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A good doorstop is always on hand, but doesn't get underfoot when it's not in use -- like this simple wedge, which hangs from a doorknob: Have a wooden wedge cut at a lumber store to measure 7 inches long, 3 inches wide, and 2 inches high at its highest end. Drill a hole through the thick end using a 3/8-inch or 1/2-inch drill bit. Sand with fine-grain sandpaper. Stain or whitewash; don't use paint, which will chip. Cut a piece of grosgrain ribbon long enough to go through the hole and over the knob, and tie.
Erika's Tip: Make a door stop for a child's room using color coordinated ribbon