Teen Door Hanger
SUPPLIES & TOOLS:
- Darice Craft Designer 18"x24"cork roll
- 1 Wood door hanger
- 9"x6-1/2" Fabric
- Sobo glue
- 1 set Tuscan Morning all-purpose acrylic paint cups
- 1" Foam brush
- 1 Small paint brush
- Sharp scissors
- Marking pen
- 3 Small pinch clothespins
- Unroll cork roll and trace shape of wooden door hanger onto surface. Cut 2 from cork.
- Glue the two cork door hanger shapes together and let dry. Tip: It helps to weigh cork down with a heavy object so it will dry flat.
- Paint back and edges of door hanger with 1" foam brush. Let dry.
- Paint the 3 small pinch-style clothespins. Let dry. Apply a second coat. Let dry.
- Glue the double-cork piece onto the front of the wood door hanger. Let dry. Tip: Weigh down with a heavy object so cork dries flat.
- Using fabric, fold over top of pocket 1-3/4" and glue using a small amount of glue. Let dry.
- Place the top of the pocket 3" down from the bottom of the door knob opening. Generously glue the edges of the pocket to the back of the door hanger. Wrap the three edges around the back and glue in place, mitering the corners as neatly as possible. Refer to photo to observe the pleat at the bottom. This allows for extra room in the pocket. Let dry.
- Generously glue clothespins on front bottom of door hanger. Let the glue go through the fabric to hold the clothespins tightly. Let dry. Refer to photo for placement.
- Glue embellishments on as desired. Let dry.