One of my favourite things to do is create new recipes, so it's very convenient to have all my coffee supplies one area. Not hidden in a drawer or behind a pantry door or in a kitchen cabinet, but sitting out in the open all ready to go whenever coffee calls my name!
I stained it, added some peel & stick tiles to its base inside (also from Dollarama!
), and cut up a leather belt from the thrift store to make handles that I screwed to each side of the tray. This fall coffee station in tones of copper and weathered wood makes our bedroom feel even more autumnal. I love having the option of an instant morning coffee (or a late night tea)!
With a tiered tray and copper accents, this is just perfect for fall and a great way to spend a quiet Sunday morning. For this coffee bar idea, I wanted to use my Cricut to create some prettier decals for my Keurig.
Come see what a simple Cricut decal DIY project can do to elevate your boring coffee machine! Start with a simple bar cart (I chose a beautiful gold one from Amazon), Next, add a coffee maker, Incorporate trays and stands for height and storage, And finally, add some beautiful seasonal accessories. I transformed the entertainment unit in our RV into a handy coffee and drink station! I've converted the dated entertainment unit into a practical and cute coffee and drinks bar that the whole family can use.
For this coffee bar idea, I had a lot of fun smashing up the original unit with a hammer. There's really no limit to how you can use your Cricut to create a fun and personal coffee bar space.
And of course, now that you have this beautiful, unique, personalized area for brewing the perfect cup of coffee, why not add some fun recipes to your repertoire? After I steam some milk, I pour about a tablespoon of DIY vanilla syrup into my fresh espresso.
Learn how to make iced coffee at home with this simple DIY recipe! Two shots of espresso, some sweetener of your choice, ice, and your favourite kind of milk makes for a beautiful and refreshing drink.
Last week, I discovered a way to make a delicious, festive tasting latte with all natural ingredients (maple syrup, pure vanilla and milk) and it's so good! This flavorful gingerbread coffee syrup is the perfect addition to your morning latte at any time of year, not just the holidays! Coffee is my best buddy during that nasty afternoon slump when I REALLY want to take a nap, but I can't because I have work to do, a house to tidy, or kids to chauffeur around.
Lately however, I've found a new drink that rivals my regular lattes: a maple London Fog.
I've finally learned how to make a tasty cold brew coffee as an alternative to the hot kind, so let me share it with you today in this video tutorial.