Everyone wants a beautiful home but fresh home decor items can be expensive. Fortunately, dollar stores have a wide variety of products that can be repurposed and reconfigured with just the tiniest of crafting knowhow. So heat up your glue guns and dust off that container of paint tubes because were doing some Dollar Tree DIY decor! Check out these budget-friendly decor ideas and head to your local Dollar Tree (or other dollar store) to try these 16 DIY Dollar Store home decor projects.
This frugal lantern was easy to make in just minutes and only cost $4! This Dollar Tree store project is so easy, even the kids can get involved.
This is an unusual, easy to make craft you can fabricate with basics found at your local dollar store. If you are looking for an inexpensive, quirky craft for your coffee table, you can make this paper bag flower arrangement with artificial flowers in about 30 minutes.
Inexpensive crafts are my jam, and a little bit of white paint is a great way to turn plain Dollar Tree items into gorgeous home decor. This tray and coasters set is farmhouse chic and can be customized to match any home.
Learn how easy it is to make a beautiful DIY decoupage chinoiserie vase from a Dollar Store glass vase. A little mod podge is an inexpensive way to really transform everyday items! (You could also check your local thrift store for cheap vases the next time you are there.)
You don’t have to spend a fortune on picture frames to have a beautiful gallery wall. This simple project is a cheap way to dress up a plain wall in your home.
This yarn wrapped glass vase is a wonderful, inexpensive decoration for your home. Turn in a dollar store glass vase into something creative!
Do you love candles? We love tissue paper crafts, and this DIY stained glass votive candle holder craft is a fun one! These custom candles light the night and make the perfect home decor.
This cheap and easy DIY wall decor project was quick and fun to make. You can make this with dollar store materials or items you find out in nature. It will give your wall a refresh at a fraction of the cost and can help you preserve vacation memories.
(FYI – You can totally take this idea and use different items in a lot of cute ways – like dried flowers for spring decor, colorful leaves for fall decor, even mini Christmas tree ornaments for custom holiday decor!)
There are so many great ways to spruce up plain mason jars — from painting the jars with chalk paint to decorating mason jars with ribbon. But one of my favorite ways to dress up a mason jar is with twine. The rustic look of jute twine is the perfect accent to any mason jar project!
You can buy high dollar pressed botanical wall art at home decor stores or you can make it yourself with this fun DIY project. If you have family members with a green thumb, this is a creative way to make a special gift for them this holiday season – without spending a lot of money!
Discover how to make Kintsugi with this tutorial: the Japanese art to give broken pottery a new, more beautiful, life. In other words, DIY at its best.
I love the farmhouse look so when I saw these cute milk bottle vases at the dollar store I knew they would be perfect for a DIY cake stand.
Book folding art? Book flowers? Book topiaries? Dollar Tree DIY centerpieces? I wasn’t really sure what to call this project. We’ll go with Dollar Tree DIY centerpieces since I think they’d make beautiful ones!
Love the look of Moss ball topiary trees in your home decor, but don’t want to pay the high price tag? Let’s find a way to make moss ball topiary from Dollar Tree supplies! Moss ball topiary are also perfect as a year round decor.
This simple DIY sunburst mirror tutorial will teach you how to create a fabulous DIY starburst mirror for a fraction of the cost in just 6 easy steps!
I am in love with this DIY rope basket that I made. It makes my life so much easier and helps me keep my home looking more organized. Also is a cheap DIY project for any home.
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We know you’ll want to make them all. Which of these DIY Dollar Store Home Decor projects will you choose first?
Amanda is a mom of 4 living a mostly crunchy lifestyle outside of Atlanta, GA with her husband, 2 dogs, and a cat. As a former special education teacher who also has her personal training certification — Amanda really enjoys teaching others how to do things!
When she’s not working, Amanda enjoys DIY projects, exercising, photography, hiking, and long walks through Target.