Dollar Tree Pumpkin Sign DIY

7 Materials
15 Minutes

I made this cute Fall sign last weekend using things I found at my local Dollar Tree. It only takes a few minutes to put it all together.

I started with this orange pumpkin sign. I removed the raffia bow and metal leaf and also removed the jute twine that is used to hang it up with.

I painted the back side of the sign- the wording on the front had glitter outlines and I knew that would show through.I chose a mossy green chalk paint to match some other Fall decor I have.

One coat did the trick!

When the green paint dried I added a little white detailing. I followed the curves of the pumpkin. I added very little white paint to my brush when I did this.

I picked up this pack of burlap leaves and the metal words pack from the Dollar Tree Fall section.

I hot glued on the “Harvest” word and a burlap leaf.

I had this floral pick left over from a wreath I just made. It is from the Walmart Fall section but you could just pick up a pick from the Dollar Tree selection.I pulled the pick apart and hot glued the big leaf and berries to my pumpkin.

I added a pine cone from my back yard; you need extra hot glue and to hold the cone in place until the glue sets.

  • I think it came out so cute and gave me the motivation to start decorating the rest of my house for Fall. You can see more of how I decorated for Fall here
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Jennifer Howard| Cottage On Bunker Hill
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  • Loretta Loretta on Oct 17, 2020

    Can the metal words be bought online?

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  • Christina Christina on Sep 26, 2020

    You have inspired beautiful! And certainly doesn't look like Dollar Tree, but a million bucks!

  • Char Char on Sep 27, 2020

    I love this but I've never seen the word signs at the dollar trees near me. We have 3 close by.