Doorknob Decorations

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Total Time 1 hour Ages all-ages

Get a handle on holiday decoration routine by turning cupboard and dresser drawer knobs into festive symbols.

What you'll need

  • Foamies sheets (sold at most craft stores)
  • Craft knife
  • Colored markers
  • Felt
  • Metal key ring
  • Brass paper fastener
  • Sticker stars or glue

How to make it

  1. STAR: Cut out a star from the Foamie, and cut an asterisk-shaped opening in the center. Then accent the edge of the star with colored marker (gold or silver looks especially nice). Slide the star over the door knob.

  2. REINDEER: Glue foam antlers and eyes on a cut-out foam deer head, then use a marker to draw on pupils and a mouth. Cut an asterisk-shaped opening where the nose should go. Slip the head onto a cabinet or dresser knob. Then use double-sided tape to stick a red circle onto the knob.

  3. SANTA: From white foam, cut out a large teardrop-shaped face with a circle at the tip. Cut an asterisk-shaped opening in the center where a nose should be. With colored markers, draw on a Santa's hat and facial features, then give Santa a nose by slipping the cutout onto a cabinet knob.

  4. CANDY CANE: Trim a sheet of white foam into candy cane shapes and then draw on stripes with a broad-tipped red marker.

  5. TREE: From felt, cut out a Christmas tree shape with a tall, exaggerated top. Insert the top through a large key ring and then fold it over onto the tree. Secure the overlap to the tree with a brass paper fastener (this doubles as a treetop decoration). Decorate the tree with sticker stars or glued-on felt balls.

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