Grab your tools and brighten up your fall decor with this pumpkin printable and DIY wall hanging project. Free fall printables are fun to use in decorations but this Psalms 107:1, Give Thanks to the Lord, free printable will bring meaning to your interior design this autumn season.
Free Pumpkin Printable and DIY Wall Hanging
Pumpkins are starting to show up in the stores and loads of harvest decor ideas on Instagram. So, I thought this is an excellent time to make something inexpensive for you to add to your fall home decor using free fall printables.
This harvest season I have created a free pumpkin printable that you can use and a DIY wall hanging tutorial. And the best part is that it is cheap wall decor ideas.
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Give Thanks to the Lord, Psalms 107:1
This year’s free fall printables give thanks to our Lord and is derived from Psalms 107:1.
With so much to be thankful for I wanted to share a pumpkin printable and scripture to add some meaning and beauty to your already lovely homes. It is a delicious pumpkin decorated with watercolor flowers and leaves.
Getting Started with Tools
Begin this fall free printable DIY wall hanging by collecting the tools you will need.
Now it is time to print your pumpkin printable.
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Make sure to load a good quality paper into the printer. I like to use a linen paper because it adds a nice texture. Also, make sure to select a paper with some weight to it. You want a paper that has some stiffness to it.
Mark the Wood
Now sit a wood piece on the pumpkin printable and make a mark where to cut it.
Next, sit one of the other pieces of wood on top of the one you just marked and make another mark.
Cut the Wood
Then the other side.
And last in the middle.
Check the Front of the Pumpkin Printable
Next turn the fall free printables over and make sure everything looks good so far.
Measure out some twine to the length you are considering. I found a good range is 11 inches plus a little more.
Now it time to attach the twine to the back of the Psalms 107:1 pumpkin printable.
Place the wood in the same position as the bottom.
One more staple in the middle and flip the free fall printable over to make sure everything looks good so far.
Making the Grosgrain Bow
Now if you want to add the white grosgrain ribbon bow to your fall printable decorations naturally begin by making the first loop.
Then the second loop.
And then pinch the ribbon in the middle.
Now cut the grosgrain ribbon about the length of the loop.
If it is too long, you can cut more off later.
Next, start wrapping the twine around the center of the bow where you have it pinched.
I looped my around three or four times.
Tie a knot on the back side of the bow or the front depending on which side you like the best.
Next, tie the twine into a knot onto the twine piece you attached to the free fall printable.
You will be able to slide the ribbon around on the twine to get it into the position you like the best.
And now you all finished.
Except you need to find a place to hang your Psalms 107:1 free fall pumpkin printable.
Hanging your Free Fall Printables
Now for the fun part!
Your printable can hang in a gallery of art, or it can be displayed all by itself in the perfect spot for the size.
I had just the right spot for it by my front door. And it just happens that I had a nail there because a tiny clock hangs there.
So, I decided to store the clock for now and hang the fall printable decoration instead.
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See how simple and fun this DIY wall art project turned out.
But the main thing is that it will bring joy and warmth to your home because it is not just a piece of art, but it is a reminder to Give Thanks to the Lord this harvest season.
I hope you have enjoyed this free pumpkin printable and will share with me if you create something beautiful too.
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