Do-It-Yourself Christmas Door Hanger

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This DIY Christmas Door Hanger only requires four supplies to put together – making it the perfect holiday project even for the beginner crafter! Its simplicity is elegant, making it the perfect addition to any room in your home.

Welcome back, crafty friends! Lisa here from Sugar Agenda, a food and party blog, and I’m thrilled to be back here to share with you my latest DIY!

Our very own holiday-themed door hanger sitting on a white table with other Christmas decor.

Are you getting excited for the holiday season? It must be getting crazy busy on your end. If you’ve been wanting to add more thematic decorative touches to your home, but can’t seem to find the time you’re in luck! I put together a quick and easy DIY Christmas Door Hanger that even the beginner crafter can whip-up!

How to Make a christmas door hanger

This Christmas Door Hanger requires very minimal supplies and is simple to put together. Its farmhouse vibes will add a touch of elegance to your holiday home decor.

What you need: 

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Supplies laid out on a white background to make a door hanger for the holiday season

DIY Christmas Door Hanger Tips:

Crafter’s Tape is your best option

When it comes to the adhesive portion of this project, I highly recommend using crafter’s tape. It’s less messy to use and very precise when you need to make long straight lines (much like how you have to do it for this project).

Adding crafter's tape to a blank door hanger

Don’t Forget to work in a loop

When you’re going back and forth to create the look of the ribbon Christmas tree, be sure that you’re looping it around to create a whimsical look. It really adds that special holiday touch to your DIY!

Adding gold ribbon to a white door hanger
Ribbon in the shape of a Christmas tree for our latest DIY: Christmas Door Hanger

You Can Use Any Color Ribbon You Like

I opted for a gold ribbon but you can use any color you’d like! The sky’s the limit with the possibilities! I found that the gold looked really great against the white wash of my blank wooden hanger. However, if you go for a natural wood, I think red or a forest green would look fantastic.

Use this design on other projects

Now that you know how to make a ribbon Christmas tree design, this skill would transfer beautifully on other holiday projects. Try it for when you wrap your presents this year! It would really add that unique touch to your gifts!

A simple DIY Christmas Door Hanger hanging on a white background
Our very own holiday-themed door hanger sitting on a white table with other Christmas decor

use wider ribbon if using a larger door hanger

I decided to use a door hanger that 10in x 10in in-size. If you opt for a larger door hanger, be sure to go for a wider ribbon (my ribbon was 1/2 an inch in-size), so that your Christmas Door Hanger looks as proportional as possible.

wired Ribbon Also Works

You can also use wired ribbon – it would really give your door hanger some life and keep its shape nicely.

Our very own holiday-themed door hanger sitting on a white table with other Christmas decor
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Christmas Door Hanger

This DIY Christmas Door Hanger only takes a few minutes to whip-up and requires very little supplies – even a beginner crafter can put this together, with no issues!
Prep Time8 mins
Work Time5 mins
Total Time13 mins
Author: Lisa Favre

Equipment

Supplies

  • 10 x10in blank wooden door hanger
  • Crafter’s tape
  • 1/2 inch-wide gold ribbon

Instructions

  • Begin by adding crafter’s tape down the center of the door hanger. You will want it to be about 1 1/2 inches in size.
  • Start at the top of the wooden door hanger (ie.: the tip of the tree), and work your way down by criss crossing the ribbon, making sure to press in the center so that it adheres to the strip of crafter’s tape. As you work your way down, be sure to loop at each end.
  • As you get to the bottom of the tree, be sure to make each layer wider and wider.
  • Once you are one inch away from the bottom of the door hanger, pull your ribbon down straight and press into the center, right on the crafter’s tape, to make the “trunk” of the tree.
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A simple DIY Christmas Door Hanger hanging on a white background

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