My mom gave me some fabulous magnetic spice tins for my birthday, thus freeing up my old space-eating spice rack (and in turn freeing up enough space in my kitchen cabinets to house at least a dozen boxes of girl scout cookies). But what to do with the old spinner spice rack? Why, turn it into a little girl’s dream of a craft station!
I know this idea is hardly new (indeed, I copied it from a friend), but it is such a great idea that I felt it had to be shared, if for the hundredth time in blog-land. Filling the jars is such fun. Pony beads! Toothpicks! Googly eyes! Seashells! Hot pink feathers that Pia cut off a cat toy months ago! And since Pia now burns through the supplies making crafts at her little craft station, I get to refill them with different fun things regularly which encourages even more crafty creativity on her part. Tomorrow I will show you some of Pia’s masterpieces that she has made since the inception of the spinner craft station. Ah, 4-year-old sculpture art.