Dollar Store Finds
table runner. You can find doilies at thrift stores or the dollar store. Use a dark brewed tea to dye them to look aged. I am totally doing this!!!!
Find a vintage bowl at a thrift shop or at dollar store. Place fake snow in the bottom layer, filled with a piece of Styrofoam (glued in) and build the village inside.Paint plain paper mache houses, decoupage sheet music and add a whole lot of snow and glitter.
D.I.Y. project: Find a frame from the dollar store, use paint swatches for the background colors and layout a calendar format. Then use dry erase marker on the glass.
Various DIY cake stands...can find this stuff at michaels and the dollar store, then spray paint to match your theme...or use old china and metal for a different kind of stand
DIY Dollar Store Hot Pads I bet these would sell good in some of the cool home decor fabrics since it's so hard to find anything decent at the store
Think of all of the possibilities .... at any holiday event , special event. Great for a Buffet Table, Side table that holds Snacks, Kids Table , Wedding Tables.... Go to a Dollar Store, or find a good Sale .... Stock up and let the good times..... " roll "
How to Turn Dollar Store finds into a Jewelry Tray at The Happy Housie
Find cheap old vases at garage sales, Goodwill or even at the dollar store. These would be cute Mother's Day gifts or wedding table vases!
Etched Glass - Flea-market finds and dollar-a-glass specials can be transformed with monograms, stripes, and whimsical polka dots. All you need is etching cream (available at craft and art-supply stores), masking tape, and a steady hand to cut a template. I've done this with contact paper as well. So easy.
Etched Glass Tutorial (Martha Stewart)
LOVE!! Find an old dictionary or one at the dollar store and make this cute page for cards, etc...point to the word you want to convey...i.e, gorgeous, smart, sweet, etc... Good idea! :)
Tutorial: How to make a hula hoop! Polyethylene tubing - 1 connector that fits your tubing - PVC pipe cutters - Sharpie - Tape Measure - A flat iron or blow dryer - Scissors - Pretty tapes
Candy Corn Button Art - Materials: - Yellow, Orange and White Buttons. I prefer Favorite Findings buttons (found at Jo-Ann Fabrics) but ended up using a mixture that I had on hand. - Burlap (found at craft stores) - 8x10 frame from the Dollar Store - Hot Glue gun - Acrylic Paint in yellow, orange and white - Mod Podge
1. Buy plates from Dollar Store 2. Write things with a Sharpie 3. Bake for 30 mins in the 150 oven and it's permanent! Put a recipe, verse or song lyric on it give as gift.. (cute idea) - Click image to find more DIY & Crafts Pinterest pins