This easy DIY Gnome Door Hanger wreath made with Dollar Tree supplies makes a cute spring or Easter wreath craft for your home.

Spring Gnome Door Hanger with yellow and white check material and flowers
Easy Gnome Door Hanger

DIY Gnome Door Hanger Wreath

If you love easy Dollar Tree crafts, then you’ll love this adorable Gnome door hanger. Made with things you probably already have at home along with Dollar Tree supplies, it makes the cutest decoration for your front door!

I’m all about making cute DIY gnome home decor crafts, especially around the holidays. With Easter coming soon, this easy to make door hanger is a great alternative to the usual summer or Spring wreath.

Dollar Tree Easter Wreath Craft

During our crazy Texas winter storm, I was going a little stir crazy worrying about frozen pipes, our flooded laundry room and power outages. To ease my stress, I dug around my craft supplies and came up with this Gnome wreath idea. Didn’t this little guy turn out adorable?

Spring Gnome Door Hanger Easter Wreath with Amy Locurto
DIY Gnome Door Hanger – Easter Wreath Dollar Tree Craft

DIY Gnome Door Hanger Wreath

While the snow was coming down and Texas temperatures stayed below freezing, I was often looking out the windows at our backyard tree house. That’s when I decided it needed something cute and festive hanging on the door for spring and Easter.

With my Dollar Tree supply stash and anything else I could find from my house, I began making a Gnome! With a yellow and white check hat that I made from a cloth napkin and cardboard, he looks perfect on the turquoise door!

–> See how I painted the tree house door here.

Gnome Door Hanger Wreath on Tree House - Living Locurto

Cute Gnome Crafts & Recipes

I love gnomes so much! Check out my other gnome crafts and fun food recipes here:

Easy Gnome Wreath

When you are feeling crafty, add this easy DIY Gnome Door Hanger to your to-do list! It’s not only cute for Easter decor, but also makes the cutest Mother’s Day gifts.

Gnome Door Hanger - Easter Wreath Craft on Blue Door

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What You’ll Need to Make a Gnome Door Hanger

You’ll only need a few supplies to make this adorable DIY door hanger shaped like a gnome. I hope you enjoy my video where I walk you through each step.

  • Splatter Screen for a Frying Pan –> Click Here for the one I used which was 13″. You can also find these screens at the Dollar Tree. They will have a handle, but that’s fine because the Gnome hat will cover it up.
  • Cloth Napkin –> Click Here for the Yellow and White Buffalo Check napkins that I used. You could make several door hangers and give them as Easter or Mother’s Day Gifts!
  • Craft Fur –> Click Here for the kind of fur I used in the video. Whatever color of beard you choose for your Gnome will be cute! You can often find pieces of craft fur at the Dollar Tree or any craft store.
  • Card Board Box – I cut the Gnome’s stocking cap out of a cardboard box. You can use a foam board or anything else that works.
  • Pom Poms – I used large pom poms for the nose and also to decorate my Gnome’s hat.
  • Faux FlowersSpring flowers are especially cute on the Gnome’s hat for Easter!
  • Pipe Cleaners – Attaching pipe cleaners to the back of your splatter screen makes it easy to hang your Gnome on the door.
  • Hot Glue – This project takes a lot of hot glue. Make sure to have lots of glue sticks ready to go.
  • Duck Tape – I used duck tape to secure the pipe cleaners onto the back of the screen.

DIY Gnome Door Hanger Wreath

This easy DIY Gnome Wreath Door Hanger made with Dollar Tree supplies makes a cute spring or Easter wreath craft for your home.
Prep Time40 minutes
Total Time40 minutes
Yield: 1
Author: Amy Locurto

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Instructions

  • Cut a stocking cap shape from cardboard and hot glue the napkin to the board. Fold the bottom of the napkin up to look like the brim of a cap.
  • Glue a few pieces of craft fur onto the splatter screen, trim and fluff
  • Add the stocking cap onto the screen and fur with hot glue.
  • Attach a pom pom to the fur for the nose and decorate your Gnome with flowers and ribbon.
  • Add pipe cleaners to the back to hang your Gnome. Secure with duck tape if needed.
  • Hang on your door and enjoy!
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Course: Craft
Cuisine: American
Keyword: craft, diy, dollar tree, door hanger, Easter, gnomes, home decor, wreath

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  4. Love your gnome. I think I have a couple splatter screens on hand! and I even have some fur. Will have fabric for the hat, I’m sure. Thanks so much for sharing a cute, quick, and inexpensive craft. Happy Easter!

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