Maybe you're changing the handles on a bedside table or cupboard? Or perhaps you're customising a toybox? Before you get going, choose which handles you'd like to replace with – we have a great range in-store, with lots of options to choose from.
Before you get painting and decorating, give your new handle a going-over with a sanding block or some sandpaper – you'll know it's ready when the finish becomes nice and dull. This is an important step as it allows your primer and paint to stick properly.
Once you've sanded and cleaned away the dust with a microfiber cloth, you're ready for your first coat of primer. Grab a dust mask and place your knob on a dustsheet, or piece of paper. Give the handle a coating of the primer, spraying 20cm away from the surface in nice, even strokes.
While you're waiting for your primer to dry (this shouldn't take too long), paint the letters you've chosen to place on top. We're using wooden letters.
Once your primer is dry, you're ready to paint your handle – we're using a Dulux colour we purchased in a sample pot.
Once the paint on your handle is dry, you're ready to stick on your letter. You can use superglue or liquid nails for this, but remember to be careful – this stuff is permanent! Apply the glue to the back of your letter then place firmly onto the handle, positioning in the centre. You can customise, using any colour or letter combinations you like.
How easy was that? Customised knobs can often be expensive, but we did this whole on a tight budget. Bargain!