Stop a drafty door in its tracks with this decorative, DIY door stopper.
- Measure the length of your door, and cut the fabric to match. Fold the fabric in half, and measure 5–6 inches down from the fold. Cut the fabric in half to form two rectangles with the same length as the door, that are each between 5–6 inches wide.
- Lay the fabric pattern-side-down (if applicable). Hot glue the rectangles together on all sides, besides the top end.
Tip: Apply the glue as you go, so that it doesn’t dry before you are able to secure the fabric together.
- Once the glue is set, flip the fabric inside out, and add rice into the open side until the rectangle is full.
- Hot glue the opening closed, and let dry before using.
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