Diy door stopper ideas
This draft stopper has a nice patchwork pattern and it’s much easier to make than you may ponder. Just select a selection of fabrics in diverse colors and designs and sew them together in a row. Then you just sew around the fabrics to create the shape and you fill this one with crushed walnut shells – which are really simple to discover correct about now.
Denim Door Draft Stopper
An ancient pair of blue jeans is grand for creating a draft stopper. Not only is denim beautiful thick so it will hold that air out, it’s also a grand rustic looking fabric so it matches your rustic décor.
This stopper goes under your door so it completely blocks out every air that would attempt to get in. It’s grand for French doors or anywhere that you own a sizeable gap between the door and the frame. There really are some amazing repurposing projects for ancient jeans.
Simple 30 Minute DIY Draft Stopper
This draft stopper can be made in about half an hour and it’s really cute when it’s finished. You can use this to stop drafts under doors or around your windows. You’ll need a thick fabric, love fleece, some sand and a few Ziploc bags to make this one. It’s a quick and simple sewing project and it’s perfect for beginning sewers because you just make one endless running stitch.
Boxy Door Draft Blocker
This cute little door draft stopper not only keeps air out, it keeps out light and sound so you can use it indoors under kids’ rooms to assist them to sleep at night. It can also be used to hold that freezing air exterior where it belongs and it’s super simple to make.
You make this one with fabric, cotton batting and a filler love dry beans or lentils.
Rice Filled Draft Stopper
You don’t own to own sand to fill your draft stoppers. This one is filled with rice and it’s super simple to make. You can finish off one of these in about half an hour or even less if you are super comfortable with your sewing machine. You just create the shape of the draft stopper and then fill it with rice before sewing up the end.
Cat Litter Filled DIY Draft Stopper
This simple draft stopper is filled with cat litter and takes extremely little time to make. For this one, you will need about a half a yard of cotton fabric and five pounds of cat litter.
This one is a bit larger so it’s perfect for those entry doors and five pounds of cat litter is definitely going to stop any drafts from coming through.