Trying to come up with some super cheap seasonal decor is sometimes trickier than you expect. Even a trip to the Dollar Tree where everything is..you guessed it...a dollar, can add up before you realize it.
Remember these doors from my wonderful bathroom redo?
I've had a problem trying to decide what and where I'm wanting to use these great pieces. Well, I figured it out finally and I am so happy with the result.
Two coats of paint and this is my starting point. My blank canvas.
I found this paper in my scrapbook stash and thought that it would be perfect for this time of year. I fell in love with the orange and the whimsical design.
I measured the inside panel and cut the paper to fit. In order to be able to reuse this for the other holidays later in the year, I used double sided tape to attach the paper. SOOOO happy I thought of it too.
I found these little accents at the Dollar Tree a long time ago. For some reason I felt like I needed several of them...so into the stash of goodies they went. They would work perfect to cover up the holes from the handles.
I layered some other fabric and burlap behind the bottom ones and with some sticky tac like I used here, I stuck them to the door. Why sticky tac? Simple really, so I can re-use the door.
Here's a picture of them up close. Nothing fancy really.
I knew the panel needed something extra and figured my poor girls cricut was the answer to the problem. With the following letters, H-A-R-V-E-S-T and
a little mod podge...
I ended up with this.
This took me all but an hour to make. Quick and easy. Pretty and simple. Oh yeah...and cheap too!! I am in love with the sign and am already thinking about how I'm going to work up a Christmas theme for it. Roll mind roll!!!
HAPPY HARVEST YALL!!!!!!!