If you like tea, you probably have a set of teacups and saucers. Maybe it's time for a re-arrangement of your kitchen and cabinet doors are getting in the way? Don't worry, we'll walk you through how to put teacups and saucers in cabinets.
Turn one of the saucers upside down, and put the teacup bottom-up on it.
Put a spoon between the saucer and cup to act as a separator. You can also use this method with other kitchen items, like glasses or mugs—just make sure they don’t have handles that will get in your way!
Put the saucer in the cabinet first.
Put the teacup on top of the saucer, then repeat for all of your teacups and saucers until you have them all stacked up in the cabinet!
Now that all your cups are safe and sound, it's time to stack up your flatware (spoons, forks, knives) between each saucer-teacup pair so they don't knock around when you shut the door—voila! You're done!
Put flatware in between the saucers and the glass door
For the flatware, you want to make sure it's not loose but not too tight. The best way to do this is by using a spoon between each and every saucer. If you don't have saucers or spoons, use dish towels instead!
Now that you're done with your tea party, it's time to clean up!
Use a saucer as a way to hold your cups and put a spoon between them so they don't stick together.
Put a saucer in between the saucer and the glass door.
Put flatware, such as spoons, forks or knives on the shelf above where you're storing your teacups and saucers.
Use a saucer as a way to hold your cups and put a spoon between them so they don't stick together
To store your cups and saucers, put the saucer on top of the cup. Then place a spoon between the two to keep them from sticking together. Make sure both cups are facing down so you don't lose any tea when you open up your cabinet. Once all of your teacups and saucers are in place, make sure they're evenly spaced out!
You can put your teacups and saucers in the cabinet with ease! All you need is one saucer and a few spoons to keep them from sticking together.
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