If you've got some spare fabric then you might just want to whip-up one of these fabric doorstops. I think you'll find that they are a-door-able.
Re-use big plastic tubs as a base for these giant mushroom doorstops designed by Knick Knack and Ric Rac.
Save That Pickle Jar shares a way to use a plastic tub as both a flower pot doorstop and hidden storage.
Make an Open Sesame Doorstop with Wolf and Willow.
Ohfransson shared a tutorial to make a nine-patch doorstop.
Make a chicken doorstop with Sally Cameron Griffiths on guardian.co.uk.
If you like the idea of an animal guarding your door, make this feline doorstop from felt with a tutorial from Wee Folk Art.
Wee Folk Art also has a tutorial for an owl doorstop made of felt.
And Wee Folk has a doorstop bunny tutorial that would be great for Easter or year round.
Make a dinosaur doorstop with this tutorial from Lace Hearts.
This doorstop featuring a stuffed animal all tucked up for bed using a brick as a base, as designed by Suzy's Artsy Craftsy Sitcom.
Keep it simple with this sand filled pyramid doorstop from au.lifestyle.yahoo.com.
Shabby Art Boutique offers an even simpler idea of a decorative fabric bag doorstop.
So prop that door to the sewing room open and let in the creativity!