Give your front door a festive makeover on a budget with this DIY Dollar Tree Farmhouse Christmas Door Hanger. This dollar tree christmas decor idea only costs $6 in supplies so you can give your home a farmhouse touch without breaking the bank. It only takes 30 minutes to make so it’s a quick and easy dollar store christmas craft idea.
This Dollar Tree Farmhouse Christmas Door Hanger is made from a stretched canvas frame and paint sticks. Both of which you can get for a dollar each. The paint sticks can be found at any home improvement store while the canvas came from Dollar Tree. The chalk paint, I got for a couple dollars at Micheals with a half off coupon. I used the FolkArt Home Decor Chalk Paint in White Adirondack. This type of paint has great coverage and gives it a chalky matte finish. The chalk paint, shiplap background, and galvanized word gives it farmhouse charm, making it a perfect addition to your farmhouse decor.
This dollar store Christmas craft is quick and easy to make! All you do it paint the frame and sticks and glue them together. Then, add all your Christmas picks and accents. It’s that simple!
You can add an assortment of accents to it such as a bows, Christmas picks, fake snow or a garland. You don’t have to use ribbon for hanging, you could use a twine instead or just nail it into the wall. This DIY Christmas sign would look great as a door hanger for the front door or on the wall as wall art.
DIY Dollar Tree Farmhouse Christmas Door Hanger
DIY Christmas Door Hanger
- 1 hot glue gun
- 1 glue stick
- paint brush
- 1 8X10 stretched canvas
- qt. paint sticks
- 1 metal word
- 2 christmas picks
- 1 christmas accent
- 1 piece ribbon for hanging
- 1 chalk paint white
- Remove the canvas from the wood frame by pulling it off. Dont worry about removing the staples because they will be in the back where they can't be seen.
- Paint your wood frame and 9 of the paint sticks
- Once the paint is dry, add a dab of glue to each end of the paint sticks and put them across the wood frame. You can add a slight space in between the sticks to give it that shiplap look.
- Glue the metal word in the middle of your sign. I added a small amount of glue underneath every other word to make sure it stays in place. Be careful not to use too much glue so it doesn't seep through where it can be seen.
- Glue together two christmas picks and glue them on the bottom of the frame.
- Add any other christmas accents that you want to. (optional)