Fall Dollar Tree Cricut Projects

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I LOVE farmhouse fall decor and making it yourself is a cost-effective way to change up your decor without breaking the bank! These easy Cricut Dollar Tree projects are easy and economical. I bet you will want to make them all! The good news is you can because they are cost-effective and fun.

farmhouse fall decor


I absolutely LOVE making home decor with my Cricut Maker or Cricut Explore Air 2. I have made everything from seasonal farmhouse signs using Dollar Tree supplies to a gorgeous wood block calendar (also using Dollar Tree supplies!). Although the materials are inexpensive the end result doesn’t betray the cost.


Dollar Tree Cricut Projects

One of my favorite things to make with my Cricut are dollar store projects. The possibilities are endless and since everything is just $1 I can make a lot even if I don’t have a lot of spare money to spend that month. You really get a lot of bang for your buck. Plus, I get a thrill creating something that looks expensive from materials that are anything but expensive! It’s like a game for me. Let’s get started!


I have 2 easy fall Cricut projects for you below and they all contain step by step directions. These projects are suitable for beginners to more advanced users. I promise they are SO easy! Plus, I have all the cut files for you in Design Space so they really are very easy. I also have several more Dollar Tree Cricut projects coming soon so be sure to follow me for more if you like what you see here!


Hello Fall sign DIY


Farmhouse Fall Decor DIY – Hello Fall Sign

Our first project is this adorable Hello Fall sign. I transformed a small square sign from the dollar store into a beautiful Hello Fall sign and I will show you exactly how to do this yourself!


dollar general wood square sign


For this project you will need:


Cricut materials


Begin by chalk painting the back of the wood sign so it looks like the sign above. I used a foam brush for this and did two coats of paint.

Then open the cut file in Design Space and cut it on black (letters) and metallic gold (leaves). Your Cricut machine will tell you what materials to load, which direction they should be on the mat (face up or face down) and when to load and unload them. It’s so easy!


apply vinyl to wood sign


Weed your cut designs.

Use transfer tape to carefully transfer each design onto your wood square. I applied the word “fall” first so I could make sure everything was positioned where I wanted it.


apply vinyl


Repeat this process with the remaining vinyl graphics.


farmhouse tiered tray


These little wood signs are the perfect size for adding to a fall tiered tray! I just love how cute this sign looks in my fall tiered tray I made. I’ll be showing you how I made the tray using $3 galvanized metal dog bowls and dollar store candle holders soon so stay tuned for that tutorial too!


fall decor cricut project


Fall Farmhouse Dice Decor

This next project transforms giant foam dice into faux wood block fall decor! It matches my farmhouse decor perfectly and uses the same metallic gold vinyl so your material cost is low!


foam dice from dollar tree


For this project you will need:

  • 2 packages of foam dice from Dollar Tree (pictured above)
  • white chalk paint
  • foam brush
  • Cricut Textured Metallic Vinyl (this one) in gold
  • Cricut transfer tape
  • Cricut weeding tool
  • Design Space file (here)

Begin by using the foam brush to apply chalk paint to the dice. I like to put my painted dice on wax paper so they don’t stick and I do multiple coats, flipping them as I go so each side gets painted and covers the orange completely.


apply vinyl to painted foam dice


Open the Design Space file (here) and cut the word fall using the metallic gold vinyl. It is already sized correctly for the foam dice.

Weed the vinyl.

Use transfer tape to apply each letter to one die to create the word “Fall” across all four dice.


fall decor projects


These fall dice look adorable when added to any fall decor display!


As you can see it is SO easy to transform basic dollar store products into amazing, custom decor pieces for fall. I have several more projects coming soon so be sure to subscribe below so you don’t miss them!

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  1. Thank you for sharing these insights. I am just getting into crafting all because I wanted to make cards without spending $7 dollars for each so I got the joy. A few days later I went out and purchased the air 2. I am excited to try my hand at selling..

    1. You’re welcome! I LOVE my Cricut – You’ll get hooked with all the fun things you can make!!

  2. Such cute fall decor! Come on over & share on our 3 link parties on LifeasaLEOWife.com! I do a lot of Cricut tutorials, so I know my readers would love this!

  3. LOVE ALL of these ideas, Sarah!
    We will be featuring you starting Wednesday at the Creative Crafts Linky Party! Pinned and shared!
    Creatively, Beth

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