This post was a guest post for Cheri, but as most of you know we like to repost these so that the content will be on our own blog. If you’ve already seen it, I apologize. Stop by tomorrow for a simple/easy project!
Way back in November (?) I started working on my kitchen. I had this microwave cart.
I changed it up a little to hold my microwave, and a small convection oven. To do that I had to remove the doors.
While I was looking for a piece of wood to use for a sign, I stumbled across this door. I had already cut the vinyl with my Silhouette, and when I laid the vinyl on this little door, it fit perfectly!
I sanded it a little and painted it with an oops red.
I drilled two extra holes for additional knobs and sanded the red a little, but then I decided I wanted it “aged” a little.
I used one of my favorite “chip” brushes to give it a dry brush effect.
I sorted through some of my knobs to find three that I thought would look great. (See that larger scalloped flower looking piece? Look for that next week)
Three little knobs, perfect for t-towels in the kitchen, or some of those cute mason jar candle holders in the bathroom.
This is an image from the Silhouette online store.