Decorate for Spring with these fun Easter Dollar Tree DIYS! Fabulous ideas on a budget using Dollar store products. You can have such fun creating these high-end looking crafts on a dime!
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To make this fun Easter Banner, you’ll need to buy some wood ornaments , jute twine, mini clothespins, Mod Podge and some acrylic paint from Dollar Tree. I also had some leftover scrapbook paper, but you can buy some from your local craft stores. They are usually 4 for $1 on sale.
Trace the shapes on to scrapbook paper and cut out. I painted the carrot orange. Apply Mod Podge to the wooden ornaments and place the scrapbook paper on top. Next, put another layer of Mod Podge on top. You can add a white pom pom for the bunny tail too! Attach the ornaments to the jute twine with the wooden mini clothespins
Spring French Farmhouse Garden Tin
This pretty floral arrangement was easy to make using Dollar Tree items: the pretty tin container, floral foam, moss, white acrylic paint, black acrylic paint and some leftover tulips from Michaels.
I simply painted the tin with white acrylic paint and dry brushed a little black paint on top for a weathered look. I glued the floral foam inside and then added the flowers and moss.
This cute little Farmhouse Flower shiplap sign was so fun to make! You’ll need a Dollar Tree Valentine Home or Easter sign, twine, letter stickers from the Dollar Tree, flowers and vine wire also from the Dollar Tree and I used white chalk paint but you can use white acrylic too. I cut out a Fresh Cut flower image from the internet
First paint the sign with the white paint. Let dry and center the flower letters in the middle of the sign and press on. Leave the “o” blank and create an O with the wired vine and attach with hot glue.
Cut out the Fresh Cut flower printout and paste to the top and bottom of the sign using school glue. Wind the twine around the top and bottom of the sign and secure with hot glue. Add flowers to the top of the sign.
For a more weathered look, dry brush the entire sign with white paint.
This adorable truck was made from a Dollar Tree Valentine truck, flowers, acrylic paint and a Fresh Flowers sign from the internet (just search for round Fresh Cut Flowers sign)
Paint the red part of the truck any color you like I used Ceramcoat Turquoise. Then outline in a black or silver Sharpie. I added flowers to the back and on the hubcaps with hot glue and cut out the flower printout and glued it to the door. I also added a Snoopy because I’m a Snoopy freak.
Easter Table Runner
Cute table runner using 2 cloth Easter baskets (the one shown on the runner was blue) and Easter egg ribbon from Dollar Tree. I had some leftover fabric I used for the runner.
I cut out the bunny shape from the bucket and hot glued it on to the fabric. Then I hot glued the ribbon on the edges. You can sew it on if you like.
Olivia’s Romantic Home made the CUTEST pillow out of this Easter Bunny basket! You can see the entire step-by-step video here.
Wooden Spring Sign
You’ll need a We Believe in the Easter Bunny sign, white acrylic paint, brown acrylic paint, polka dot burlap ribbon, jute twine, galvanized spring letters, jute carrots, white pom poms, and I found leftover Love signs and wood heart stickers on clearance all from Dollar Tree. I also used a buffalo check ribbon I had on hand from Hobby Lobby.
Pull the bunny off the of sign. Use the sign for another project
Pull the heart off the of the Love sign. Paint with white acrylic paint (takes about 4 coats) and then dry brush with brown paint for a weathered look
Hot glue bunny or spring galvanized letters on the top portion of the sign
Next hot glue the bunny and the ribbon on the sign.
Wrap some jute twine around the top of the sign and secure with hot glue
Tie a pretty bow with the buffalo check ribbon and hot glue on the top. Add a wooden heart sticker by the bunny.
Hot glue carrots on the bunny hands and in the middle of the bow.
Add a white pom pom for the tail
Rae Dunn Inspired Candles & Mini Buckets
This is one of my most favorite Rae Dunn inspired crafts! I watched Chic on the Cheap on YouTube and she did the most amazing Valentine’s Day video so I decided to try to duplicate it for Easter. And you know what? IT WORKED!
Download “The Skinny” font from the internet (I used Dafont – it’s free). Print out any words you like on regular printer paper. Place clear packing tape over each word MAKE SURE TO RUB THE TAPE OVER THE LETTERS HARD SO THAT IT WILL TRANSFER. Cut out around the tape and place into water for about 15 minutes. Remove the paper from the tape and like MAGIC the print transfers onto the tape!!! I KNOW IT’S SO COOL!
You can watch Chic on the Cheap’s video here
Place the tape onto Dollar Tree candles or mini buckets (found in the wedding favor section) at Dollar Tree
Don’t these look amazing???!!!
Farmhouse Bunny Wreath
You’ll need a bamboo wreath, flowers, All Bunnies Welcome sign, Mod Podge, popsicle sticks hot glue and scrapbook paper
Hot glue the flowers onto the wreath
Cut off the bunny from the sign. Use the sign for another project
Trace the bunny onto the scrapbook paper and Mod Podge it on top.
Using popsicle sticks got glue the bunny to the back of the wreath.
Add a bow!
Beautiful Bunny Centerpiece
I created this centerpiece using Dollar Tree flowers, speckled eggs, and the bunny from the “We believe in the Easter Bunny” sign
It made a great centerpiece for my table!
I bought a lot of the signs and put the bunnies on my mantle. I added popsicle sticks to the back to make them stand up.
Dollar Tree also has these cute houses that are candle holders. I’ve seen similar ones at Hobby Lobby and Homegoods! The Thankful and Blessed sign was from Dollar Tree as well.
Cute Dollar Tree Carrot Wreath made from Dollar Tree products!
For this Dollar Tree Bunny Carrot Wreath project you will need: foam wreath, 5 packs of carrots, burlap ribbon and a We believe in the Easter Bunny sign from Dollar Tree
First wrap the wreath with the ribbon. Attach ends with hot glue.
Next glue on the carrots with the points facing inward
Then pull the bunny off of the sign (I’ll show you what to do with the rest of the sign later so this won’t go to waste)
Attach the bunny to the middle of the wreath with hot glue and add a bow (I had leftover buffalo check ribbon from Christmas that I got from Hobby Lobby)
I use leftover signs like the one above to make cute door wreaths or signs. I just added scrapbook paper (4 for $1 at Hobby Lobby), printed out a Snoopy image from the internet and added Dollar Tree ribbon, galvanized letters, flowers, eggs, carrots and moss!!
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