Not a lot of energy for big, complicated projects today - but these will be very useful all the same. You can listen in here.
Here's the finished doorstop - just wrapped with scrap fabric like a present and hand-stitched into place.
A scrap of rubberized shelf liner on the bottom will help keep the doorstop from skidding on the hardwood floor. You could achieve the same effect with a few squiggles of puffy paint or harvesting a non-skid bottom from old slippers or pajama feet.
I put a little strap on the side just because I could. Probably doesn't need it.
And here's what it looks like underneath. A double-bagging of old cereal box liners, with a few scoops of sand inside, wrapped up with packing tape. It's about the size of a small brick.