Dollar tree Christmas Craft and decor ideas
Just as I mentioned in my my Dollar tree Fall craft and decor ideas I posted back in August, “don’t shoot the messenger”. Little did I know it would be so warmly received, and yet so early on. So I figured I would piggy back off that, and share my Dollar tree Christmas craft and decor ideas round up with you. Obviously, budget friendly craft ideas seem to be pretty popular. At this point in my life, I pride myself on them. I enjoy taking something basic and creating some seasonal fun with it. All the links highlighted will take you to the actual project and/or free printable.
I think we are planning another shindig this year, so please stay tuned in the next month or so when I announce that.
Dollar Tree salt and pepper shakers
Dollar tree snowman Christmas tree
( I provide the printable)
Dollar tree platter with free printable display
Dollar tree luminary jar, even that cute stocking came from dollar tree.
Dollar tree tissue paper vases
Christmas pickle tradition and free printable
All things Dollar tree Christmas sharpie plate ideas
Christmas recycled bottle idea
Here is another cute set of DIY snowmen salt and pepper shakers HERE
Christmas on the porch with Dollar tree
Festive mason jar and ornament idea
Decorating ideas in the kitchen for Christmas
How to build a snowman without any snow
Dollar tree holiday centerpiece idea
DIY custom bags, that can then be framed HERE
That about covers it for now. I have more in the making for this coming season.
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All things Dollar tree Christmas
And if you are just not ready to see Christmas and still in the fall mode. Check out the
Dollar tree Fall post
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Deco art chalk paint finish– mod podge– Sponge brushes– Craft paint–hot glue gun-
Foam balls– Diamond dust glitter
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Oh boy! You know I’ve been waiting for a Dollar Tree linky party from you for awhile now and am so excited to hear of one, but I’ll be on a cruise in Hawaii on the 20th and hadn’t plan on doing any posting while away. But maybe I can work something out. We’ll see!
We will leave the party open for the duration of the holiday Gail!
You’re just so creative Debbie, especially with everything coming from a dollar store. Love the salt and pepper shakers, they are adorable and would make cute hostess gifts.
I am so marking this on my calendar! I love this party each year and I am blown away by the creativity that everyone has. Such a great event! Pinning your salt shakers too!
I absolutely LOVE your Christmas Vase with Tissue Paper Wrap. So clever 🙂
Great Kristina! So easy too right:)!
I do read you every day and even make most of the things you show me how to make but I don’t write you because it is very confusing how to go about it, I went to one of your old postings to write this and I’m not sure you will ever see it. Yes, there are a lot of us who follow you faithfully but are just not writers, Be sure, however, we are great fans of yours, I can’t write you on facebook because I haven’t figured that out either. I love your ideas and I love even more that you teach me how to do things. Thank you, Nancy Shaw
Thank you Nancy! I’m sorry it is confusing to you to leave a comment. I am glad you figured it out on this post. It would be just the same on all the other posts. Leave comment section. It’s not big deal though, I am just happy you read, do, and learn. Thank you. XO
I love your blog and your enthusiasm. Thanks so much Debbie, you are a fun person to read and smiling is good for the soul.
Marlene, that is about the nicest compliment ever!!!!!!!! Thank you. I love to smile too. Life is too short to waste it on a frown.
I love getting your e-mails.
Very ,very awesome ideas . Keep up the creativity . Happy holidays
Great ideas, I want to try the potpourri. this year.
Wow, It looks really pretty. I will definitely try this decoration in next Christmas.