Then, use the glass to measure the “square” on a thick carton paper.
Cut holes as many as you need, as long as it fits in the square and leaves enough room between the holes for support. I manage to do 16 holes, and of course you can cut less and make it an interesting pattern.
The other component that you will need from the RIBBA frame is only the wooden square that holds the carton paper in place.
All other components, you can upcycle them.
(The frame doesn’t have a closed back. Because it will be too thick to fit a k-cup otherwise.)
Attach/fasten a hook on the RIBBA Frame.
Fasten everything and you are done, now hang on the wall and enjoy.
It was always a problem for us, where to store the coffee capsules. We simply could not choose any holder version from the manufacturer, because they also needed a lot of space like simple boxes. So we decided to make our own, which can be moved out of the way after use. Read more.
#2 Large capsule holder
The same wall mounted version but using a larger RIBBA to hold more coffee capsules. Read more.
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