DIY Easy Cabinet Knob Necklace

Hi everyone! Today I am going to share a super easy diy with you, cabinet knob necklaces! These little necklaces are so fun to make, and it is a great way to use those fabulous knobs that you cannot afford to redecorate your entire kitchen with. I have a small obsession with Anthropologie’s furniture knobs, and I will frequently pick up just one or two because I love them so much. Sometimes I use them in my furniture revamps, but most of them are sitting in a box in my craft room. I thought it would be fun to make a few necklaces with some of them. Check them out!

Here’s What You Need:

*Cabinet Knobs

*Metal Cutting Blade and Dremmel

*Metal Jewelry End Caps



*Clasps and Jump Rings


The first thing you need to do is cut the threaded bolt on your knob down. Cut the bolt on the back of the knob down to about 1/8″ or so with the dremmel fitted with a wheel that will cut metal. *Wear protective eyewear. Now, fill the metal end cap with a little bit of E-6000. Insert the end of the knob that is left into the end cap. Center the cap on top of the back of the knob, and let dry. Once the cap is dry and cured, you can string the knob onto some chain. I made mine long, so my chain was about a yard long on my longest and instead of using a clasp I attached the chain ends with a jump ring since it would slide right over my head and did not need a clasp.

I really love wearing my knob necklaces! They are my newest go to accessory for everyday, and they go with just about everything I wear! I hope some of you will give this one a try sometime! It’s so easy and fun! I made mine in under half an hour. I’ll be back Thursday with another fun diy. Until then…

Happy Crafting!

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5 Responses

  1. Cindy Holmes

    Wow this is absolutely amazing and awesome too! Thank you zoo much for this wonderful clever idea!!!! truly talented!!!

  2. Fabulous job! Thanks for sharing :)

  3. Hi there, I’d love to try this for Christmas gifts but I’m having trouble figuring out the right size end caps to buy. I have some Anthropologie knobs so I know the threaded bolt is the same size… what size did you end caps did you use?

    • You want to use an end cap that has an inside diameter of at least 5mm. I believe the ones I used were around 8 or 10mm on the inside, but I have used caps that were as small as 5mm. Hope that helps. Best wishes :)