Wood round welcome signs are incredibly popular right now. Make your own budget version with Dollar Tree supplies! Check out my easy tutorial video below!
I love the little Dollar Tree wood crates. In the video below, I'll show you how to turn one into a festive Christmas decor piece.
Snowmen are staples of winter decor. I used glass fish bowls from the Dollar Tree, and a bit of acrylic paint to create this one. Check out my easy tutorial below!
When it comes to decorating my home for Christmas, I love the rustic look with lots of browns and deep reds, but many of you have requested a DIY with a bit of a glam look to it. I hope you like my glitzy Santa bowl Christmas decor pieces! Check out my tutorial to make your own!
How cute is this Dollar Tree oil warmer lamp? It has a bit of an old fashioned feel to it, and is so simple to put together using just a few items. Learn how to make your own by following my easy tutorial video below!
How adorable is this festive Mason jar lid snowman? These are so much fun to make with kids, and only take a few minutes to put together. Make your own by following my easy tutorial below!
When I came across this adorable 'The Elf Made Me Do It' sign from Dollar Tree, I just knew I had to turn it into a wreath. Aside from the sign, I used a few other festive adornments and came up with this! I hope you enjoy the tutorial below!
How cute are these Dollar Tree Jenga block snowmen ornaments? They are so simple to make, and are a great craft to do with children or even senior citizen groups. All you need is a Dollar Tree Tumbling Tower game, some paint, scraps of ribbon, and a few other simple supplies! Watch my easy video tutorial to make some of your own!
As you may already be able to tell, I am obsessed with the little red truck. My decoupaged plate video was so popular using this same fabric, I decided to use it on some clear plastic ornament I had on hand and trim it up with rope and ribbon. The result? A beautiful, rustic treasure! Check out my video tutorial to make your own!
Hey y'all! Christmas is quickly approaching, and I always try to get a head start on simple gifts to hand out to neighbors, friends, anybody! These decoupaged Christmas cookie plates are fast, simple, and addictive to make! Fill them a fresh batch of cookies, wrap in cellophane tied with a bow, and you have a perfect gift! Watch my tutorial to make your own!
I would love to take a minute and give Michelle from Crafty Morning a HUGE 'thank you' for creating a sped-up version of this video to make it easily shareable on social media. If you see it floating around Facebook, she was the one behind it!
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