dollar store halloween crafts skull candy jar

Dollar Store Halloween Crafts – Skull Candy Jar

Halloween will be here before you know it so I thought I would work on some Halloween crafts. I love browsing the aisles at the Dollar Store to see if something inspires me. I usually don’t have a project in mind when I go there as that takes the fun out of it! The Halloween section at the Dollar Store is amazing this year! Look at these cool metallic skulls I found:

easy to make mr mrs scarecrow mason jars

Easy To Make Mr. & Mrs. Scarecrow Mason Jars

Mason jars can be used in so many different ways and these Mr. & Mrs. Scarecrow Mason Jars are just too cute! Fall is my absolute favorite Season, not only for decorating, but just in general. There is something about living in New England and the change of Seasons that really makes it special. Start with a glass mason jar.

diy ceiling light from a thrift store lamp shade

DIY Ceiling Light From A Thrift Store Lamp Shade

Check out this budget friendly diy ceiling light that I made from a thrift store lamp shade. Not only is it easy and inexpensive to make, it is also renter friendly! Just put the old light back in if you move. Here is the thrift store lamp shade I picked up for $4!

thrift store vanity makeover with blue metallic paint

Thrift Store Vanity Makeover With Blue Metallic Paint

I gave my daughter’s drab and tired thrift store vanity a makeover with shimmering blue metallic paint from https://decoart.com/products/ and she loves it! This is definitely my new favorite blue! You’ll see the gorgeous sheen in the photos below. The finish is so smooth and the paint goes on like a dream!

easy no sew buffalo check curtains

Easy No Sew Buffalo Check Curtains

If you are looking for on trend buffalo check curtains without the high price of the Department Store, check out this easy no sew buffalo check version. I am very careful about decorating on a budget. New curtains can be pricey, but making your own is an easy and inexpensive way to update your home decor. The first thing I did was go to Hobby Lobby and buy navy and white buffalo check fabric. It is a duck cloth fabric and was $9.99 a yard, but I used a 40% off coupon. I bought 4 yards for $24. Not only was I able to make curtains for my kitchen and dining area, but I have plenty leftover to make those adorable buffalo check pumpkins I mentioned, plus a couple of other things.

how to make a no sew burlap valance

How To Make A No-Sew Burlap Valance

I will show you How To Make A No-Sew Burlap Valance in under 15 minutes. Don’t you just love quick and easy projects? This is also inexpensive costing just a few dollars to make!

diy wine bottle tiki torches and solar lights

DIY Wine Bottle Tiki Torches And Solar Lights

Make DIY Wine Bottle Tiki Torches and Solar Lights using leftover wine bottles and dollar store solar lights! Start with empty wine bottles, free of any labels. You can remove this with soap and water or rubbing alcohol.

make a fun fourth of july dollar store bandana wreath for 6

Make A Fun Fourth Of July Dollar Store Bandana Wreath for $6!

Like so many of you, I LOVE crafts done on a budget and today’s Fun Fourth Of July Dollar Store Bandana Wreath cost just $6 to make and was made in about 20 minutes. Plus, no hot glue was required! Here is what I used to make this wreath: 5 Bandana Packs (10 total) Dollar StoreFoam Wreath (Dollar Store)Fabric Scissors

use spackle on stencils to create a raised effect

Use Spackle On Stencils To Create A Raised Effect!

I have been stenciling for many years, but stencils have come such a long way. Both in stencil designs and also in the quality of product. Gone are the days when paint would bleed under the stencil. Stencils now are laser cut to give you some of the cleanest cuts out there. They are totally reusable and can be washed easily. I just used a new angel stencil and added a fun raised effect. Let me show you how!

how to make a diy embroidery hoop succulent planter with solar light

How To Make A DIY Embroidery Hoop Succulent Planter With Solar Light

You can find embroidery hoops at thrift stores usually for a dollar, but even at craft stores they are only a few dollars and you can use a coupon to save an extra 40%. That makes them perfect for craft projects. For this project I started out with 3 embroidery hoops that were painted blue.

Our Crafty Mom
Our Crafty Mom
About meI have loved decorating for as long as I can remember! Pinterest is both the best & worst thing to happen to me as I want to recreate everything I see! I get so happy when I see I have a new follower or receive a kind message. Its the little things...