10 DIY Dollar Store Home Decor Projects Ideas
These days, everyone wants to try their hand at DIY. Why not you as well? Perhaps you're looking for a new blog project. Perhaps you'd like to impress your other crafty buddies. Perhaps you have the time and desire to enhance your interiors but lack the financial means to do so. Perhaps you're simply bored and want to try something new.
Whatever your reason for looking for a new DIY project, we believe the low-cost ideas are the best. Creating something amazing in a few hours and for a few dollars is a blast! This selection of the newest and best DIY Dollar Store home décor projects ideas is perfect for you!
When you see how amazing this mason jar makeover turned out, you'll have to take a second look. The jar and lid have been given a new lease on life with a fresh coat of paint. The knotted bow is wrapped in a delicate ribbon and provides texture to the piece. The attached hardware, which is reminiscent of an antique drawer pull, gives the lid a classic feel. To make a perfect and simple gift, fill them with tasty handcrafted candies, flavored drinks, or manicure supplies.
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Supplies you will need for each jar:
- One pint-sized Mason jar
- DecoArt glossy or multi-surface paint in your choice of color
- Isopropyl alcohol
- Stickles Glitter Glue to match or coordinate with your paint color
- One yard of ribbon
- One pre-finished, fancy Mason jar lid, from Michaels
Make these amazing transformation by reading the steps here.
With these labeled wire letter baskets, you can create a command center to keep your household operating smoothly and keep track of invoices. They leave your counter space open and provide a great spot to arrange incoming and outgoing mail by hanging it on the wall. These wires baskets elegantly hold your critical papers on the wall, eliminating cluttered countertops and spilled coffee on important paperwork.
We are all quite guilty when it comes to our tables cluttered with all kinds of letters from different organizations to the bills we have to pay. It can get pretty frustrating and confusing which one you should tackle first so this project is a very good idea because we all need some organization in our life, don’t we?
We all adore the Dollar Store, and I'm excited to share this newest dollar store décor idea with you! I like seasonal doormats, but paying $20 or more for one that will only be available for a few weeks is really not exciting for me. Granted, that's how all holiday and seasonal decor works, but why spend more when you can save money? Use a Dollar Store Rug and some acrylic craft paint to create a cute custom Autumn "Hello" rug in less than an hour with no sewing required. This is a simple DIY craft project.
- Doormat from the dollar store
- Acrylic Craft Paint ( used here are red, orange, yellow, copper metallic, and white)
- A piece of Chalk
- Paint Brushes
When transforming two needlework circles into an unusual hanging plant holder, think outside the box, or circle in this case. They take a different approach than classic macrame versions, yet they nonetheless serve the same purpose for plant enthusiasts. You can put your small ceramic or terracotta pot in the center with an inserted cork base while your growing friend relaxes in its new favorite spot near the window.
Embroidery hoops are a must-have tool for those of us who enjoy hand stitching, but they're useful for a lot more than that. Here's a simple guide for making a hanging shelf out of a single hoop. At the bottom of your hoops, you can add decorative elements like tassels and beads.
- One 9-inch wood embroidery hoop
- One 7-inch rigid cork trivet (A wood disc or metal plate would also work)
- Tacky craft glue
- Binder clips or clamps
- Rope or cording
- (To make a smaller hanging shelf, use a 5 or 6-inch hoop with a 4-inch rigid cork coaster.)
See the easy steps here.
Have a lot of fun crafting these hanging shelves. They'd make wonderful gifts for any plant lovers you know!
This is a fun, easy-to-change photo hub that the whole family will enjoy! Put it in the kitchen so that everyone can see upcoming appointments, project ideas, and artwork. The kids can admire their friends and crushes who have been pinned to these cute cork hexagons in their rooms. It's also a fun way to keep your craft room tidy, with plenty of directions and photo ideas.
- Cork tiles
- Utility knife
Get inspired to do it by reading it here.
One of the great ways to keep the temperature cool inside your house is by having indoor plants. And what better way to do that and at the same time keep things chic and clutter-free is by putting your plants inside a miniature greenhouse home? Your plant will thank you for it. Like this mid-century modern greenhouse. Tropical plants, general plant growth, as well as delicate, young plants and cuttings, thrive in greenhouses. The humidity in the enclosed area is usually high (which most plants want), and the glass walls keep it warm, which encourages development.
- Photo Frames: Four 8″ x 10″ frames and four 8″ x 8″ frames
- Four small hinges
- Wood glue and strong-hold glue, such as E6000
- Pliers & small screwdriver
- Craft knife
- Square dowel
- Tape or large bulldog clips
Another great addition to your homemade decor, whether it’s for the kitchen (where it usually is) or your bedroom, this adds more style and chic to any room it’s in. That’s why they’re the usual staples in coffee shops or your favorite restaurant or bistro. It just adds a little something, you know what I mean?
- Chalkboard easel
- Secondhand frames
- The shade of paint that you love
- Balsa wood strips to fill any gaps
This is also another great way to personalize or ramp up the look of an old mirror. If you’re not confident or skilled enough to cut the wood, I believe Home Depot can do it for you, so no worries about that!
- Board planks for frame
- Adtech glue gun (or any glue gun you have)
- Favorite shade of paint
Here are the steps.
A corkboard, which is commonly used on office walls for hanging messages, may also be found on the inside of your kitchen cabinet. A hanging corkboard is a great method to keep kitchen tools tidy, out of the way, and accessible. Simply mount a corkboard to the inside of your cabinet door and hang your utensils with push pins. This corkboard is sure to be a cute addition to your kitchen, no matter where you hang it!
- Push pins
- screws/ glue to mount corkboard
Looking for a quick way to give a dollar shop trash can a rustic makeover? You can make a garbage can that costs up to $50 for about $2 by using leftover rope and a hot glue gun. No need to spend $100 on garbage can anymore.
- $1 trashcan
- Leftover rope
- Glue gun with glue
Find additional suggestions and the steps here.
There you have it! These are just some of the projects you can tackle before the holidays come rolling in or before you officially go back to work or school. Or just to make things more stylish and change the mood of everyone around the house.