Easy DIY Anthropologie Confetti Tumblers

Hand dotted tumblers (using a Q-Tip!!!!)— so easy to make!

Dollar Store Stove Burner Covers Into a Tiered Tray. Perfect for cupcakes!

Dollar store wine glasses dipped in chalkboard paint. I want to try this!

Did you know you can make cool DIY marbled mugs with nail polish? It's easy and you can have gorgeous mugs in minutes that cost less than a dollar each!

Glitter magnets...so easy!

rubber bands wrapped around the vases, then spray it with the craft spray that 'etches' the glass & remove bands. (easy)

EASY Watercolor-Style Coffee Mug - Must try this!

Easy ribbon organization!

Preheat your oven to 275 degrees (F). Lay ribbon wrapped dowels on a foil lined baking sheet. Bake ribbon for 25 minutes. Remove from oven and cool completely.

DIY: Home Is Where The Heart Is. MUST DO

frosted glass vase

Diy Decorative Jar Tutorial made with dollar store items

1. Buy plates from Dollar Store, 2. Write things with a Porcelain 150 Pen, 3. Bake for 30 mins in the oven and it's permanent! Cheap, Simple, and a Fun DIY! - This would be cute for wedding plates or something! Like writing your wedding date, etc on your plates from your cake. Could even make a great, personal gift.

Easy Etching Tutorial Her blog is really funny

String art

DIY rustic candle holder - I think I'd place burlap around the glass first, so the gaps would still look rustic - or add some greenery for Christmas. :)

glitter wine glasses

FINALLY!!! t-shirt quilt that actually has directions for DIY!

I totally did this. Dollar store plates or platters and cups. Glue them together and you have a cupcake stand for $5!!!!

How to make easy and beautiful, enamel-painted vases. If you like to paint, I found a really fun project to share today! Her inspiration for these vases came from a restaurant in Sonoma called El Dorado Kitchen. She decided to make her own cost-friendly version of this design, which included a quick Martha Stewart tutorial and a trip to the Dollar Store where she picked up these three vases. Here are the instructions from Sugar and Charm's blog. You might want to read the comments on ...