Sunday, November 11, 2012

Knob hanger

Every afternoon my daughter (kindergarten) swings open the kitchen door from the garage and promptly tosses her back pack on the floor before going on her merry way. ERRR aggravation to me. So my husband decided to hang a nail next to the door where she could put up her back pack ad coat. It looked horrible! The door is at the end of the kitchen so I had the pleasure of looking at this lovely nail all day long.
a 1x4 and 3 knobs later I am a happy gal.


Supply list:
14 inch 1x4
3 knobs (on sale at hobby lobby for 1.50 each!)
4 wood screw caps
stain and screws

Step 1:
Stain or paint the wood

Step 2:
Pre drill holes for the knobs. I also drilled larger holes on the backside to counter sink the nut.

Step 3:
Insert knobs and cut off the back end of the screws so they can sit flat against the wall. I used the dermal for this.

Step 4:
Screw to wall and pop in screw caps.

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11 comments:

  1. I have been wanting to make one of these so bad to hand coats and bags on in our entry way I just haven't gotten to it yet. I love yours!

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  2. Great idea, so cute! I'm your newest follower by the way :)

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  3. Very cute! I was just talking with my friend today about doing something like that for our kids.

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  4. That is super cute! And love the knobs you picked out. And see, I'd be the first one to go and buy something like that, and here you are making it all easy-peasy! Love it!

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    1. I was going to just go buy something then I saw the price tag. A similar one at Hobby Lobby where I bought the pieces was like $30. Saw that and was like heck no! Maegan you can so do it!

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  5. I've been wanting to make one of those too! Great job :)

    Thanks for linking up to The Pinspiration Project!

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  6. Thanks so much for linking to Make The Scene Monday at Alderberry Hill, you are being featured later today!

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