13 Budget-Friendly Dollar Tree DIY Projects And Decor

If there’s one shop that I love going back to, it’s the Dollar Tree store. I’m not sure about you, but it always feels like Christmas shopping at Dollar Tree. When I need new decorations, I don’t buy from pricey stores. Instead, I go to Dollar Tree instead. I go to Dollar Tree and DIY everything into something new whenever I want to decorate my house or just do something crafty. So, if you’re looking for fresh ideas or inspiration for your home’s décor, you’ve come to the correct spot! Here are 13 budget-friendly dollar tree DIY projects and decor you can do! 

13. How to Quickly Add Spring Art to your Home

It may not be here yet, but that doesn’t mean we can’t quickly add spring artwork to our homes by bringing flowers indoors. It takes less than 5 minutes and you’ll love the result!

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12. Easy Apron Sewing Project from $1 Placemats

This easy apron sewing project takes five minutes to make and costs about $2. It is made from two woven placemats from the dollar store, and it’s reversible! There are pockets on both sides, so you can secure your money and phone in the interior pockets. The apron is perfect for craft fairs, servers, farmer’s markets, and flea markets.

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11. Farmhouse Dollar Tree Thanksgiving Wreath

A couple of weeks ago I was at the dollar store and they had so many fun fall and thanksgiving craft supplies and decorations. I decided to grab a few things to make a simple Dollar Tree Thanksgiving wreath.

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10. Dollar Tree Farmhouse Signs

I love having small farmhouse signs to decorate with for the different seasons. They are a perfect addition to any table but they can add up quickly! Since I like to decorate on a budget, I will show you how I made these dollar tree farmhouse signs for super cheap.

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9. Dollar Tree Fall Wreath: Adorable and Affordable!

I’m so excited about this dollar store fall wreath! It looks amazing, and much more expensive than what the supplies actually cost. Heck, this whole cost under $10!

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8. Black Pumpkin Decor – Easy & Cheap In Under 5 Minutes

Decorating for Fall has always been one of my favorites. I have challenged myself to make most of my Fall decor this year!! I wanted to create some little black pumpkin decor to compliment the rest of my decorations.

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7. Fall Dollar Tree Ideas

This is a quick post to let you know about some Fall Dollar Tree Ideas that I have used, that you might want to look for, too! I have been to 3 different Dollar Tree stores recently. They have some supplies that I have used in the past, and I thought you would like to know about them.

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6. DIY Fall Book Page Wreath

Watching the leaves change colors has to be one of my favorite fall events. Bring those autumn colors indoors, or to your front door, with a Fall Book Page Wreath.

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5. Cheap Fall Decor DIY Farmhouse Pumpkins- Dollar Tree Hack

DIY Painted Dollar Store Pumpkins with Realistic Stems that look just like the expensive pumpkins you have seen at PotteryBarn. A perfect DIY Dollar Tree Hack to add to your Fall Decor. These DIY Pumpkins are so easy and beautiful.

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4. DIY Bath Salt – Homemade Gift For Busy Moms

Enjoy a little home spa with these easy to make DIY bath salts that give you a relaxing feeling and uplift your mood. It is also a creative way to show someone that you care.

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3. Star Suncatchers

Summertime is in full swing and these patriotic themed suncatchers are a festive way to decorate for July 4th. You probably have most of the supplies on hand as well!

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2. Patriotic Duck Tape Parade Stick

The Fourth of July holiday is coming up quickly, and with it comes outdoor fun, picnics, barbecues, fireworks, and of course, a parade! You can’t go to a Memorial Day or Fourth of July parade without something fun to wave in the air, so we’re going to make this duct tape parade stick with the kids.

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1.  4th of July Crafts for Kids // Calm Down Jars

Keep little hands occupied with these 4th of July crafts for kids. Sparkly, swirly calm down jars will mesmerize kids and grownups alike.

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