Welcome guests to your home with this cute Thanksgiving Door Hanger. I’ll show you how to make this easy craft in about an hour for under $5 with Dollar Tree supplies!
I’m so excited to be one of the newest members of The Thrifty Style Team! This talented group of bloggers gets together on the second Friday of every month to share budget friendly crafts, decor and recipes. This month our theme is all about thrifty Thanksgiving ideas. Many thanks to our hostess, Julie from Redhead Can Decorate, for keeping us organized. There are links to all of the creative projects at the end of this post. Be sure to visit them all for plenty of Thanksgiving inspiration!
How to Make a Thanksgiving Door Hanger
This is a crazy cheap and simple project…right up my alley! You can find most of the supplies at Dollar Tree, such as the turkey cut out, paint and metal word. I had the turkey feathers in my craft stash, but you can find them online or at a craft store.
I love to craft with Dollar Tree wood cut outs. They give you a lot of bang for your buck! You may also like my Pumpkin Truck Sign and the St. Patrick’s Day Pot O’ Gold Door Hanger that I also made with Dollar Tree wood cut outs.
- Dollar Tree wooden turkey cut out
- brown chalk or acrylic paint
- hot glue gun and glue sticks
- Dollar Tree metal “Thankful” word
- 8 turkey feathers
Turkey Door Hanger Instructions
Paint the turkey cut out with brown paint. Let it dry for about 15 minutes and apply a second coat.
Arrange turkey feathers in desired pattern on the turkey cut out. I also trimmed off the pointed ends of the feathers.
Hot glue the feathers onto the turkey cut out.
Hot glue the metal word onto the turkey cut out.
Done! Now you can attach the turkey door hanger to your front door.
I just love my Tom turkey Thanksgiving door hanger! He looks so regal and handsome. I hope you like him too 🙂
Now it’s time to check out what the rest of the Thrifty Style Team has created for Thanksgiving. Grab a cup of your favorite beverage and enjoy!
Redhead Can Decorate –How to Create I Miss My Mom Tablescape
Our Crafty Mom –Thanksgiving Hostess Gift Idea
I Should Be Mopping the Floor –Thanksgiving Floral Centerpiece
The How to Home-Fresh Roasted Brussel Sprouts and Sweet Potatoess
DIY Beautify –Pleated DIY Paper Table Runner for Thanksgiving
2 Bees in a Pod –Olive Thanksgiving Tablescape
The Tattered Pew –Free Thanksgiving Place Cards
Cottage on Bunker Hill –Make Ahead Holiday Breakfast Baked Goods
Amy Sadler Designs –Heirloom Pumpkin Kitchen Dish Towel
Simple Nature Decor –Pine Cone Napkin Ring for Rustic Thanksgiving Tablescape
Zucchini Sisters – Thanksgiving Door Hanger Dollar Tree DIY