I am so excited to finally be able to reveal my DIY Holiday Door Hanger! Last week I announced that I was partnering with Home Depot along with a group of talented bloggers to bring you our version of the #DIHWorkshop tutorial. The great news is that these classes are available monthly at your local Home Depot for free and all you have to do is register! This months class is for the DIY Holiday Door Hanger.
Here’s What We Are Making
So festive, right? And super affordable and easy to make. All materials used for this project cost under $40. All the bloggers that took part in this virtual party put their own spin or personal touches on their Door Hanger and I love that with a little paint and creativity you can make this project your own.
Here’s How I Personalized My Door Hanger
I added a scarf made from a painters drop cloth found in the painting aisle at Home Depot. I also added a red nose by taking a door knob and spray painting it red. I used a basic drill bit to drill a hole big enough to fit the base of the door knob and added a little glue and attached it. For the antlers, I just drew freehand on some left over wood from another project and used a skill saw to cut them out. I painted them gold and attached them with the wood glue. I added a few little nails for extra support. All of these steps are optional, of course. With just a little paint you can personalize these fun Door Hangers! So get creative and have fun!
If you love this project as much as I do then I’d love for you to build your own! I’d love to see how you personalize it. Don’t forget these classes are free and held at your local Home Depot. To sign up for classes, all you have to do is register! Home Depot offers a wide variety of free workshops for all ages and skill levels. They are the Do-it-Yourself (DIY), Do-it-Herself (DIH) and Kids. Visit www.workshops.homedepot.com to learn more.
One of my favorite parts of this party is being able to see what others have created for their #DIHWorkshop project. For some fun inspiration and to see more options of this fun project, head on over to each bloggers post. Have fun reading and creating and thanks for stopping by!
Huge thanks to Home Depot for sponsoring this post.