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This Tin Wall Tile Pumpkin is the perfect inexpensive craft to add farmhouse style pumpkin decor to your home this fall. With just a few Dollar Tree supplies, you can make one in no time!

Dollar Tree Tin Wall Tile Pumpkin Sign

PUMPKINS ARE A SURE SIGN THAT FALL IS IN THE AIR. DECORATE YOUR HOME WITH THIS CUTE NEUTRAL, FARMHOUSE-THEMED FALL PUMPKIN CRAFT.

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A TIN WALL TILE PUMPKIN IS SURE TO ADD A UNIQUE LOOK TO YOUR FALL CRAFTING.

Out of all the pumpkin crafts I make, I really like working with the faux tile adhesives from Dollar Tree.

I made another Faux Tile Pumpkin Sign similar to this one but they are both unique looking on their own. This is the joy of working with like supplies but being able to pull off two different looks.

white tin tile pumpkin door hanger with boxwood and wood roses

WHY I LOVE THIS PROJECT

Easy and inexpensive are two primary reasons why I love a project like this. I already had most of the supplies on hand which means I only invested a couple of dollars to pull this off.

I’m sure you’ll love it just as much as I do!

Let's craft with dollar store wall tiles

Related: More Faux Tin Wall Tile Crafts

SUPPLIES NEEDED

  • Wooden Pumpkin Door Sign
  • Self-Adhesive Wall Tile
  • Sharpie marker
  • Tacky Glue
  • Craft Knife
  • Chalk Paint (White and Grey)
  • Paintbrush (medium to large)
    supplies to make a tin wall tile pumpkin door hanger
  • Twine
  • Wood Beads
  • Faux Boxwood Sprigs
  • Wooden Roses
  • Hot Glue

TUTORIAL: HOW TO MAKE A TIN WALL TILE PUMPKIN

Follow this quick video, or read the step-by-step directions below.

  1. Using the pumpkin door sign, draw an outline on the back of the adhesive tile.
  2. Cut out the pumpkin template. Cut just inside the traced outline.
  3. Apply a generous amount of tacky glue to the back of the wood pumpkin. (I didn’t want to use the adhesive piece because I wasn’t sure how sticky it was going to be long-term.) Place the faux tile onto the glued surface.
    glue tile cut out to back of wood pumpkin sign
  4. If you’re going to hang this, use a craft knife to poke holes into the faux tile where the holes are in the pumpkin.
  5. You can leave this craft plain metal or add a distressed look by dry brushing white chalk paint onto the tile. Go over it a bit with the grey chalk paint.
    dry brush white paint onto faux tile
  6. Once the paint has dried, string some wood beads onto a piece of twine (long enough for hanging). Then, feed the ends of the twine through the holes and secure it with a double to triple knot (to prevent the knot from slipping through the hole). Cut off any excess twine.
    string wood beads through twine and attach to pumpkin sign
  7. Embellish the bottom of the pumpkin with faux boxwood sprigs and faux wooden roses all secured with hot glue.
    hot glue faux boxwood and wood curl roses to pumpkin sign

** TIP: Dollar Tree twine likes to fray so to prevent that, I add a piece of masking tape to the ends to make threading it much easier.

***NOTE: The wood roses were not the easiest to glue so be sure to apply plenty of hot glue to the roses and secure them to the pumpkin. And then apply hot glue and secure the roses to one another.

white tin tile pumpkin door hanger
faux tin tile pumpkin craft with wood flowers

I love how this project turned out! And it goes perfectly with my other pumpkin-themed decor too!

MORE PUMPKIN CRAFT IDEAS:

  • I mentioned the other Faux Tile Pumpkin Sign above, and I definitely think it’s one worth trying and pairing together with this one.
  • I also make some Dollar Tree Mop Pumpkins, which is another style that would go hand-in-hand with a neutral and/or farmhouse theme.
  • Top off your fall farmhouse decor with these Wood Bead Pumpkins. They are cute, easy, and inexpensive to make.
white tin tile pumpkin door hanger

Tin Wall Tile Pumpkin

Yield: 1 pumpkin door hanger

This Tin Wall Tile Pumpkin is the perfect inexpensive craft to add farmhouse style pumpkin decor to your home this fall. With just a few Dollar Tree supplies, you can make one in no time!

Materials

  • Wooden Pumpkin Door Sign
  • Self-Adhesive Wall Tile
  • Tacky Glue
  • Craft Knife
  • Chalk Paint (White and Grey)
  • Paintbrush (medium to large)
  • Twine
  • Wood Beads
  • Faux Boxwood Sprigs
  • Wooden Roses
  • Hot Glue

Instructions

  1. Using the pumpkin door sign, draw an outline on the back of the adhesive tile.
  2. Cut out the pumpkin template. Cut just inside the traced outline.
  3. Apply a generous amount of tacky glue to the back of the wood pumpkin. (I didn't want to use the adhesive piece because I wasn't sure how sticky it was going to be long-term.) Place the faux tile onto the glued surface.
  4. If you're going to hang this, use a craft knife to poke holes into the faux tile were the holes are in the pumpkin.
  5. You can leave this craft plain metal or add a distressed look by dry brushing white chalk paint onto the tile. Go over it a bit with the grey chalk paint.
  6. Once the paint has dried, string some wood beads onto a piece of twine (long enough for hanging). Then, feed the ends of the twine through the holes and secure it with a double to triple knot (to prevent the knot from slipping through the hole). Cut off any excess twine.
  7. Embellish the bottom of the pumpkin with faux boxwood sprigs and faux wooden roses all secured with hot glue.

** TIP: Dollar Tree twine likes to fray so to prevent that, I add a piece of masking tape to the ends to make threading it much easier.

***NOTE: The wood roses were not the easiest to glue so be sure to apply plenty of hot glue to the roses and secure them to the pumpkin. And then apply hot glue and secure the roses to one another.

DON’T FORGET TO PIN THIS TIN WALL TILE PUMPKIN FOR LATER:

Dollar Tree tin wall tile pumpkin

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