Hi friends! Do you LOVE coffee like I do? Well I’ve been a huge fan of Keurig and the K-cup for a few years now, and today I’m sharing with you a quick, cheap and easy way to make your very own DIY Keurig K-Cup Organizer!
A couple of weeks ago I had the pleasure of going thrift shopping at a local Goodwill with the lovely Andrea of Worley House and Laura of Pink Cake Plate. And it was so much fun! Not only did I score some great vintage Pyrex, but I also came across this empty spice rack. And a while back a friend of mine and A Night Owl contributor, Jen, mentioned that she had seen where you could upcycle an empty spice rack into a K-cup holder! I’ve always been on the lookout for a good and stylish K-cup organizer, but I’ve never wanted to pay $20-$30 for the plastic organizers I’ve seen out there, so I knew this was my solution!
The price tag on this old thing was $1.99. But lucky me! The day we visited Goodwill was 50% off Saturday! So for just $1 I knew I had a steal. I gave the rack a good washing, let it dry, then sprayed a couple of coats of spray paint (my go-to medium of choice) and voila! Pretty and functional!
What do you think of our DIY Keurig K-Cup Organizer? I’m just so happy with how it turned out. And now that it’s sitting next to my Keurig, full of my favorite Starbucks Verona K-Cups, I think I love it even more! What do you think?