Measurement Conversion Chart

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Back in 2011 I redid the inside on one of my cabinets to hang all of my measuring cups and spoons and then added in a vinyl measurement conversion chart above that.  Between these two projects I have gotten over 177,000 pins and those two posts continue to be in the top 5 pages visited on my site each month – two and half year later.  So I thought I would revisit it. To this day the cabinet looks exactly the same, and I have not lost one measuring spoon or cup – minor miracle and an organization success in my book.  Here is the picture Better Homes & Gardens took of this spot…

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I showed you how I organized my measuring cups and spoons with cup hooks and paint sticks.  You may have noticed a large, blank space above where I organized them.  While hanging anything else up there would have proven to be a challenge to get down I decided to use that space to have a commonly used conversion table that I constantly use for my baking needs.

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In the past I had this little conversion table laminated on my fridge for over a decade.  I thought it would be perfect to take it off my fridge, making it appear a little less cluttered, and take advantage of the primo space in my cabinet.

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I just made it in my Silhouette Studio program and then applied the vinyl into the interior of my cabinet door.

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I removed the transfer paper and Viola! instant vinyl measurement conversion chart.  Mine measured about 7” tall by 14 1/2” wide.

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You can download the file HERE