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How To Make A Corrugated Easter Door Hanger

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This DIY Easter door hanger is a cute way to spruce up your front door or even a bedroom door.

The Easter season definitely would not be complete without an adorable door décor.

Making this Easter door decor is also a great way to involve your kids in seasonal activities.

Door décor can include wreaths, garlands or even simple seasonal signage, like the one that we will be learning to make in this blog. 

Recycle Cardboard To Make This Easter Door Decor

You just need a typical cardboard box to get started making this Easter Door Hanger.

Corrugated board is a great way to recycle trash into green home décor.

Also it’s a great way to save some money, if you don’t have any just laying around, maybe a neighbor or possibly a co-worker may have some laying around and would be happy to let you have some of it.  

In this tutorial, you will be recycling cardboard that otherwise might get thrown in the trash. 

Making corrugated cardboard is a time-consuming activity, but I assure you, the end result is worth the wait. 

The manual way of corrugating the board saves you money from buying the commercially available corrugated board. 

This is a great way to teach your kids about recycling and how to live a greener life.

Here is how to make this cute corrugated Easter door hanger.


Make a Corrugated Easter Door Hanger

Make a Corrugated Easter Door Hanger

Yield: 1 Easter Door Hanger
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Active Time: 1 hour
Additional Time: 1 hour
Total Time: 2 hours 10 minutes

This DIY corrugated Easter door hanger is a fun project for kids and ideal for hanging on your front door during the Easter Holidays.

Materials

Instructions

    Step 1: Gather all the materials needed for this tutorial.

    Step 2: Insert the wooden skewer on the side space of the cardboard the pull the upper layer up. Continue doing this until you have your own corrugated board.



    Step 3: Paint the corrugated board using a gradient.



    Step 4: Let the paint dry for an hour.



    Step 5: Get the other rectangular board and curve the sides of it.



    Step 6: Paint the curved board using the green acrylic paint.  Let it dry for an hour of two.



    Step 7: On a piece of scratch paper, make a bold lettering of the word E-A-S-T-E-R.  The type of font and the size would vary on the width of the corrugated board that you have.



    Step 8: Cut the E-A-S-T-E-R letters.



    Step 9: Arrange the E-A-S-T-E-R letters on the back of the corrugated board on a reversed way. Tape it on the back of the corrugated board.



    Step 10: Cut each of the letters based on the letter patterns.



    Step 11: Arrange the E-A-S-T-E-R letters on the green cardboard or the backboard.  Take note of the spacing, this should be properly observed. 



    Step 12: Hot glue each of the letters on the backboard.



    Step 13: Form a V-shaped on the pipe cleaner.  This will be used for hanging the door décor.



    Step 14: Hot glue the pipe cleaner on the middle top part of the EASTER door décor.



    Step 15: Finally done!  You now have a corrugated EASTER door décor.



    Step 16: Hang this on your front door or even on your bedroom door.

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Welcome Easter With This Easter Door Hanger

This corrugated Easter door hanger is perfect to welcome the Easter season and it’s a fun way to get the kids involved in your seasonal decorating activities. 

Feel free to add some additional designs, such as cardboard Easter eggs or even silk or pipe cleaner flowers to the finished Easter door hanger, to make it unique.

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