I’m always amazed at the things you can create with supplies from the dollar store.
These DIY dollar store crafts are so creative and look absolutely amazing.
You’ll have so much fun visiting your local Dollar Tree and searching for supplies for your next DIY project.
If you don’t want to leave your home, you can shop the Dollar Tree online and buy your products in bulk.
You’ll want to make sure you have these two things on hand before beginning most projects.
Quick and Easy Dollar Store Succulents
These dollar store succulents are so easy to make and come together quickly. If you’re looking for a simple project, you’ll enjoy making these dollar store succulents. Get the tutorial from Little House of Four.
Easy DIY Rae Dunn Inspired Farmhouse Style Labels
If you love the Rae Dunn aesthetic, these Rae Dunn inspired farmhouse style labels will be right up your alley. Keep in mind that you will need a Cricut machine in order to create the labels. Get the tutorial from Hip 2 Save.
Easy DIY Tote Bag From Dollar Store Placemats
Need a beach bag for the summer, look no further. This simple tote bag is created using placemats from the dollar store. You can really have fun with this project because there are so many placemat options at the dollar store. Get the tutorial from The Kim Six Fix.
Industrial Farmhouse Dollar Store Storage
If you enjoy the industrial farmhouse style, I think you’re going to love this DIY industrial farmhouse storage drawer. You would never guess that this was made using supplies from the dollar store. Get the tutorial from Little House of Four.
Paint Pen Kitchen Organization
This is such a simple DIY but it makes a huge impact when it comes to your pantry decor. All you need are some storage jars and paint pens to recreate this easy kitchen organization hack. Get the tutorial from A Beautiful Mess.
Rubber Door Mat Wall Art
This DIY project is truly amazing. This beautiful piece of wall art is created using a rubber door mat. You simply spray paint a rubber mat from the dollar store, and you’ve got yourself a gorgeous piece of art for your wall. Get the tutorial from Salvage Dior.
DIY Faux Stained Glass
You can create faux stained glass using supplies from the dollar store. If you’re having trouble finding colored window film, there are a lot of cheap options available on Amazon. Get the tutorial from Lovely Indeed.
Customized Dollar Store Plates
These wonderful customized plates are made using dollar store charger plates. Charger plates are simply large plates that are used during dinner for decorative purposes. Your dinner plate sits on top of the charger plate. Get the tutorial from Fields of Heather.
Dollar Store Twine and Thrifted Belt Crochet Basket
If you know how to crochet, you can make this crochet dollar store basket. This basket uses twine that can be found at the dollar store and a thrifted belt. Get the tutorial from Make and Do Crew.
Dino iPhone Tripod
I would have never thought to make a tripod using plastic dollar store toys. What’s cool about a project like this is all of the options you have available to you for your DIY tripod. Get the tutorial from Eat Sleep Make.
DIY Elevated Dip and Chip Bowl
Create your own chip and dip bowl for your next party or event. This simple DIY project costs just $2 to make and will get used for years to come. Get the tutorial from Diana Rambles.
DIY Rope Basket
DIY baskets are always fun to make because they’re so simple and look amazing. This rope basket is perfect for displaying your houseplants and more. Get the tutorial from iHeart Organizing.
DIY Rope Basket
This is one of my favorite DIY rope baskets. It’s amazing what you can do with a cheap dollar store basket and some rope. Get the tutorial from iHeart Organizing.
Aged Galvanized Dollar Tree Planters
If you’ve been looking for a beautiful planter, you can use dollar store supplies to create a gorgeous aged galvanized planter. This tutorial will give your metal planter a lovely aged appearance. Get the tutorial from Little House of Four.
DIY Reverse Canvas Dollar Tree Sign
If you love farmhouse-style signs, you’ll love this DIY reverse canvas dollar store sign. To learn more about what reverse canvas is, and to check out the tutorial, visit Simply Made Pretty.
Hobnail Milk Glass DIY
If you love the look of Fenton Hobnail milk glass, you’re going to love this DIY tutorial. Using dollar store supplies and common household materials, you can create your own DIY milk glass vase. Get the tutorial from Little House of Four.
DIY Jewelry Storage
I love DIY jewelry storage projects. They’re always so creative, beautiful, and practical. This jewelry storage DIY uses plates or bowls that you can find at any dollar store and a set of candlesticks. Get the tutorial from Confessions of a Serial DIYer.
Faux Galvanized Flower Pot
These faux galvanized flower pots are stunning. Place these on your porch, and your neighbors will be asking you where you purchased them. They won’t believe that this was a cheap DIY project using dollar store supplies. Get the tutorial from Diva of DIY.
Gorgeous Moss Balls From Dollar Store Finds
If you need moss boss for your next craft project, you don’t have to go to the craft store to get them. You can make your own moss balls using supplies from the dollar store. Get the tutorial from Centsible Chateau.
DIY Rae Dunn Inspired Dollar Tree Hacks
If you love Rae Dunn pottery, I know you’re going to love this dollar store hack. This tutorial shows you how to create your very own Rae Dunn inspired mugs, bowls, and plates. Get the tutorial from The Yellow Brick Home.
Dollar Store Cutting Board Tutorial
If you want to refresh your kitchen decor, you have to check out this cutting board tutorial. This DIY project takes a plastic dollar store cutting board and turns it into a faux antique wood board. Get the tutorial from Boxwood and Spruce.
Faux Wood Cutting Board Picture Hanger
Here’s another faux wood cutting board DIY. This DIY turns a plastic cutting board into a picture hanger. This project makes a great DIY gift for friends and family. Get the tutorial from Mulch and Paint.
