Do you hate your spice rack? Does it take up counter space and get inexcusably dusty? Does it contain spices that you will never use? (Seriously, WTF is "savory" anyway?)
Then go over to your window, throw it open, lean out and yell, "I'm mad as hell and I'm not going to take this any more!"
Then follow this Instructable and you'll have your very own under-the-cabinet magnetic spice rack that doesn't require a second mortgage.
Step 1: Materials
You might be asking, "But can't you just go out and get those magnetic spice thingies at the local bed and bath super box store?"
Sure you can, but it's lame. And you can't mount them under the cabinet because the lids aren't held tightly enough and they will fall off. Also, it's more expensive. (Even with an abnormally-sized 20% off coupon.)
This spice rack was made mostly from things we already had lying around.
You will need:
1 power drill
1 drill bit
junked-up cookie sheet (test the cookie sheet to make sure that it's magnetic before you commit to it)
spice jars with lids
rare earth magnets
screwdriver (not pictured)
lovely assistant (not pictured)
The jars were the only things we had to buy specifically for this project, and they were only $.99 each. Beat that, needlessly-alliterative chain store.