Grab a few dollar store supplies and make this wood crate pumpkin sign craft – customized with your favorite wood stain and faux flowers.
Transform a simple wood crate into a charming fall decoration that will add warmth and character to your home – all without breaking the bank.
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Dollar Store Supplies Used in this Craft
Have you seen these mini wood crates at dollar tree?
There are countless ways to craft with and transform these crates. Since they’re made of unfinished wood, they are just a blank canvas waiting to be filled! Like recently when I made this mini pumpkin patch in a crate.
Today, I’m making another fall pumpkin craft with with a wood crate. This time, I’m adding a pumpkin backer using a dollar store wood sign.
Together with a few other basic craft supplies like ribbon, stain, and faux flowers, this craft comes together in a snap!
Watch this quick video tutorial to see how this craft came together:
- Watch the video tutorial before you begin, and let that be your visual guide for this project.
- Remove any embellishments from the wood pumpkin.
- Use a paint brush to stain the pumpkin and the wood crate. Let dry.
- Use a small piece of a dish sponge to lightly distress the pumpkin and wood crate with light green chalk paint. Let dry.
- Use a combination of E6000 glue and hot glue to glue the 3 wood craft sticks into the crate. Then use the same glue combination to attache the pumpkin to the 3 craft sticks.
- Glue a piece of floral foam into the wood crate. Fill the crate with faux greenery and flowers. .
- Embellish the pumpkin by hoe gluing a small bow at the base of the stem.
My Finished Pumpkin Sign & Wood Craft Fall Dollar Store Craft
Don’t forget to PIN this dollar store fall craft for later:
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This craft was part of a round-up video of 10 Gorgeous Fall Crafts made with Dollar Store Wood Pumpkin Cutouts. You can watch it on YouTube: