DIY: Dollar Tree “Metal” Jack O’Lantern

Create a metallic, rustic looking Jack O’Lantern using some items from the Dollar Tree! I have been wanting a vintage gas can Jack O’Lantern for quite some time now. I was at an antique store the other day and there was a red vintage gas can. I asked what the price was and it was …

DIY: Dollar Tree Haunted House Craft

A fun and easy Halloween haunted house craft using a wood house purchased at The Dollar Tree. Every time I would shop at the Dollar Tree, I would see shaped wood cut outs and wonder how crafters would use them. One day I saw the haunted house one and knew my kids would love a …

DIY: Monster Sized Chocolate Peanut Butter Sandwich Cookies

Soft chocolate cookies with a sweet, deliciously creamy peanut butter filling in a couple of easy steps! My family had vacation plans to go to North Carolina for a week, but the plans were delayed due to a hurricane. With a day delay, I decided to make some treats to take with us while on …

DIY: Dollar Tree Heirloom Pumpkin Craft

Create a beautiful heirloom pumpkin arrangement using items from the Dollar Tree! I purchased this pumpkin sign from The Dollar Tree with plans to transform it into something different. I wanted it to work with some of my heirloom pumpkin and farmhouse style decor. So I sought out to recreate it using some pretty colored …

DIY: Ooey Gooey Chocolate Chip Cookies

My family loves warm chocolate chip cookies. Who doesn’t? Yum! They are the ultimate in comforting desserts. Something about the perfect combination of butter, sugar, vanilla, salt, and chocolate makes them one of my favorites! And warm out of the oven can’t be beat. I like them soft and chewy. These chocolate chip cookies are …

DIY: Dollar Tree Redesign Rustic Farmhouse Pumpkin

I purchased this wood pumpkin from The Dollar Tree and planned to redesign it once I got it home. First, I removed the raffia bow and any dried hot glue around it. Then, I lightly sanded the front. Next, I painted two coats of Waverly White Chalk Paint. I wanted an antique look, so I …

DIY: Dollar Tree Pumpkin Redesign!

First, I removed the sunflower and raffia bow from the front of the pumpkin. Next, I sanded the front of the pumpkin using sand paper also bought at the Dollar Tree. I then painted the front of the pumpkin with Waverly white chalk paint. Once the paint dried, I drew faint pencil lines on the …

DIY: Dollar Tree Sweater Pumpkins – $1 each!

I have always liked sweater pumpkins when I have seen them at the store and wanted to try to make them for less money. I have never made them before, so I was unsure how they would turn out. Sweater pumpkins are the perfect mash up for when the seasons change, sweaters AND pumpkins! A …