Ready for easy DIY Dollar Store Christmas Decorations? Handmade Dollar Tree crafts are great for two reasons 1.) They are cheap Christmas decor ideas 2.) They create memories. Take a look at these inspiring Dollar Tree Christmas Decor ideas and get crafting with your family. Make it a Christmas family tradition!
Dollar Store Christmas Decorations
It’s beginning to look at lot like Christmas!
I love a holiday decorated home. In fact, call me crazy but often before Thanksgiving, we are decorated for Christmas. As soon as I am allowed to get that Christmas tree out, up it goes. Nothing warms a Thanksgiving turkey, like the twinkling lights on a holiday tree.
As we know, often the simplest DIY Christmas decorations are the best. They are handmade, hand created and because of that, they are attached to a memory. Create memories this holiday with these easy DIY Dollar Store Christmas Decor Ideas. Get ready to decorate outdoors, the tree, the holiday dining table, or even the Christmas mantle.
Take a look with me at the like-minded bloggers and mothers who love Christmas decor. Create Dollar Tree crafts with a little inspiration. What do you hope to add to your home?
Dollar Tree Christmas Decor Ideas
These Dollar Tree DIY Christmas Decor ideas are typically between $1 and $10 but can vary in price and the number of items you create.
We shared this oversized Christmas wreath our Christmas Hacks and Tips. This Pool Noodle Christmas Wreath uses swimming foam and Dollar Tree Christmas Ornaments. A hot glue gun and voila, you have a huge Christmas wreath for the mantle or outdoors. | Milk Paint
Since we are on the extra large theme, grab oversized bouncy balls to make these Large Outdoor Christmas Ornaments in minutes. Talk about a genius idea. This bring holiday decorating to the front yard or porch! | Smart School House.
Put that money back into your wallet, and go to the Dollar Store for Craft Sticks (Popsicle sticks) only. Assuming you have spray paint and a hot glue gun, make these Oversized Snowflakes from Popsicle Sticks. These would be a beautiful statement piece for a bare wall, hang on an outdoor tree, or even display behind a Christmas village. | Making Home Base
Speaking of craft sticks, use some of your left overs to make a cheap Red Truck Ornament. Add the date with Sharpie. What a cute way to mark another year’s memories on the Christmas tree. See? You are creating family traditions one ornament at a time! This Dollar Tree Christmas Craft is great for little hands. | Fun Loving Families
We talked about how to flock a Christmas tree (<– see what flocking spray we used.) No need to spend a lot of money to get that beautiful white Christmas tree look. Use a Dollar Tree Christmas tree and bucket. Use this style to adorn pieces of greenery for a Christmas snow village too. | Thrifted Nest
Get crafty and craft your own Farmhouse Dollar Store Christmas Ornaments too. Instead of inspriational Christmas words, you could also add names and years with current photos on the back. | The Latina Next Door
Want vintage Farmhouse Christmas decorations? They are so easy. Take cheap Dollar Tree Christmas Ornaments and make them vintage with this secret ingredient – nail polish! Also found at The Dollar Tree. | Finding Home Farms
Want to know what makes this adorable Christmas wreath? I kid you not, dusters! Follow this Dollar Store Christmas Wreath tutorial for an easy and simple Christmas wreath. | Craft Berry Bush
Set the table with Dollar Tree Mini Christmas Stocking as napkin rings. Wouldn’t it be cute if you added a candy cane? These would be great at the kids Christmas table too with plastic spoons and forks. | The Cottage Market
Use peppermints and candy canes to make this cheap Christmas centerpiece. Add ribbon, glass jars and other Dollar Tree Christmas Decorations – just roam the aisles. If you have extra mason jars at home, you could also use these for a farmhouse Christmas look. | Passionate Penny Pincher
These battery operated candles were in the dollar section of Walmart, doesn’t mean you can’t make them with Dollar Tree Christmas find. Follow the steps to make this DIY Wax Dripped Christmas Candles. They look so beautiful int he window and are safe with kids around. | Rocky Hedge Farm
Do you have a family advent calendar? These white metal buckets were found in the Dollar Tree Wedding Section. Look how beautifully they were turned into a DIY Bucket Advent Calendar. | Infarrantly Creative
Make beautiful Mercury Glass Christmas Candles using Dollar Tree craft supplies. I love light reflected from mercury jars – magical and warm! | Little House of Four
This little light of mine, I’m going to let it shine… Take a battery operated Christmas Necklace form the Dollar Tree and transform it into vintage mini tree lights. | Little House of Four
Follow the star! Turn a Dollar Tree Star into a rustic Christmas tree topper! Isn’t this farmhouse tree topper perfect for a flocked tree? | Leap of Faith Crafting
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Last Updated on November 2, 2020 by Ashley at Frugal Coupon Living