How I did it:
*Used Liquid Nail Small Projects (a clear adhesive) to apply the sheet metal to the window, and let cure for 48 hours.
*Used my Silhouette to cut out vinyl letters and dashes (font = My Own Topher) to separate the categories, then applied them. I also added some vinyl to the bottom of the window, since it needed a little something.
That's it! So easy, and minus the drying time, a 15 minute project.
If you've never used sheet metal, you really must try it--you will love it!
(image courtesy Less Than Perfect Life of Bliss)
You'll need to cut it to size on your own, using tin snips. USE GLOVES, because the edges will be very sharp.
What a great idea to mount it inside your cabinet, and use it as a spice rack! I love this one by IHeart Organizing:
What about the kitchen? I have a friend who did one in her kitchen, and put all the fun kid magnets in it. It's in a place where they won't be underfoot while she's cooking, but they can be in the kitchen with her. Let's face it--kids like to be where mom is!