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How To Make A Halloween Scroll Wall Hanging

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Learn how to make a quick and easy Halloween scroll wall hanging using shipping paper.

halloween scroll wall hanging pin image

Quick and easy crafts are some of my favorite things to make. When you add inexpensive to that, I’m a happy camper. This Halloween scroll wall hanging checks all the boxes.

You can pick up a roll of shipping paper at the dollar store, making this extremely budget-friendly. I found a smaller size roll in the Target dollar spot for $3. It’s the perfect size for the transfer that I’m using.

halloween wall scroll diy

Let me show you how easy this scroll wall hanging is to make. 

Halloween Scroll Wall Hanging


Halloween Wall Scroll Supplies

This literally takes about 10 minutes to make. The chalk couture transfer has a sticky back, so just add it to the center of the kraft roll.

flying lessons transfer on scroll wall hanging

Use the squeegee to add the cadet blue and white paste. A little goes a long way, so be sure not to add too much.

chalk couture paste on transfer

Slowly remove the transfer and reveal your beautiful Halloween image! Can’t get much easier than that.

close up of halloween image on wall scroll

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If you have never used Chalk Couture, here is a printable which shows the four simple steps for applying a transfer:

chalk couture transfer image steps

Because the kraft roll was a lot longer than I needed, I had to come up with something to use as a roll to get that classic scroll look. Here is what I used:

halloween ornament tube

Fancy, right? You probably could use an empty paper towel roll or plastic wrap roll as well. I just happened to be working on a Halloween ornament wreath so I had this handy.

Just add a little hot glue to secure a tube to each end. The great thing is you can make several different scrolls out of one kraft roll.

Best Way To Hang A Wall Scroll

The easiest way to hang your Halloween scroll is to hot glue a long piece of twine to the inside of each side of the top of the scroll.

Because scrolls are very light, you can hang it with a command strip if you want to avoid adding a nail hole.

I will definitely be making a Christmas scroll wall hanging. Wouldn’t they make great gifts too? Is this something you could see yourself making?

If you have any questions about Chalk Couture, or would like to join my free VIP Chalk Couture Group, where I offer exclusive promotions and kits, please request to join here.

Halloween Scroll Wall Hanging Pin Image

You may also want to check out my post for the teal pumpkin project here.

make-a-succulent-pumpkin for the teal pumpkin project

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Wednesday 9th of October 2019

Such a cute idea! I never realized how easy this could be.

Barbara Chapman

Tuesday 8th of October 2019

Very cute idea, Michelle! Saved this to a couple of different boards of mine on Pinterest. Thanks for the great tutorial!!!

Happy fall, Barb :)

Maria Brittis

Tuesday 8th of October 2019

this is so cute! you can do a easier version for the kids


Tuesday 8th of October 2019

This is so cute and seems so easy to create!

Michelle Leslie

Tuesday 8th of October 2019

Oh my, I love this idea, Michelle. So many decorating possibilities are popping into my head right now. Thanks so much for the inspiration

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