Diy 3D Dollar Tree Pumpkin Door hanger
When fall rolls around you know it’s all about the pumpkins. As a crafter, your mind runs in every direction trying to figure out what the next pumpkin project is that you’re going to make. Let me help you out – this 3D Dollar Tree Pumpkin door hanger with dollar tree wooden beads! It is super easy to put together and I’m going to show you how. It only takes a few supplies and is super easy to put together.
Supplies Needed to make your DOLLAR TREE WOODEN BEADS pumpkin
Pumpkin Form – Dollar Tree
Wood Beads – I found this variety pack on Amazon
Paint – Mettalic Copper Paint, Waverly Paint in the colors Pumpkin, Agave, and Plaster, then my favorite paint – Decor Art Burnt Umber
Rope – The photo has the rope in it however after I was done I didn’t end up using it, but if you like it you can use it to wrap around the rim
Let’s start making this 3D Dollar Tree Pumpkin! First, we will paint the frame copper. I did paint it, but noticed it may be best to spray paint it, so do what you think is best! Once your pumpkin is dry, snip off the ends of the pumpkins.
USE WIRE SNIPPERS
Now comes the fun part, painting your beads. You can do any color combination you like. I’ve been loving copper lately and almost every project uses Burt Umber, so I knew I had to include that color in this project too. The wood bead pack comes with a Large, Medium, and Small beads.
I used a total of 8 of the large beads and simply took a baby wipe with paint and coated the bead.
For the medium-size beads, I painted them with the copper. This combo I did can be changed up to fit your style. A total of 18 mediums were used for my 3D Dollar Tree pumpkin.
For the small beads, put them in a plastic bag or you could also use a small bowl to coat the beads in paint. Coat the beads and then let them dry. About 72 beads are needed to fill all the rows in the pattern – 24 Waverly Pumpkin, 24 Agave, 24 Plaster
let’s wrap up this 3D Pumpkin door hanger!
Simply string the beads onto the form. I used the large as my anchor so I could put the last bead on and hot glue it back to the base. Make sure to hold down each row for the glue to set. THAT’S IT! Hang it on your door and I guarantee your neighbors will be jealous!
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One thing you may know is bows aren’t my expertise so raffia to finish off the top is exactly what I did!
Can you imagine the possibilities? Hoping you are inspired to give this a try! If you do make it be sure to leave a comment below I would love to hear from you!
As always PIN IT for Later this way you always have it available for when you’re ready to create your own! Oh I can’t forget if you loved this pumpkin you will absolutely love this one Diy Copper Leaf Pumpkin