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  • Aimee Morris

    From Mismatched to Unified... Thrift Store Frames, Scrap Paper or Fabric, and Spray Paint... 25 Weekend Home Decorating Projects

  • Debbie Aukerman

    From Mismatched to Unified I think I have enough pins to fill one of these containers. I like the framed art.

  • Elaine Moody

    Thrift Store frames painted white frame pretty paper, even scrapbook paper would work

  • Trina

    You are here: Home / Decorating / Dollar Store DIY Dollar Store DIY July 30, 2014 · by Kathy Woodard · Leave a Comment Share on facebookShare on twitterShare on emailShare on pinterest_shareMore Sharing Services 269 Here at TBD, decorating on a budget is what we do, and you can’t ask for more in “budget” ideas than a dollar! We love the idea of dollar store decorating, but we were skeptical. There is a lot of stuff out there that just seems a little too cutesy for our taste… and the idea of budget decorating isn’t to look “cheap”… it’s to make the most of what we have and spend the least amount we can making it work! So we perused Pinterest for days, and found some dollar store DIY projects that look great, are creative and really offer something for the home. So here it is, our take on dollar store decor! Our featured project, above, is a dollar store planter tutorial by ‘Craftberry Bush’! From ‘Soel Boutique’, this chalkboard platter is an easy project… tray from the dollar store, and chalkboard paint! This is cute! (The good kind of cute!)   ‘Love of Family and Home‘ did the same project, but she gives a good tutorial on how she did it, and I keep thinking how you could create a group wall hanging with several of these, then spell out an inspirational saying with one work on each chalkboard…. or have a family center where each member has their own board to leave notes…   This dollar store wire cloche by ‘The Gathering Place’ is really cool… there is not way I would ever guess it’s a dollar store trash can! Check out their photos!   Make a DIY pebble welcome mat or placemats with dollar store vase pebbles and rubber mat… So easy, and they sell for $30-40 a piece at CB2! From ‘Curbly’.   This beach lantern tutorial is from Wendy at ‘Craft Goodies’, brought to us by ‘The Country Chic Cottage’. Made with dollar store picture frames and a few supplies from Lowes, this is such a cool craft for either indoors or out!   Paint the smooth side of dollar store platters with acrylic paint… BHG recommends 2-3 coats. Then hang as wall art… this is a similar look to the ceiling medallion wall art that is so popular!   ‘Dollar Store Crafts’ has a tutorial on making this Pottery Barn inspired dollar store mirror… glue gun and dollar store mirrors, and some foam core board! Yes!   ‘Mod Podge Rocks‘ has a tutorial on making this “I Heart You” picture frame from a dollar store frame and some random craft and scrapbooking supplies! Easy and so cute!   Dollar store or thrift store frames with scrapbook or other pretty papers… Easy!

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