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Create Faux Malachite Knobs To Replace Plain Furniture Hardware

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Changing your hardware is a simple way to update any piece of furniture. But if you're looking to make a change and just can't seem to find the perfect new knobs, why not try today's Craft Of The Day from Teal & Lime to make your own set?

By coloring them in with Sharpie markers, you can make these $1 white ceramic knobs look like they're actually made from precious stones, such as malachite. And if you find all of the parts on sale like this blogger did, you can redo a whole dresser for only $20.

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Photo by Jackie from Teal & Lime

Visit Teal & Lime to check out the full tutorial.

And, be sure to check out our other great crafts in our Craft Of The Day slideshow below.

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