Farmhouse Fall DIY Using Dollar Tree Products

Clearissa Coward
by Clearissa Coward
10 Materials
$10
3 Hours
Medium

Fall is my favorite season. When fall rolls around, my creative juices begin to flow. I find myself combing Pinterest for DIY projects and inspiration and going up and down the isles of my craft stores and my dollar stores for fall bargains. It is a process and a process I love. These projects are easy as can be and believe me when I tell you that if I can do it, so can you.


Get the step-by-step tutorial to create these fall pumpkins using only Dollar Tree products. These are really fun to do DIY and can be used for years to come.


To complete these projects, we will paint, glue, and use a vinyl machine (other form of lettering). I love it and I know you will too.

Get the step-by-step tutorial to create these fall pumpkins using only Dollar Tree products on my YouTube channel. These are really fun to do DIY and can be used for years to come.


The blending and painting process is simple and remember, if I can do it, so can you.

The pumpkins are the project and I used a Dollar Tree unpainted pumpkins, the metal signs that read "Harvest, Thankful, and Blessed). For this project I chose harvest. I also used the leaf and pumpkin wooden stickers. I chose to paint mine. I also added a raffata bow.


The vase has fairy lights and leaves surrounding the bottom and sides. The florals are also from Dollar Tree. It is really pretty when it is lit up during the evenings.

I followed the same process for this pumpkin as I did for the one above. Only changing out Harvest for Thankful.

I tried something new on this mason jar. I used a double print technique a friend shared with me. Perhaps I did not do it correctly, but I am not certain if I like this technique.


So what do you think? Do you like this technique? I added the little bow from another project.

The paint technique is a blending technique that is shown in the video. It adds a bit of depth to the project.

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