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October 6, 2017

Dollar Store Halloween Crafts: Halloween Door Hanger

Using just three dollar store items and some spray paint, you can make your own cute Halloween door hanger!

DIY Halloween Dollar Store Door Hanger


Hey everyone-- thanks for stopping by today, whether you are a regular reader or just joining us through the blog hop.  I went to our local Dollar Tree in search of inspiration for some Halloween crafts, and came away with supplies for three different projects!

Today I'm going to show you how I turned this

DIY Halloween Dollar Store Door Hanger


into this.

DIY Halloween Dollar Store Door Hanger



First, I picked up some Rustoleum spray paint in Rustic Orange.  This stuff is great because it has awesome coverage, and it bonds to plastic, which was really important since my tray is made out of plastic.

I turned my platter over so I'd have a great shape to build from and sprayed two coats of spray paint, leaving time for drying in between.

DIY Halloween Dollar Store Door Hanger


Once it was dry, it was time to turn this yard sign into parts for my hanger.  I chopped off the stick part, then cut it into pieces to form a stem for my pumpkin.

DIY Halloween Dollar Store Door Hanger


I attached the stem with hot glue, then attached the "Beware" part of the yard sign onto my pumpkin as a banner.

DIY Halloween Dollar Store Door Hanger


I finished off with a bow made from cute Dollar Tree Halloween ribbon!

Halloween Bow

This is perfect to welcome all your Halloween guests to your door!

DIY Halloween Dollar Store Door Hanger

Pin this to make it later!

Use just three dollar store supplies and some spray paint to make your own Halloween Door Hanger!


Now, Please join Barb Garrett of The Everyday Home and all of these other fabulous bloggers participating in this Dollar Store Halloween Crafts Blog Hop.










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