DIY: door knob ta­ble num­ber


Our pro­ject this is­sue gives you an­other chance to get handy with your power tools. We fell in love with this idea that we found over­seas and it’s the per­fect fit for an eclec­tic mix and match wed­ding. Mak­ing each one with dif­fer­ent com­po­nents suits this look per­fectly.


Piece of wood – our piece was 240mm x 87mm Power Drill with small drill bit Flat Head Screw­driver Door or Drawer Knob Let­ter­box Num­ber Dec­o­ra­tive or Key Plate Stand

Step One:

With a pen­cil, mark drilling po­si­tions for plate and me­tal num­ber holes.

Step Two:

Drill holes.

Step Three:

Screw knob into dec­o­ra­tive plate and wood. You will need to screw them to­gether at the same time oth­er­wise the plate may not sit flat on wood.

Step Four:

Screw in me­tal num­ber with flat head screw­driver. Place each one on a stand and you’re done! Mix with dif­fer­ent vases, can­dle­hold­ers and ca­sual blooms to com­plete your ta­ble dé­cor. Visit A Touch of Class’s Blog for more de­tails on this su­per cute pro­ject, ad­di­tional hire in­for­ma­tion and other fan­tas­tic ideas! With ten years in the wed­ding and event in­dus­try, they have the ex­pe­ri­ence and cre­ative­ness that will en­sure your wed­ding por­trays an im­age of so­phis­ti­ca­tion, el­e­gance and style ev­ery time.

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