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  • Trisha Loftin

    Amazing idea for kitchen cabinets! How cute is that? Fashion these sturdy handles from two same-size serving pieces. Flip one facedown, then following the package directions, apply bonding glue to the flat end of a one-inch aluminum screw post ($11.95 for box of 100; screwpost.com). Quickly press the post to the base of the flatware's handle (approximately a half inch from the end), and hold until a bond forms. Let dry for 20 minutes. At the serving end of the utensil, find the flattest point to glue on a second post (approximately two inches in from the end). Let dry, then repeat for second utensil. Remove your existing cabinet hardware and drill new holes, if necessary, to correspond with the posts. Finish by screwing flatware into place from the inside of the doors. Read more: Recycled Craft Ideas - Crafts from Recycled Materials - Country Living

  • Vanessa Nichole

    Fork & Spoon Door Pulls Fashion these sturdy handles from two same-size serving pieces. Flip one facedown, then following the package directions, apply bonding glue to the flat end of a one-inch aluminum screw post ($11.95 for box of 100; screwpost.com). Quickly press the post to the base of the flatware's handle (approximately a half inch from the end), and hold until a bond forms. Let dry for 20 minutes. At the serving end of the utensil, find the flattest point to glue on a second post (approximately two inches in from the end). Let dry, then repeat for second utensil. Remove your existing cabinet hardware and drill new holes, if necessary, to correspond with the posts. Finish by screwing flatware into place from the inside of the doors. Read more: Recycled Craft Ideas - Crafts from Recycled Materials - Country Living

  • GreenMeLocally.com

    So smart! DIY cabinet door handles.

  • Debbie Dumont

    Fork and Spoon Drawer Pulls -Recycled Craft Ideas - Crafts from Recycled Materials - Country Living

  • Jaime Banks

    Kitchen Cabinet Handles

  • Julie Cremata

    kitchen cabinet door pulls... so cute!

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these door handles made me think of you, looks like something you would like! Lori Clark Belvedere Society

Make door and drawer pulls out of old spoons?!?! Such a clever idea! Now, off to the thrift stores, yard sales, and Salvation Army I go, since I've been looking for kitchen cabinet hardware online and I refuse to pay those prices!!

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Ever since we moved a year and a half ago I've wanted handles on all our kitchen cupboard doors and drawers, but they're just so stinking expensive! Not if I try this out!!!

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What a cute front door. i love the "hello" on the front. I think i would paint my door blue/teal tho