Easy upgrade of a door hook

Want to upgrade your dollar store door hook and give it a little rustic look? Let’s face it, it does the job so why pay for a fancier one?

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This is easy peasy! You’ll need:

What to do:

Door hook | Rustic | Jute twine | Dollar store | Easy Spring Wreath | Flowers | Home Decor | Front Porch | Front door | DIY | tutorial

Add the hot glue as you go and don’t put any twine at the top of the hook, on the part that will be squeezed between the door and the frame.

Door hook | Rustic | Jute twine | Dollar store | Easy Spring Wreath | Flowers | Home Decor | Front Porch | Front door | DIY | tutorial

And voilà! This is way better don’t you think?

Door hook | Rustic | Jute twine | Dollar store | Easy Spring Wreath | Flowers | Home Decor | Front Porch | Front door | DIY | tutorial

 

Even better on the door with my DIY wreath! Pssst, follow this link if you want to know how to make this no glue wreath for less than 15$.

 

 Door hook | Rustic | Jute twine | Dollar store | Easy Spring Wreath | Flowers | Home Decor | Front Porch | Front door | DIY | tutorial

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17 thoughts on “Easy upgrade of a door hook

  1. It really is ‘all in the details’, isn’t it? I love how wrapping the hook in twine creates a much nicer look for your front door. I actually did exactly this same thing with my wreath hook a couple of years ago, using some green twine. It looks much better, now.

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