish off the neck with a strip of 7Gypsies “Market” red paper tape.

Volia! These functional items are great as presents, and will make anyone’s home more functional and unique!

 
For Your Crafty Kitchen Project by Lauren Eatherly
For Your Crafty Kitchen Project by Lauren Eatherly
For Your Crafty Kitchen Project by Lauren Eatherly

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