4th of July Star Door Hanger

Hi friends,

Are you ready to celebrate Independence Day? The 4th of July is just around the corner and I have a fun Star Door Hanger to add to your patriotic decor. 🇺🇸

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Here’s what you’ll need…

First, trace your 10 inch star on the back of the scrapbook paper and cut out. Apply a thin layer of Mod Podge to the wood star using a foam brush. Attach the cut out paper star to the wood star, smoothing out any wrinkles. Let dry and apply a thin layer of Mod Podge over the paper. Let dry.

Make your beaded hanger by cutting a piece of twine about 16 inches long. Fold it in half and thread the beads onto the twine. I used 6 beads on mine. Pull the loop through the top bead, leaving enough for a hanging loop, and tie a knot close to the bead. Also tie a knot close to the bead at the bottom. Use an awl, or the tip of your scissors, to poke a hole through the paper at the top of the star. Thread one end of the twine on the beaded hanger through the hole and tie in a double knot on the back. Trim any excess twine.

I used the easy Re-fabbed bow method to make a bow with various ribbons I had on hand. Then I attached the bow and my 4 inch star using my hot glue gun.

This little project took less than 30 minutes to put together! It would be a fun Summer activity to do with the kids.

I think this would also be cute done in white and natural for a little farmhouse Christmas decor. I may have to go get some more supplies…😉

Anita

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