Gluing scrabble tiles to handles to make a fun way to display the cabinet contents.
A small acrylic square is used as the base to create Lego knobs.
Blue glass square tiles were found in the home improvement store.
A layered handle made with glass tiles and glass globs found at the craft store was an easy way to make these colorful handles.
These were found at the wood craft store to create a mirrored knob design.
This side table was transformed by painting and adding silver leaves cut from a necklace....yes a necklace.
How easy is this to create a beach themed look to your home or furniture?
Found these napkin rings at the thrift store. I cut off the ring and glued them on to the knob base for fun coffee shop knobs.
Silk flowers made these knobs scream "spring is here" in this kitchen.
This is a wavy design made of wood. Any art medium can be used to make knobs and handles. What is your art medium?
Adding Braille labels to help those with challenges.
How about adding these wooden designs to create a themed boys room.
Add a little holiday by simply gluing silk poinsettia's to the knobs.
Yes, you can even use accent tiles as your hadles and knobs. Easily matching any décor.
This is a rock with letters engraved to inspire you. Just imagine the possibilities!
2 thin gray ceramic accent tiles, sandwiched between a black accent tile to create this sleek handle.
Add seashells to create your beach theme.
Glue on a section of bamboo for a zen feeling.
This is 2 buttons used together to create these happy knobs.
No matter your religion, you can add your religious symbols to inspire your every day life.
Add small photo frames to display your favorite pets or people.
Fall leaves and a felt scrapbook sticker was all that was needed for these Thanksgiving handles.
Made from polymer clay by a teenager was just what the 4th of July party needed.
These small canvases can really show off your skills and personality. Paint a new design for every mood or holiday.
How about using some of your colorful jewelry to update that dresser with cool blue knobs.
These are simple wooden bugs found at Michaels craft store.
Visual aids to help your little ones learn. This is a printed photo between 2 acrylic squares. Easy peasy.
Couldn't be any simpler than gluing on small cars to create a fun children's room.
This is just a spider glued on to create a creepy addition to your Halloween décor.
Even patches can be used for knobs, like this Mickey Mouse patch.
A baby block was cut in half to create these cute baby room knobs.
How about showing your team spirit by using key chain fobs to glue onto the knob base. The little hook was cut off and filed for safety.
This was a little Hello Kitty doo-da I found at the craft store.
Create or purchase crocheted or silk flowers to add a colorful touch.
These eyeballs will add to your Halloween fun.
This ornament makes a fun and festive knob.
Simply adding any of the many foamies available for a quick update to a dresser.