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1 - Pine Board 1" x 8" X 2'
1 - Pine Board 1" x 8" X 30"
2 Empty Tall Cans
3 Empty Small Cans
Glue Gun & Glue
Silver Metallic Spray Paint
First you want to get your boards painted. I had the nice people at my local home improvement store cut down my boards for me, which was great. I chose to get pine because it's pretty inexpensive. I did two even coats of white paint on both sides of the boards. I like to prop the boards up on another piece of wood so that it is easier to paint the edges.
Next, spray paint your cans. After removing the can wrappers you may notice that cans aren't the same color. To give then a consistent look, give them a couple of coats of spray paint.
Using your glue gun, add glue to the top rims of the cans and place boards on top. Use the three small cans on the bottom. This will give the bottom shelf support. Then place your tall cans on top, evenly spaced to give the top shelf support. You will want to put your longer board on the bottom and short board on top.
Let this sit for a couple of hours until dried completely. Afterwards you will be all set to stock your shelves. I stocked my shelves with my favorite mugs and coffee so they are easily accessible.
Last but not least, you have to brew yourself a cup of this coffee!
After trying the Dunking Donuts Coffee, I knew it would go on this shelf. Oh, and the coffee and creamer combination was perfect! The aroma was great and the taste was delish!
I'm so excited to have this little area built out. Early mornings and cool Fall weather calls for great coffee and I already know this Dunkin Donuts® Bakery Series® coffee with by apart of my routine. Give this coffee a try by picking it up from your local Kroger in the coffee aisle.
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