Christmas Tree Hacks | 3 of The Best Designer Dollar Tree Ideas
Are you ready to transform your Christmas tree into a holiday masterpiece without emptying your wallet?
I’m going to share some brilliant designer Christmas tree hacks to make your tree extravagant using Dollar Store products.
Let's dive into these thrifty Christmas tree decoration ideas!
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Christmas Tree Balloon Hack
Who would have thought that metallic balloons could become the stars of your Christmas tree? It's easy, fun, and oh-so-affordable:
1. Grab Your Metallic Balloons
Head over to the Dollar Tree and pick up a pack of metallic balloons.
Inflate them to a medium size, and they'll resemble large ornaments.
2. Fill in the Gaps
Use these shiny balloons to fill in those empty spots on your Christmas tree. It's a budget-friendly way to add some sparkle and color.
Christmas Tree Ribbon Hacks with Mesh
Don't underestimate the power of Dollar Tree's mesh ribbon. With a little imagination, you can make your tree look full and festive:
1. Choose Your Ribbon
Dollar Tree's mesh ribbon comes in various colors, so pick one that matches your style.
2. Create Ribbon Ornaments
Cut a piece of the mesh ribbon and fold it in half.
Fold the corners together, twisting them.
Then, tuck these ribbon "ornaments" into the gaps in your tree for a charming and affordable tree transformation.
DIY Tree Collar
Now, let's cover-up that not-so-pretty tree base with a DIY tree collar:
1. Purchase Supplies
Pick up a Dollar Tree laundry basket and some chunky soft yarn.
2. Prepare the Basket
Using a box cutter, cut off the top of the laundry basket
Then slice down the sides to open it up.
3. Weave the Yarn
Take a piece of yarn and glue it vertically from top to bottom evenly around the basket.
Now, weave the yarn in and out of the slats on the laundry basket,
Alternate each row to create a woven effect.
4. Finishing Touches
Add a piece of yarn to the bottom and the top to cover up any plastic, and you're done!
Now all you need to do is wrap the collar around your tree.
DIY Christmas Decorations
Christmas Tree Hacks
And there you have it – three fantastic ways to jazz up your Christmas tree using supplies from the Dollar Tree. You don't need to spend a fortune to create a delightful and unique holiday display.
So, why wait? Go ahead and give one of these ideas a try and make your Christmas tree the talk of the town!
I hope you found these Christmas tree hacks inspiring. Do you have any other creative tips or suggestions?