Door Handle Hangers


I have another project that I’ve made with my little visitor to share today and this one comes with a cut file for you. I made some Door Handle Hangers, there are 2 designs to chose from so they should fit on any style of Door Handle that you may have. The one we made today is for my little helper to take home and hang on her bedroom door :)

First we chose one of the designs and cut it from some chipboard. I cut the shape twice more from some patterned paper remembering to mirror one as I was using single sided paper. I glued the paper to both sides of my chipboard and it was ready to decorate.

To decorate ours, we used the heart from the heart easel card and layered the little girls name over the top (I blanked it out in the photo). We finished the decoration with some glitter paper, ribbon and heart sparkles.

Door Hanger 1

Door Hanger 2

Here’s your Free Cut File – Formats include ai, dxf, gsd, mtc, pdf, studio & svg:
(click on the link below the image to download)

Door Handle Hangers by Bird

Door Handle Hangers Digital Cutting File by Bird

We also made some Coconut Macaroons this week so, if you are looking for an easy-peasy recipe to make with your little ones, check this out: Simple Coconut Macaroons

We covered some Brazil Nuts with the left over Chocolate…yummy! ;)

20 thoughts on “Door Handle Hangers

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  2. Trish

    This is a great project to do with our sweet little ones. I have some crafty grandchildren who will love doing this! Thank you for the cut file and the inspiration!

  3. MarARET

    Thank you for sharing your beautiful cutting files. I have saved some to my computer but am unable to pick them up for cutting with my silhuette. I am fairly new to this, is there something I’m missing please? Thanks Margaret

    1. Bird Post author

      Each folder contains files you can use with your Silhouette.

      Use either the .studio or if you have the designer edition then you can also use the SVG. Some of my early files don’t have the .studio version so you will need to use the GSD instead.

  4. Michelle E

    Thanks so much for this Bird, I am going to make it for my daughter who needs a little lift at the minute. xx

  5. Charliann

    I love all of your projects… the finished samples are so beautiful. I have already donated because I’ve gotten so many patterns and ideas from you. I have a question about making things that have to be sturdy… like 3D boxes. Do you cut the design out of chipboard or heavy cardstock and then cut another piece, or pieces, out of decorative papers and then glue it on top?

    Thanks so much!

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