If you’re into DIY, then you already know that the Dollar store is your best friend when it comes to crafting. Saving money is basically the main motivation behind the whole process, isn’t it? Well, that, and the satisfaction of employing your creativity into making something useful with your own two hands. But still, variety stores do have most of the materials you need when making stuff, so you might as well use it. And here is how to do exactly that. These 12 DIY ideas require only things you might find at your local 99-cent store, so you know they’re super affordable, super easy to make, as well as super useful and cool. Just hit the links under the pictures for detailed tutorials! This list was compiled by Diply.
1. Wastebasket pendant light
Farmhouse decor is super popular at the moment, which, of course, can be loosely translated as ‘it costs a fortune’. But you don’t have to pay for it when you can just DoItYourself!
2. Spring decoupage bunny decor
Is ‘how to make a cute bunny even cuter’ something you have often wondered? The answer is here, my friends! It is doable via the art of decoupage!
3. Silly face Lego storage
You wouldn’t want to keep your child’s Legos in an ordinary bucket and who can blame you? Luckily, it’s easy to convert an ordinary bucket into an extraordinary one: just paint a silly face on it!
4. Moss covered bunny canvas art
You do know what all of these bunnies mean, right? Easter is coming and you better prepare well! Create the perfect tablescape or sideboard with a mossy bunny picture!
5. Elegant $5 centerpiece
You can have a fancy centerpiece for your upcoming dinner party without wasting money on an expensive florist! All the ingredients you need are sold at the Dollar store!
6. Succulent wreath
You know what’s even better than a wreath? Half a wreath! Seriously, look at it! Don’t you think it would look perfect hanging on your front door?
7. Candy heart centerpiece
If you need a centerpiece but the one we mentioned before is too elegant and not playful enough, here is the perfect solution for you!
8. Easter egg wreath
There’s no better way to spend a weekend with your kids than messing around with this project. The results are just eggcelent!
9. Picture frame terrarium
Terrariums can be pretty expensive, but not if you make them yourself! And you know what you can use for that? Picture frames!
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10. Party animal magnets
Cut toy animals in half… yeah, I know, just bear with me… Cut them in half, spray paint them, and there you go: super cute fridge magnets!
11. Garden gathering basket
If you grow your own vegetables, you might find this combination of a laundry bin and a plastic tub extremely useful. You can use it to gather, wash, and transport your produce!
12. Votive candle holders
Candle holders have never looked chicer! They’re easy to make and all you need is a few candlesticks from the Dollar store and some spray paint!