Measurement Conversion Chart inside your Cabinet

In my old house I had made myself a little chart for the inside of my cabinet to help save on time when I need a quick measurement conversion.  Since moving into my new house, 2 1/2 years ago I have yet to create one for my new house.  So here I am weekly Google searching how many tablespoons are in a cup, or another measurement like that.  Well I finally decided to make it happen.  January has a way of me thinking through all my systems and purging and figuring out what works for me.  Click here to buy the chart if you don’t have a digital cutting machine.

This project was even featured on Better Homes & Garden’s site.  They came to my home for another project and styled it all up and took some fancy pictures of it for me.  Click here to see the cups & spoons project.

All you need is a Silhouette digital cutting machine, vinyl color of your choice, a level and transfer tape.  I made it easy for you and designed the whole thing.  Click here for a free downloadable Silhouette file.  Or click here to buy.

After you cut out the file then remove the excess vinylfrom the design.  You can purchasing a weeding tool or a stick pin works just the same for me.


Once you have the entire design weeded then grab some transfer tape and press it onto the top of the design.  Remove the backing and apply it to your cabinet.  You might want to get a level to make sure it is completely straight.  Once you have it where you want it burnish it down to the cabinet door making sure it gets a good adhesion.

Remove the transfer tape.

Perfect! No more mid meal prep rushing to search for my phone to find the correct conversion.  I just have to open my cabinet door!

Click the pictures below to see more of my kitchen…

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Comments

  1. Great idea! I’d love to do that in my next kitchen. How on earth did you end up with a 2/3 measuring cup but not a 1/3 though?! 🙂

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