DIY DOLLAR TREE FALL ARROWS
Looking for a cute and easy fall DIY? Then you’ll love these DIY DOLLAR TREE FALL ARROWS! They are easy to make and look cute tucked on a shelf, tray, or table!
If you are a fan of these seasonal arrows, you are going to love the fall collection! Each arrow is designed with some fall favorites including pumpkin pie, apple picking and apple cider! How cute would these be tucked on your kitchen counter, or on a tray!
With just a few supplies you can easily make these for you home!
Here’s what you need
- White stand arrows from Dollar Tree
- 8 1/2 x14 legal size copy paper
- Scissors or rotary cutter
- Glue Stick
- Free printables (download below)
You will need legal size 8 1/2×14 copy paper for this project. Prior to printing make sure you print settings are set to the right paper size and that you have it set to ACTUAL SIZE. If you shrink or do fit, it will shrink the image and it will not be big enough.
If you print directly from download be sure change the SCALE to 100%. Some printers default to a smaller size. You will need to adjust that. Also adjust your print settings are for legal size 8 1/2×14 paper.
Once you have your prints printed, cut it out then lay the arrow on top and trim the tip of the arrow so it fits.
Next apply the glue stick to the arrow and add the image. Trim any excess paper. And that’s it!
These are super cute to add in with your seasonal decor.
You can add a coat of Mod Podge on top if you’d like, or keep them as is.
For the fall arrows, I added a coat of Mod Podge on top. Once it was dry I distressed the arrows with a little FolkArt antique wax to give it a rustic look. You could use Apple Barrel Burnt Amber too.
If you make these I would love to see! Snap a picture and tag me on Instagram at motherthyme!
Be sure to check out the Christmas arrows, Valentine’s Day and Spring arrows too!
Hey Jenn, it was a pleasure to meet you today @ the Tattered Tulip and so happy I did. I think you are truly amazing. I love all t you do. That said, I have been trying to print the arrow wording but I cannot for the life of me figure out what to do as my printer does not have a setting for legal size paper. You mentioned that you would email them to me printed. I would truly be grateful for that. Thank you so much.