Dollar Tree Snow Globe Decor

You will need:

~Snow globe-Dollar Tree

~Bottle brush tree-I got a pack of 3 at Dollar Tree

~ Faux snow pebbles

~Ribbon/ric rac

~Pedestal

~Wood slice

~Hot glue-CLICK HERE for the link to my glue gun I use daily.

The first thing I did was unscrew the lid off of the snow globe and remove the plastic insert. The only reason I did that was so that my tree would fit in the globe. If you wanted to make a traditional snowblobe with liquid inside, you would need to use that piece. For this particular diy, I decided not to use liquid. Next, I took one of my brush trees and glued it to the center of the lid. Dollar Tree has several different colors and sizes of these brush trees. I am loving the blush pink color this year so I went with the pink trees.

Next, I took my little foam snow pebbles and poured some in the globe. I would say a 1/4 cup or so. Then I screwed the lid back on the globe.

I had this pedestal on hand so went ahead and glued my globe onto it.

I wanted to cover up the lid of the globe so I took some velvet ribbon trim and wrapped that around the lid followed by another layer or ric rac.

To finish off my snow globe I added a white pom pom to the top and a wood slice to the bottom.

So, what do you think? Pretty stinking’ cute, right?

DIY Easter Gift Bag Sign

Hello friends, I wanted to share this super fun and easy Easter craft with you all! This is all stuff that I had on hand and finally decided to do something with! HaHa!

For this craft, you will need:

*Decorative gift bag-mine came from the Dollar Tree

*Surface of choice-mine came from Hobby Lobby

*Mod Podge

*Ribbon to match for the trim

*Fabric for bow

*Buttons

The first step is to cut your gift bag down to fit on your surface. Don’t worry about getting the edges perfect as we will use a skinny ribbon to trim out the edges.

Next, I simply took mod podge and glued my piece of gift bag to my surface.

As you can see, my edges are a little rough! That’s where this pink ribbon comes in handy! I believe this ribbon came from Wal-mart but just use whatever you have that matches your gift bag.

I then used some teal buttons and glued one in each of the corners to hide the seams where the ribbon comes together.

To finish it off, I took some scrap fabric and made a cute little rag bow!

Who would have thought you could make such a cute piece of decor using a Dollar Tree gift bag, right?

Dollar Tree Easter Egg Wreath

You may have remembered me saying recently that I had been to my local Dollar Tree for over a month. However, when I finally went, I was very surprised to see all of the changes and new items they had! Definitely an upgrade from what the had before as far as the decor and crafting supplies go. This is a super fun and easy Easter wreath using almost all Dollar Tree items!

You will need:

*Wire egg form-Dollar Tree

*Chunky white yarn-Hobby Lobby

*Decorative Easter eggs-Dollar Tree

*Decorative picks-Dollar Tree

*Ribbon-Dollar Tree

I ended up not using the larger eggs pictured above.

The first thing I did was take my chunky yarn and wrap it around my egg form. I simply hot glued my starting point to the egg form and continued wrapping the yarn around securing with hot glue as needed. As you can see, I used white yarn but any Spring color would be cute!

Once I had my wreath completely wrapped with yarn I pulled all of the eggs off of my picks and glued them around the egg leaving an opening at the bottom for my bow.

Next, I took the berry looking picks and cut pieces of each color off of the stem to use as fillers between the eggs I just glued on.

This is how it looks once everything is glued on. Of course you could always tweak it and make it your own by adding more to it but I deciding to leave mine like this!

Now for the bow. I found this super cute ribbon at Dollar Tree also. I simply took four pieces of this ribbon cut at roughly 5 inches wide and stacked them on top of each other. I used a skinny piece of ribbon and tied it tightly in the center of the ribbons. I then fanned my bow out, glued it on my wreath, and added another piece of the berry pick to the center to finish it off!

So, what do you think? Easy, cute and budget friendly! You can’t go wrong with this one!

Dollar Tree Wood Slice Easter Egg Decor

You all know I love me a good Dollar Tree craft project, so I have brought you yet another adorable diy using Dollar Tree items! Your welcome!

