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How To Make A Welcome Door Hanger

Are you on the hunt for a door hanger that can be used year-round while working with every holiday and season? Here it is! With this door hanger, you are able to switch out the whole ribbon section at the bottom to fit the occasion. Read more below about how to make a multi-season welcome door hanger.



Ribbons cut –

Mesh cut – 


​Most supplies can be found at Trendy Tree or Hardworkingmomstore.com

Get Supplies Trendy Tree- https://bit.ly/350JHZO

Mesh https://hardworkingmomstore.com

Door Hanger https://www.etsy.com/listing/98284796…

19″ Stripe and Solid Ball Pick Red/Emerald Green https://hardworkingmomstore.com/produ…

11.5″ Santa Boot Pick https://hardworkingmomstore.com/produ…

Greenery from Greenery Gal


2.5 ” x 10 Yard Elf Boots on Metallic Black/White/Red/Lime https://hardworkingmomstore.com/produ…

1.5 ” x  10 Yard Giant Three Size Dot/PG Lime Green/Red https://hardworkingmomstore.com/produ…

1.5 ” x  10 Yard Gingham Check Red/White https://hardworkingmomstore.com/produ…


Start by taking your greenery and splitting it in half and pulling as to make a horizontal piece that you will lay at the bottom of the wreath.

We are going to use this as a bow! Using my EZ Bow Maker, I will insert my greenery like a ribbon. Next, I will place at least 2 inches of the striped and solid Christmas balls in the bow maker. You can go ahead and put the zip tie at the bottom of the stack because this can be more difficult with greenery. Take 2 more picks of the Christmas ball and put them through the bow maker from the opposite end now. Use the Santa boots picks the same way.

To add ribbon I am going to create 14-inch tails with two sets of loops using the black boots ribbon. With the lime and red dots ribbon, I am going to do a 14 inch tail with only one set of loops and then again the black ribbon layered on top with one set of loops.

From here I am taking the red gingham with a 14-inch tail and one set of loops and again the black ribbon with one set of loops. I am using a lot of black ribbons to tie in the black from the wreath form!

When all of your ribbons is added, tighten your zip tie and pull from the EZ Bow Maker. Be sure not to pull too tight until you get the stack all the way out of the bow maker because we need to be able to turn the notch in the zip tie to the back of the stack. Once out of the bow maker you can pull tightly to hold in place. 

There are pre-drilled holes in the wreath form. Slip a zip tie through the middle one and tie onto the zip tie on the stack!

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