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Fairy Toadstool Cupboard Knobs

by Jane (follow)
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Transform a wardrobe or chest of drawers by making some fairy toadstool cupboard knobs. We made these for a woodland-themed bedroom.



Toadstool door knobs, toadstool cupboard, kids bedroom fairy accessories


Time: 15 minutes plus drying time
Age: Any age
Level: Easy

Materials
Wooden drawer knobs with round tops
Red paint
White paint



Toadstool door knobs, toadstool cupboard, kids bedroom fairy accessories
Pack of low cost wooden drawer knobs




Plain cupboard, changing knobs on wardrobe
Wardrobe before


Method
Paint the top of the wooden drawer knobs red, leaving a wooden strip visible at the base of the knobs.



Toadstool door knobs, toadstool cupboard, kids bedroom fairy accessories


When dry, add white spots on top of the red area using a paintbrush.



Toadstool door knobs, toadstool cupboard, kids bedroom fairy accessories


Allow to dry.
Remove the existing knobs from the cupboard. Usually you can do this easily by removing the screw from the inside of the drawer.



Plain cupboard, changing knobs on wardrobe
Remove old drawer knobs


Screw on the toadstool cupboard knobs.



Plain cupboard, changing knobs on wardrobe




Plain cupboard, changing knobs on wardrobe
Wardrobe after


It's as easy as that!

Categories
#Fairy
#Toadstool
#Forest
#Bedroom
#Any age
#Parent craft
#Easy
#Woodland
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This is gorgeous. I was obsessed with fairies when I was little, I would have loved this!
This really makes the room brighter!! Nice idea.
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