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DIY Spice Rack for Camping & Hiking

Food that you make while camping or hiking can be really bland, especially if you don't want to carry too many things with you. I've already posted before about using a tube & straw to carry spice, but this is another method that's pretty cool.

Materials needed:

_ one-a-day pill box
_ labels
_ tape
_ scissors
_ spices

1. Place labels over each of the dates, indicating which spice is inside that partition.

2. "Waterproof" the labels by putting tape over the whole strip of labels, and then cutting between each partition lid to separate them.

3. Complete! You can fill with spices and you're ready to go. How easy was that?

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@marshalledgar @darcysdiary @TrevorGoldley Glad you all found it helpful. I'll try to find some more multipurpose DIYs to sahre.
It's practical ideas like this that are really great. I love stuff like this. Using everyday stuff for a different purpose than it's meant. <3
This is flippin' genius!
Camping is kinda fun. Gets you out into nature. Great idea @yakwithalan
I'm not a camping of hiking type of guy, but this idea is perfect for picnics and block parties too. Thanks for sharing!
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