How to Make Rubber Toy Drawer Pulls
Add a playful touch to your kid's dresser with drawer pulls made from repurposed toys.
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Cut Toys to Size
Hold and cut each of the rubber or thick plastic toys with a reciprocating saw and pliers (Images 1-3), being careful to keep hands away from the moving blades. Note: Always wear safety goggles when operating an electric saw.
Drill Holes in Toys
Use a 1/8-inch bit to drill 1/2-inch deep pilot holes in the center of each toy.
Measure for Toy Placement
Measure and mark the locations for each hardware piece with a marker or pencil, ensuring all marks are the same distance from the outside edges of the drawer and on the same center horizontal plane.
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