It’s almost The Nightmare Before Christmas season at my house and the kids can’t wait. Since Halloween will be different this year (boo), we are making our home even more Halloween than usual. Creating with Dollar Tree items is the best way to decorate your home on a budget. Today I’m using a stove burner to make this DIY Jack Skellington Door Hanger for the front door.
If you love Jack Skellington, than you will love these DIY Jack Skellington Lights . These lights are also easy to make, great for Halloween or a Jack themed party, and perfect for any one decorating on a budget.
All my crafty friends will be sharing Dollar Store Crafts today so make you visit all of them for some creativity, crafts and inspiration.
Across the Blvd | Purple Hues & Me
Chas’ Crazy Creations | Domestic Deadline
Southern Sunflowers | Stone Cottage Adventures
Comfort Spring | Cookies, Coffee, & Crafts
Slices of Life | Sum of Their Stories
Materials for a Jack Skellington Halloween Decoration
Stove Burner Covers (use the larger one)
Black Cricut Permanent Vinyl
Hot Glue Gun/Sticks
Jack Skellington This is Halloween Cricut Design Space File
Let’s Create a DIY Jack Skellington Door Hanger
In Cricut Design Space™ I created the Jack Skellington Pumpkin King door decor. Use the above file link to make your own. The design is sized for a 9.5 inch circle. Jack’s smile is creepy and cool, which gives this a great Halloween vibe.
When you weed the design, only remove this, is and the excess vinyl.
Next use transfer tape to add Jack to the stove top burner. I added on his Halloween mouth first. By doing this I knew I would have plenty of space for the rest of the face.
In my ribbon stash, I had black and white striped ribbon from other Jack Skellington crafts like the Jack Skellington Paper Plate Craft. I found this ribbon at Hobby Lobby for 50% off for $1.50. I cut the ribbon to 15 inches and hot glued it to the back of the stove cover burner. Any Halloween ribbon will work for this door decor.
Jack Skellington Halloween Decoration
Our front door is looking spooky good for Halloween. This stove burner cover is easy to make and a great Halloween craft for The Nightmare Before Christmas fans.