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Fabulous Farmhouse Pumpkin Door Hanger From Dollar Tree

This farmhouse pumpkin door hanger uses Dollar Tree supplies and is a beautiful addition to your fall decor. 

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You may have seen my Dollar Tree fall haul that I shared recently.

Having a craft and home decorating blog, I have to get supplies early, especially at Dollar Tree because they always sell out.

Case in point, I had a reader message me saying she has not been able to find any of the orange foam pumpkins that are very popular for makeover.

Here are a few of my favorites Dollar Tree pumpkin crafts:

One of the things I picked up was a metal pumpkin wreath form and boy am I glad I did because they are long gone!

I went back to get a couple of more and was kicking myself.

So I knew I wanted to make something fabulous with this one lone pumpkin.

I’m kind of in love with it, ha, ha! It has a farmhouse style to it with natural wood beads and burlap backing.

I’m going with blues and oranges for my fall decor this year.

It’s a little non-traditional, but I’ve never really been a traditional girl. 

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Here is what you need to make your own farmhouse pumpkin door hanger:

supplies for pumpkin door hanger

Instructions For Farmhouse Pumpkin Door Hanger

Step 1. Snip the wire

Snip the wire at the top of the pumpkin form using tin snips or wire cutters.

cutting pumpkin wire

Step 2. Add wood beads

Add wood beads to each piece of wire through the hole in the beads until it is filled with beads.

I also used copper spray paint for the wire pumpkin, but that is totally optional.

wood beads on wire pumpkin

Step 3. Cut burlap

Lay the pumpkin form onto a layer of burlap and cut around it.

pumpkin on burlap

Step 4. Hot glue burlap to the wire wreath form

Secure the burlap to the pumpkin using a hot glue gun.

It’s easier to add the glue directly to the wire and carefully press the burlap down. Don’t burn your fingers!

cut burlap with pumpkin

Step 5. Glue wood stem

Hot glue a wood stem for the top of the pumpkin.

Then add the fall leaves and floral stems using hot glue.

Start at the top and continue adding until you are happy with the placement. 

fall stems glued to pumpkin form

Step 6. Glue flowers

Save the statement flowers for last. In this case, the beautiful blue stems were added last to give a nice pop of color against the deep oranges and yellows. 

blue flowers on pumpkin

Step 7. Add twine for hanging

Tie a piece of twine to the back for hanging. 

twine for hanging pumpkin

I’m seriously loving how this pumpkin door hanger turned out.

The colors are so vibrant and it’s a nice change from a standard grapevine wreath. 

close up of flowers on pumpkin door hanger

This would also look great hanging up inside the house, or added to a mirror or chalkboard for dimension and texture.

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I hope you enjoyed this fall wreath. Let me know in the comments below if this is something you could see yourself making.

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Have a great day and happy crafting!

farmhouse pumpkin door hanger diy

Fabulous Farmhouse Pumpkin Door Hanger From Dollar Tree

Yield: 1 Door Hanger
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Active Time: 45 minutes
Total Time: 1 hour
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: $10-15

See how easy it is to make a gorgeous farmhouse pumpkin door hanger with almost all of the supplies from the Dollar Tree. This fall wreath will look great on a front door, or even hanging up inside your home as a lovely addition to your fall decor.

Materials

  • Dollar Tree Pumpkin Metal Wreath
  • Sunflower Stems
  • Fall Dahlia Stems
  • Fall Leaves
  • Cotton Stems
  • Fall Feather Stems
  • Wood Beads
  • Burlap

Tools

  • Cordless Hot Glue Gun
  • All In One Multi-Tool

Instructions

  1. Snip the wire at the top of pumpkin form using tin snips or wire cutters.
  2. Add wood beads to each piece of wire until it is filled with beads.
  3. Lay the pumpkin form onto a layer of burlap and cut around it.
  4. Secure the burlap to the pumpkin using a hot glue gun.
  5. Hot glue a wood stem for the top of the pumpkin. 
  6. Add the fall leaves and floral stems using hot glue.
  7. Tie a piece of twine to the back for hanging.

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Marian

Monday 17th of October 2022

I made one but definitely took longer than an hour

Becky Lee

Monday 3rd of October 2022

Adorable

Diana

Tuesday 20th of September 2022

Was just wondering how you secure the ends of wire that you cut to thread on the beads.

Cricket

Friday 9th of September 2022

How did you reattach the beaded wires to the frame? What kind of glue did you use?

Wendy Warden

Wednesday 13th of October 2021

Hi, how do you reattach wires to the form after putting the beads on them? Thanks!!

ourcraftymom

Thursday 14th of October 2021

Hi Wendy. I line it up right where the frame is and hot glue it. You won't even see it due to the added flowers. Hope that helps.

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