Need to decorate your place on the cheap? Believe it or not, you can find some real gems at your local Dollar Store. Okay, so they may not be that great right out the gate, but with a little TLC and creativity, you can create glam pieces for your home for just a few weeks. Skeptical? Check out some of these Dollar Store DIYs for inspiration!
An accordion rack from the Dollar Store becomes a chic coat hanger with some marble adhesive film and spray paint.
Birch logs and a dollar store frame combine to make a gorgeous photo display for fall.
Utensil silhouette cutouts paired with plain white plates and mod podge create these lovely decorative plates for the kitchen.
Create chic and modern wire napkin rings using cheap floral wire.
This crafty lady turned a cheap laundry basket that cost less than a buck into a gorgeous rope-wrapped basket.
Wooden blocks from a dollar store game were used to create these pallet photo magnets for the fridge. Cute!
Turn an ordinary clear vase into this gorgeous metallic painted vase with spray paint and tape.
Create a gorgeous marble clock with a round frame, contact paper, and a clock mechanism.
Spruce up a dollar store night light with tissue paper and mod podge. So easy, but it adds such a cute touch to a nursery or kid’s room.
Have you joined the fairy garden craze? You can create a cute little DIY fairy garden house using a dollar store birdhouse and seed packages.
Adorn your front door with a stunning faux succulent wreath. I would have had no idea the succulents were fake — it looks so lush and realistic!
Make dollar store sunglasses look much more stylish with a bit of nail polish and tape.
Those plain white mugs you find at the dollar store can become gorgeous glassware for your kitchen using this marbling technique.
Cover cheap plastic bins with burlap for stylish storage wherever you need it.
Create some glam animal place cards using plastic animals from the Dollar Store, galvanized wire and spray paint. They’d be perfect for a baby shower or animal themed party for a kid.
And here’s another project for those plastic animals: painted animal bookends. Just affix the animal to a block of wood, paint and voila! You have yourself some nifty bookends.