5-minute Designer Cabinet Knobs


When I made these knobs and texted a photo to my hubby, he called me from his trip: “They look amazing! But no one is going to be able to make them…”
What???
Then I realized because I was always drawing and painting, he thought I PAINTED them.
Well, these may look like hand painted ceramic knobs, but the secret is- they are the easiest things to make, no painting involved. I will share with you all the designs so you can make your own set.
They are made with the same method as these designer outlet covers. You can check out this tutorial and download the free designs here!
Start with $1 wooden knobs and plastic wrap- a new use for plastic wrap...
Print and cut out the designs on paper. You can download the printable designs I made for these knobs at the end.
Brush Modpodge (or glue) onto the paper cutout and the knobs. Take a piece of plastic, wrap around the knob as you press the paper and shape it along the curved surface of the knob.
Peel the plastic off. Here's our knob! Let dry and brush some more Modpodge for extra durability.
Check out more helpful details, tips and download all the designs by clicking HERE! Now you can make your own Anthropologie worthy knobs !
If you love custom design details like these knobs, you will also love these 25 beautiful paint color palettes for your kitchen cabinets. Get all the color names at the link below!

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  • Nan
    on Sep 13, 2019

    Homemade Modge Podge. You need 1 cup of glue (white Elmer’s glue) and 1/3 cup of water. These proportions are perfect – don't mess with them. You don’t need to buy Modge Podge.


    • Lucia
      on Jan 2, 2020

      When my mother-in-law taught me how to decoupage 50 years ago, there was no ModPodge. Instead we used Elmer’s Glue and water!

  • Nancy K
    on May 15, 2020

    Thanks for a wonderful idea. My apartment has really horrible knobs from the 1960’s. I am definitely going to do this. Please let me know how you get a flat sheet of paper to curve around the knob. Thanks!

    • Jess
      on Oct 7, 2020

      Make circle paper larger than the knobs. Make 4 small clips on circled paper edge. This will enable paper to bend around the edge of wood.

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