Look at what my very talented husband made for me! I was so excited! Then my friend and fellow Keurig owner, Erika, stopped by and saw it! She reminded us that it was her birthday so she is now the proud owner of this new K Cup rack. Bernie didn't want me to give it to her because he said it is just a "prototype" but I loved it and so did she. I will soon be listing these in my Etsy shop for $25.00 with FREE personalization of up to 11 characters. If people don't want it personalized, he said he can fit another row of K Cups on it for a total of 18 cups.
Remember that I re-use my K Cups? I think I've finally found the method that works for me. I rinse out the coffee from the used K Cup and after drying, I fill it with my choice of coffee. I then cover it with a single sheet of Glad Press N Seal and wrap with a tiny hair elastic (not rubber band!). After the internal filter has failed, I make my own filter, again top off with Glad Press N Seal and then secure with a tiny hair elastic band. They work great! What a great way to have wonderful coffee and save money, too!
My homemade filter inside the white K Cup.