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nice work but...

She is going to buy MORE spices now to fill up all the empty spaces.

This WILL cost YOU. :thumbsup:


Like the way you did the ends together. You took some time and did it right... :yes:
 

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Thank you. And yes she will be buying more spices. But its all OK. Because that's what she sells so every time she buys some she makes a small commission.
 

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Thank you. And yes she will be buying more spices. But its all OK. Because that's what she sells so every time she buys some she makes a small commission.
Spice rack looks good. Bottles fit well. If your wife sells the spices, why not have her offer your racks? Could be a money maker.






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It is very nice. It is also a very interesting design. It is clear that you had specific sizes for the shelves for the spices you use and left room to grow, very nice. What happens when you buy a different brand that has a different shape container?

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The spices she sells/buys are all the same. They use all the same sizes and shapes. Its a local company that has expanded Canada wide called Victorian Epicure. She has a page where all the consultants/sellers are on and she puts up all my projects to help me try and sell some. No luck yet though.
 

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Nice concept. I've thought of building something like that, but I don't have the wall space in my small kitchen.

Mark
 
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