Plastic Elephant Bookends
I’m an avid reader with a large book collection, so I have a great love for bookends. These plastic elephant bookends are so cute. Plus, you can use whatever plastic object you’d like to create your bookends. Get the tutorial from Love Grows Wild.
DIY Floral Mouse Pad
Simple materials are used to create this DIY floral mouse pad. What I love about this project is that you can use any fabric that fits your home decor and personal style. Get the tutorial from The Crafted Life.
DIY Farmhouse Kitchen Canister
Give your kitchen decor a vintage feel with these DIY farmhouse kitchen canisters. This is the perfect project for those empty jars you have sitting around the house. These canisters are perfect for holding your kitchen utensils. Get the tutorial from Houseful of Handmade.
Spring Terrarium with Dollar Tree Frames
It really amazes me what can be created using dollar store supplies. This spring terrarium is made using frames from the dollar store, paint sticks, glue, white paint, and stain. Get the tutorial from Farm Girl Reformed.
This DIY windowpane mirror is amazing. Your guests will never believe that this was made using mirrors from the dollar store. Get the tutorial from Little Red Brick House.
Trendy Decorative Lantern
These trendy decorative lanterns are so easy to make, you’re going to love them. Not only will your lantern look great in your home, but you’ll love how affordable it is to make. Get the tutorial from Hip 2 Save.
Framed Key Hanger
Keep track of your keys with this cute DIY framed key hanger. This key hanger would look great next to your front door or garage. Get the tutorial from Red Fly Creations.
Three Tier Cupcake Stand
This DIY cupcake stand is amazing. If you love rustic decor, I know you’re going to love this project. When you visit the link for this tutorial, scroll down to the bottom of the post to access the video tutorial for this DIY. Get the tutorial from Lily Ardor.
DIY Tiered Jewelry Tray From Dollar Store Finds
I absolutely love this DIY tiered jewelry tray. It’s so cool that this try is made by using baking pans from the dollar store. If you’re looking for a fun, practical, and gorgeous DIY, this is the project for you. Get the tutorial from Love to Frugal.
Gold Dollar Store Frames
These gold dollar store frames are easy, affordable, and gorgeous. The frame and candlestick can both be purchased at the dollar store. When you visit the link for this tutorial, scroll down to the bottom of the post to access the video tutorial for this DIY. Get the tutorial from Lily Ardor.
DIY Spray Painted Basket Table
There isn’t a tutorial for this project; however, you can take a wired dollar store trash can and spray paint it to get a DIY side table like this one seen on House of Turquoise.
Dollar Tree Kate Spade Pearl Place Rosebowl
If you love the Kate Spade aesthetic, try your hands at making this Kate Spade inspired vase. It’s so easy to make and uses just a few supplies. This vase will look great in your home. Get the tutorial from Vintage Romance Style.
Hand Stamped Book Stacks
These hand-stamped book stacks are so gorgeous and easy to make. They need just a few supplies, and the finished product would make a wonderful gift for friends and family. Get the tutorial from She’s Crafty and She Knows It.
Textured Bohemian Pillows
These bohemian pillows are made using cheap rag rugs from the dollar store. If you’re looking for a simple way to refresh your bedroom decor, these throw pillows are the way to go. Get the tutorial from The White Buffalo Styling Co.
DIY Animal Memo Holder
There’s so much that you can do with the plastic toys at the dollar store. This tutorial takes simple items like plastic animals and alligator clips to create gorgeous memo holders. Get the tutorial from Sugar and Cloth.
Dollar Tree Wood Block Lanterns
These Dollar Tree wood block lanterns go great with any home decor style. Not only do they look great, but they cost just $6 to make. How amazing is that? Get the tutorial from Home Talk.
Pantry Organization Labels
Get your hands on some jars from the dollar store and stick on these pantry labels. A free download for the pantry organization labels is included in the tutorial. Get the tutorial from The Country Chic Cottage.
DIY Serving Tray
I love using serving trays for my home decor. This DIY serving tray will make the perfect addition to your living room decor. You can use it to hold your remote controls, candles, coasters, and more. Get the tutorial from Cutefetti.
Wood Block Calendar
I don’t know about you, but I love wood block calendars. This tutorial takes child alphabet locks and turns them into a farmhouse block calendar. Get the tutorial from Little House of Four.
DIY Tiered Stand from Repurposed Junk
This DIY tiered stand uses supplies from the dollar store and items that you can find at garage sales or thrift stores. What I love about this DIY is that it allows you to get creative with the supplies you use. Get the tutorial from Prodigal Pieces.
Dollar Tree Rope Vase
This dollar store rope vase is simple, affordable, and looks great. All you need is a glass vase, hot glue gun, rope, and scissors. You can wrap your rope around half the glass or the entire glass. It’s entirely up to you. Get the tutorial from Love and Marriage Blog.
DIY Dollar-Store Starburst Mirror
Would you believe that this simple DIY starburst mirror is created using spray painted wooden skewers? It’s always fun to see the amazing things people can do with simple supplies. Get the tutorial from Popsugar.
Dollar Tree Decor Using Ceramic Paint
This simple project uses a plate and bowl from the Dollar Tree. You’ll also need stencils, ceramic paint, E6000 glue, and an artist paintbrush. The finished project would look great as a centerpiece on your dinner table. Get the tutorial from Southern Crush at Home.
Fish Scale Wall Art
It’s amazing that this wall art was created using affordable supplies, most of which you’ll find at the dollar store. I was thinking that it would be cool if you did a paint gradient similar to a mermaid’s tail. Get the tutorial from Two Thirty Five Designs.
DIY Topiary Trees
I love these DIY topiary trees. They’re made using supplies from the dollar store but look like something you’d get at a department store. These trees are so easy to make and each tree only costs about $5. Get the tutorial from Home Made Lovely.
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