I hadn’t been to our local Dollar Tree for several weeks and let me tell you, I found lots of goodies when I finally made it there! In case you missed my haul from my shopping trip you can watch that right here on FB! To say the least I was very impressed. Dollar Tree has stepped up their game in the decor and craft department for sure!

You will need:

*Oval shaped wood slice-Dollar Tree

*Gift bag of choice-I chose this one from Dollar Tree

*Raffia

*Half wood beads-you can get these beads with my affiliate link HERE

I ended up not using the wood beads pictured below so disregard those. They did come from Hobby Lobby in case you were wondering!

When I seen these wood slices at the Dollar Tree, I knew I had to have one! Not only were they $5, but they were the perfect shape for an egg! My mind instantly went to work thinking what I could create with this! I also found these cute gift bags and loved the colors and pattern. So tada!

The first step is to cut one side of the gift bag off and then trace the wood slice.

Next, I used mod podge to adhere my traced shape to the wood slice. I then used my sanding block to get any excess paper that was hanging over the edges of the wood slice.

Now it’s time to outline the egg with half wood beads. I use these all the time when I am crafting and are so handy to have! You can use my affiliate link and get these wood beads right HERE!

Lastly, it’s time to add a bow. I tried a few different options but decided to go with the trusty raffia bow. Of course, I added a button in the center to give it a pop of color! I just love how this turned out!

If you want to make this into a hanger like I did, simply use a piece of jute twine or rope and staple/glue it to the back of the wood slice. You could even add wood beads for an extra pop.

So, what do you think? Will you be giving this one a try?

Dollar Tree Pumpkin Block Makeover

You may have seen these wood block pumpkins at the Dollar Tree and thought well these are cute…am I right? Although they are cute just as they are, you know I had other plans. I also found this cute Fall door hanger at Walmart and thought the same thing, however, I bought this to use the cute F-A-L-L letters to make this project!

Supplies you will need:

*Wood block pumpkins from Dollar Tree-any wood block will work for this if you can’t get to a Dollar Tree

*F-A-L-L letters-I found mine from Wal-mart

*Scrapbook paper of choice-mine came from Hobby Lobby

*Mod Podge-Here is my affiliate link for the one I use!

*E6000 spray-get it HERE with my affiliate link!

*Hot glue gun-here is the affiliate link for the one I use!

The first thing I did was remove the raffia bows from the top of the pumpkins and cut my F-A-L-L letters apart. Be sure and save the raffia bows for later!

Next, I traced my pumpkins onto my scrapbook paper, cut them out and used mod podge to adhere them to the back of the pumpkin blocks. I used my sanding block to remove any excess paper from the edges.

Now it’s time to add the letters. I used E6000 spray glue my letters on. Like I have said before, this stuff is a game changer!

To finish the pumpkin blocks off I used the same raffia bows that came on them and re-glued them back on. How handy is that!? Now, of course if you didn’t care for the raffia bows you could certainly use something else on yours but I figured hey why not use what you can, right?

So, what do you think? Be sure and send me a picture if you make a set for yourself!

Dollar Tree Fall Leaf Makeover

You all know how I like to makeover my Dollar Tree finds so here’s another one for ya! I found this leaf cut-out and I instantly had ideas for it! If you see one of these cut-outs be sure to snatch it up!

Supplies you will need:

*Leaf cut-out

*Walnut gel stain

*White paint

*Blessed word cut-out, I got mine in a pack from Hobby Lobby

*Merlot Waverly chalk paint

*Paint brush

*Jute twine

*Raffia-optional for bow

*Glue gun-click here for my affiliate link to my glue gun.

The first step is to stain your leaf. I used a paper towel and rubbed a light coat all over.

Next, I used my waverly brush and dabbed it with just a tiny amount of white paint and lightly brushed that over my stained leaf. The lighter you want your leaf the more times you will repeat this step.

Next, I used my Merlot colored paint to paint my “blessed” word.

Once that dried, I used my E6000 spray adhesive to glue my word down. You can get this spray with my affiliate link HERE! If you haven’t tried this yet, it is a game changer!

To finish my leaf, I wrapped the stem with jute twine, added a cute little raffia bow, and glued a piece of twine on the back for a hanger! Easy enough, right? I can’t get over how cute this turned out! I’m gonna chalk this up as another Dollar Tree win!