Dollar Tree Stenciled Spring Decor Tote With Faux Florals

4 Materials
30 Minutes

Dollar Tree has been getting in a lot of new craft supplies, and I have been taking advantage of it. Here is a fun spring floral decor idea with Dollar Tree supplies.

Dollar Tree sells this package of two craft totes in three colors, blue, red, and bright pink. For this project, I chose bright pink.

I will be using the floral stencil (on the left) also from Dollar Tree for my project.

I centered the stencil on the pink tote, and taped it in place with blue painter's tape. 

I usually don't use this much tape but the margins are really thin around the stencil and I didn't want to pounce paint over the edges.

I placed a some empty stencil packaging inside the bag to prevent paint bleed through to the back side of the tote. 

I put a spoonful of Dixie Belle Chalk Finish Paint in Drop Cloth on a paper plate. I pounced and swirled my stencil brush on the paper plate until my brush was dry enough for stenciling. 

You could also use acrylic craft paint from the craft shop for this project. If the paint isn't as you like it, pounce on a second coat rather than use a wet brush.

I used two of first stem and one of the third for my project. The florals are also from Dollar Tree.

I folded the stems at the bottoms to make them shorter.

I tucked the front cloth handle inside the bag. I arranged the stems so both floral types were mixed together.

I have created two other easy and inexpensive Easter/Spring projects with Dollar Tree supplies, an Easter egg tote and a Happy Easter cutout sign.

Suggested materials:
  • Dollar Tree Craft Tote   (Dollar Tree)
  • Dollar Tree Floral Stencil   (Dollar Tree)
  • Dollar Tree Floral Stems   (Dollar Tree)
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