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DIY Fall Door Decoration

DIY Wreath

You will need the following items for this DIY FallWreath

MDF Letters:

1- Mdf Classic Font Wood Letters 9.5″-Letter F

1- Mdf Classic Font Wood Letters 9.5″-Letter A

2- MDF Classic Font Wood Letters 9.5″-Letter L

Plaid Mod Podge 8-Ounce, Gloss

Plaid:Craft Martha Stewart Basic Brush Set 5/Pkg-

Command Wire Hooks, 9-Hook

Patterned scrapbook or tissue paper

Wide Ribbon

scissors

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Step 1: Turn the scrapbook paper over AND turn your letter over. Trace around your letter, leaving about 1/2 inch border. Cut it out.

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Step 2: Apply a thick layer of Mod Podge over the front and sides of the MDF letter.

Step 3: Apply the scrapbook or tissue paper on the letter. Bend and press around the edges and backside. Make slit cuts along any corner or curves to aid in bending. Patch any exposed areas with pieces of the scrap paper. Smooth out any air bubbles.

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Step 4: Cover the entire letter with another layer of gloss Mod Podge and allow to dry.

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Step 5: Tie each letter with varying lengths of ribbon and add any embellishments or adornments you like.

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Step 6: Hang the DIY Fall Wreath from your door. Make your letters “FALL” down the door. Here are a few hanging options.

METAL DOORS- I have a metal door so nailing anything to it is out of the question. To attach the ribbons to the door, Used four 3M Command hooks and applied them to the inside of my door. Applied them upside down so you could tie the ribbon to the hook. The ribbon extends from the hook, over the top, and down the front of the door. A less expensive (though less attractive) option is to use painters tape to secure the ribbon on the inside of the door. The choice is yours.

WOOD DOORS- If you have a wood door you can pin each ribbon to the top edge of the door with an upholstery flat tack. Tap it in with a hammer.