I love a challenge and turning Dollar Tree items into high-end decor items is always a fun time. This DIY Dollar Tree fall decor tutorial is a budget-friendly way to decorate for fall. Transform your decor without breaking the bank (shhh no one will know it’s from Dollar Tree)!
Are you dreaming of fancy farmhouse style decor but lacking the funds to make that dream a reality? Well, you’ve come to the right place because here at Must Have Mom we thrive on creating gorgeous decor on a dime. If that is right up your alley then don’t miss out on these other Dollar Tree decor posts:
- DIY Valentine’s Day Gnomes
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- Hello Fall Sign
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- DIY Farmhouse Sink Caddy
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The possibilities are endless so I hope that has helped to inspire you!
Dollar Tree Fall Decor
I love taking basic items and making them come to life! These Dollar Tree fall decor ideas should help get your creative juices flowing. Stay tuned because I have more posts coming for Fall! Let’s get started!
The first project I made was the adorable pumpkin patch sign shown above. To create this project you’ll need the following supplies:
- Reception sign (found at Dollar Tree in wedding decor section)
- white chalk paint
- sponge brush
- Cricut permanent vinyl in black and orange (or desired colors)
- Cricut weeding tool
- Free Design Space file
First, use the white chalk paint to paint over the Reception sign. You may need two coats to completely cover it. Chalk paint dries fast so this doesn’t take long. Allow to fully dry before applying vinyl.
Next, upload this Design Space file into your account. Resize as needed and cut.
Weed the design and apply to your sign using transfer tape.
Once you finish applying the vinyl to the sign you are finished! See how easy and adorable it was to make this DIY Dollar Tree fall decor? Add it to your farmhouse decor on your coffee table or anywhere! Want those gnomes in the picture? Grab the DIY gnome instructions!
Pin DIY Dollar Tree Fall Decor
More Fall Decor…
Click the photo to go to the tutorial!