Battle of the Pumpkin coffee

pumpkin coffee 2

Pumpkin coffee is my obsession this time of year. The best pumpkin coffee I have had is from Dunkin Donuts. But I’m not paying over $2 for a cup a coffee everyday. Instead I save money by purchasing various pumpkin flavored coffees for my Keurig machine.

To me pumpkin coffee tastes delicious on its own but I know Dunkin adds a syrup flavor to make theirs taste sweeter. I did buy a pumpkin spice coffee syrup from Target as well, for people who like their coffee sweeter, this works and  a little goes a long way.

Pumpkin coffee

I would say my favorite non Dunkin pumpkin coffee is Pumpkin Spice from Green Mountain but its fun to find and try pumpkin flavors from new brands!

pumpkin coffee

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Keurig 2.0

Keurig 2.0

I’ve been using the KEURIG Vue machine for the past couple of years. And while I do like the machine itself I realized that Keurig isn’t making an extensive coffee selection to choose from in Vue –cups (the Vue machine doesn’t fit regular K-cups). With the new Keurig 2.0 I read that the machine fits different size k-cups, and any unused Vue cups that I have left will fit in this new machine.

So I started researching prices of the new Keurig machine. The best price I found was buying through the Keurig website. This video below gives a short demo of the new machine I purchased along with a walk through of how to purchase on the Keurig website to save 50%.

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DIY Book Holders

Two things I really enjoy are reading and coffee.

I have a bookshelf in my living room that I’ve always wanted to make look more decorative but never wanted to spend money on expensive book holders sold at retail stores.

DIY bookholders

Keurig machines are extremely popular and therefore people are constantly buying K-cups to use with their single serving brewers. Empty k-cup boxes are mostly thrown away or hopefully recycled. One day I came up with the idea to use the empty k-cup boxes from the coffee I love to drink to decorate my bookshelf with the books I love to read. I shopped around for a bit to find a decorative paper to use that would cover up the coffee words and would also match my home décor. I found what I was looking for at Michael’s but I’m sure other crafts stores with carry similar items.

I love that I was able to find such a good use for a commonly discarded item. So here’s my DIY for book holders for your bookshelves using empty K-cup boxes!

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DIY book holder

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please enjoy the short video!

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