Learn how to make a quick and easy Halloween scroll wall hanging using shipping paper.
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.
Let me show you how easy this scroll wall hanging is to make.
Halloween Scroll Wall Hanging
- Kraft Roll
- Surebonder Cordless Hot Glue Gun
- Flying Lessons Transfer
- Chalkology Paste – Bright White
- Chalkology Paste – Cadet
- Chalk Couture Squeegee
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.
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.
Slowly remove the transfer and reveal your beautiful Halloween image! Can’t get much easier than that.
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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:
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:
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?
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You may also want to check out my post for the teal pumpkin project here.
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