Diy Dollar Tree Rustic Knife Holder

20 Minutes

Here I made two rustic knife holders using items purchased at the Dollar Tree.
total cost $5.
This Diy is so easy to make but yet so different and cute for any rustic /farmhouse kitchen.
large Beer Mug
white northern beans

diy dollar tree rustic kno

First I added a little hot glue to the starting point of my twine to wrap around the handle of the beer mug once you reach the top of the handle secure with more glue.
diy dollar tree rustic kno
Next add the bag of beans into the mug...
diy dollar tree rustic kno
Next I wrapped some twine around the vase base and secured it with a little hot glue...
diy dollar tree rustic kno
Now you can add the rice in to the vase...
diy dollar tree rustic kno
Now you are ready to insert your knives into the knife holders...
diy dollar tree rustic kno

Now yo you have a unique way to hold your kitchen knives and also add some rustic decor to your kitchen.
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3 questions
  • Jewellmartin
    on Aug 1, 2017

    Yes, this is rustic and cute. I realize we know the things we've used the most. But how can you tell which knife is which? Best wishes 😇
    • Dpbeee2
      on Aug 6, 2017

      My knives are in a wooden holder. I cannot see the blades, but because I use them all the time, I can tell by the handles.
  • Bonnie
    on Aug 1, 2017

    The flour and sugar containers; are they coffee plastic tubs painted and fixed up to look the part? If so that's is Awesome!!!
  • Louise Craig Zimmerman
    on Sep 1, 2017

    Would coffee beans work? May have good aroma

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  • Beverly Hirsch
    on Aug 1, 2017

    This would not work well here in Florida where bugs and roaches rule supreme. Leave a meal of rice or beans out for them for just one night and you've got a kitchen full of well fed varmints. But the sand idea would probably work. Sounds pretty too. Maybe colored sand!
  • Starkeeper
    on Aug 2, 2017

    Just use wooden skewers ... the kind used to grill meat, verges, etc together .
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