This simple Dollar Tree DIY for Fall is popular with readers and on Pinterest every year. Using a pumpkin sign and a few Fall touches you can make this super easy project in no time!
I’ve been obsessed lately with watching the Dollar Tree decor videos on YouTube- who knew there were so many things you could create using Dollar Tree merchandise?! I popped in my local store the other day and picked up a bunch of their Fall items and here is my Dollar Tree DIY pumpkin sign!
How to Make a Pumpkin Sign for Fall
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I started with this pumpkin-shaped sign
I removed the raffia and metal leaf. Since the writing is a little raised and there is glitter embedded in the writing on the sign, I flipped it over and painted the backside using Waverly chalk paint in the “Moss” shade.
After the green paint dried, I dry brushed on some white paint to define the pumpkin shape.
To decorate my pumpkin I used the “Harvest” word from the 3-pack from Dollar Tree, a burlap leaf, and I pulled apart a flower pick I had leftover from my Fall wreath project.
I hot glued the “Harvest” on the pumpkin, then I glued the burlap leaf and the green leaf on the stem.
Next, I attached a sprig of berries and a pinecone.
I love how this came out! The best part is it only took me a few minutes to put this Dollar Tree DIY pumpkin sign together!
If you love Dollar Tree DIYs check out this Fall Garland that I made using a few items from the store!!
After reading to bio, we must be soul sisters but on opposite coasts. I am an early bird (best thinking, praying and get things done time), coffee is my addition (I have a coffee broker who roast special blends just for me), nothing like the ocean breeze to calm the nerves, and I too, LOVE Hallmark movies (especially the Christmas in July one).
I love you projects. I look forward into seeing what you create.
YES!! I slept until 6 this morning and I felt like a teenager!!! Early mornings drinking coffee while everyone is asleep is my favorite way to start any day!!
Your sign turned out great! I’ll be adding your tutorial to my fall round-up. You definitely can’t tell it only took $1 on the sign & just a little more for the other items needed!
Thanks Niki!! I appreciate that so much!