It’s party day, friends! As I promised last week, I’ve teamed up with 24 other awesome bloggers to share our twist on The Home Depot’s Seasonal Character Door Hanger and it’s finally time for us to each reveal what we’ve come up with. I put a Christmas spin on my version to create a fun Reindeer Door Hanger that you can easily replicate at home.
With The Home Depot’s DIH Workshop, it was super easy to create the base for this door hanger. If you’d like to register to attend a workshop where you live, GO HERE to get all of the details. With three different categories of workshops, there’s a little something for everyone in the family: DIY workshops geared towards all adults, DIH Workshops that are meant for the ladies, and kids’ workshops that let little ones be involved with building. Customers can learn how to build décor projects, how to make easy home repairs and how to operate tools through demonstrations and step-by-step instructions. You can get more information about the full line of DIY Workshops athttp://workshops.homedepot.com.
Once I had the base built, the rest of the project was a breeze. I used a lighter color wood stain for the “face” of the reindeer and a darker shade of wood stain for the “antlers.” I chose to use shades of stain that would be complementary to my home decor, making sure that there was enough color contrast for the pieces to stand out from each other.
To create the face of the reindeer, I simply used standard paint to make the eyes and the iconic red nose. Because eyes can be tricky to paint (I’m still struggling with mine!), you could even just leave the red nose and call it good. Rudolph is so well known that there won’t be any question as to who you’ve created!
Like I said earlier, there are 24 other amazing ladies who are sharing their own twist on this fun project. Make sure to check them out and leave some love:
Curious to learn more about The Home Depot’s series of workshops? You can read THIS POST to get all of the juicy details!
This post is sponsored by The Home Depot, but all opinions and ideas are 100% my own, as always.Pin It