A few of our blogger partners used their savvy DIY skills to develop a round-up of both cheery and frightful door hangers for their front porches. These are their versions of a fun seasonal door hanger project we featured in our Home Depot Do-It-Herself Workshops .
The wooden door hanger is reversible, so you can make one side for Halloween and the other for Christmas. Just flip the door hanger over once Halloween is over, and you’re ready for Christmas.
We asked some of our favorite DIY and design bloggers to create their own versions of this holiday door hanger. They had some fantastic ideas on how to decorate the hanger! Take a look. You’ll agree that their ideas for the door hanger are so creative and fun!
Fun Ideas for Our Seasonal Door Hanger
Glam Holiday Santa
Summer of She Leaves A Little Sparkle completed her Santa seasonal door hanger with a splash glam. Rust-Oleum Glitter spray paint and Rust-Oleum Metallic spray paint completed this look. Check out her full glitzy tutorial on her blog.
Rustic Santa Claus
Add this Rustic Santa Door Hanger to your holiday decor — it’s simple to make and such a fun addition to your home or front door!
We love that Kelly of Live Laugh Rowe tried something new with her rustic Santa Claus door hanger. This concept would complement a farmhouse porch beautifully! Get the full tutorial and details for taming Santa’s drop cloth beard on her blog.
Halloween decor simply isn’t complete without a sassy witch! Julie of Redhead Can Decorate equipped her witch his flow locks, a daring smile and eyes that glow. Check out her wicked witch tutorial on her blog!
Vintage Pumpkin Jack-O’-Lantern
Cami of TIDBITS blog opted for a vintage spin on the traditional jack-o’- lantern with this pumpkin pattern – how adorable! Check out her blog for the full character door hanger tutorial and to download the printable for your project.
Our Do-It-Herself (DIH) Workshops are a lot of fun. The best part is that your local Home Depot store will have a captain on site to assist if the project calls for power tools or even multiple hands. The Home Depot also holds Do-It Yourself Workshops and Kids Workshops for the little ones.
Bookmark our Home Depot Workshops page for the schedule and upcoming projects.
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