Welcome! Today, I’ll show you how to create a charming and budget-friendly fall wood round for your door. As autumn approaches, what better way to welcome the season than with a touch of festive elegance at your doorstep? In just a few simple steps, I’ll guide you through the process of transforming an ordinary wooden round into a stunning fall-themed masterpiece.
Whether you’re a seasoned crafter or a beginner, this project is perfect for anyone looking to add a cozy and inviting touch to their home decor this fall season. Get ready to embrace the beauty of fall with this easy and inexpensive DIY project!
The first thing you’ll want to do is get a wood rounnd from Dollar Tree. I grabbed this one, which was left over from the summer season.
I sanded it smoothly and wiped it very well.
I painted the bottom half white so that it would lighten the surface. This will ensure the design will not bleed through the vinyl.
Cover the bottom half with white vinyl from Dollar Tree.
Remove the excess vinyl from the edges by sanding it down or cutting it off.
Cover the top half with blue vinyl and remove the excess vinyl from the edges as the previous step mentioned.
You can add any graphics to the bottom half of the wood round. I decided to add window clings from Dollar Tree. They are beautifully designed, and they stick to the glossy vinyl prefectly.
You can add as many clings as you’d like. Ensure that they all have a cohesive look to them.
You can add bows to the top of the wood round. I stacked two bows on top of each other and hot glued them to the top of the wood round.
I added greenery to each side of the bows, hot gluing them under the bow.
Add a vibrant color flower to the center of the bows. This is optional, but I think it adds tons of color and character.
Add ribon to the back to be able to hang it.
And that’s it! What a beautiful and easy wood round anyone can make this fall season!
What do you think? Will you give it a try!?
Don’t forget that you can watch the step-by-step video tutorial here below! PLUS, you can watch three new DIY crafts for fall!
Have fun creating!