Painting command hooks to blend in with my front door.
The greatest ideas are the simplest. -William Golding
PAINTING COMMAND HOOKS FOR MY FRONT DOOR
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I ALMOST feel silly for posting this.
Recently, I shared an Instagram story about painting a command hook for my front door. It’s so simple, and yet people loved the idea, so I thought I would share it in a blog post.
I’ve had this white command hook on my door for over two years, without issue I might add. It’s a faithful little hook; always there whenever I need to hang a new wreath.
|Faux Magnolia Wreath Project|
The only problem? I like my command hooks to be used and not seen, at least on my front door. I want my wreath to be front and center.
All of a sudden, ding the light bulb went on. I thought I might as well paint it….easy peasy!
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I took some craft paint and mixed it until it was close to my front door color. This took about 4-5 coats.
SALVAGE TIP – In between coats, you can place the paintbrush in a zip bag and place it in the fridge so it doesn’t dry out.
Now, no matter what season, I can hang my wreath on what?????? An almost invisible trusty hook!
BTW- Our front door was found at our local ReStore.
And that’s how I salvaged that situation. 🙂
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