Our Spoonflower Kitchen Challenge continues! Each of our challengers selected two kitchen/food-themed prints from Spoonflower. Then Michelle from Falafel and the Bee, Sherri from Rebecca Mae Designs, Trina from Will Cook for Shoes, Daisy from Ants to Sugar, Alicia from Two Kids and a Blog and Mary from See Mary Quilt each created something fresh and new for their kitchens.

You can always find a dizzying selection of fresh, modern fabrics at Spoonflower, and they’re available in a variety of base cloths, from Kona cotton and satin to poplin, knit and more. We saw Mary’s Sandwich Wrappers, and next up is Alicia from Two Kids and a Blog with her Kitchen Organizer.

Alicia shows you how easy it is to make this pocket organizer which works well in a pantry, and could also be useful in a closet, in a child’s room or in a bathroom (organize all of those hair accessories!). Alicia writes, “Spoonflower is an awesome website that allows you to create your own fabric, gift wrap and even wallpaper. You can also choose from the fabrics that other amazing designers have created! I chose two adorable fabrics, the 4th Saturday of the Month and Saturday Market. I have very little storage space and no pantry to speak of, so I thought a kitchen organizer would be perfect!”

Alicia is fairly new to blogging and enjoys sharing tutorials (like this recent one for a running arm band) and bits of a busy life with her two sons. You can find more on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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