If you haven’t decorated for the holidays yet, well, come sit next to me. But I’ve got good news for you: all you need are a few Dollar Tree supplies to make some truly lovely Christmas decorations. DIY skill isn’t even required for most of these. So let’s get your home looking festive with these cheap and easy Dollar Tree Christmas decor ideas!
Let’s start with a super easy project from The Crazy Craft Lady. Grab your favorite Dollar Tree gift bag and cut it to fit into the frame of your choice. Instant holiday decor!
Or use a frame and ball ornaments to make a chic wall or door hanging. From Pinterest.
You can’t get much easier – or more adorable – than this snowman candle from Fox Hollow Cottage.
You don’t need any DIY skill to make these darling stocking place settings. Just grab mini stockings from the Dollar Tree, fill them with silverware, and you’re good to go.
I’m pretty sure you want this sweet fishbowl snowman in your life. From Yesterday on Tuesday.
The Gardening Cook brings candy canes and poinsettias together to make this pretty centerpiece.
I love these mirror boxes from Hi Sugar Plum. All you need are Dollar Tree mirrors and some hot glue. Fill them with candles, flowers, candy canes, or whatever makes you feel most Christmas-y.
Never underestimate the decorating power of what I like to call Things in Bowls. This collection of ball ornaments is shiny and festive and couldn’t be easier.
Kathryn from Doitonadime uses plant supports and Dollar Tree garland to make very expensive looking porch trees for just a few bucks.
Follow Remodelaholic’s tutorial to make this gorgeous Christmas tablescape with Dollar Tree supplies.
These plates look like they came straight from a Pottery Barn catalog. From On Sutton Place.
These chair wreaths from Passionate Penny Pincher are a cheap and easy way to class up your dining table.
How are you using Dollar Tree supplies to decorate your home for the holidays?
Happy Couples says
Beautiful adornments for Christmas and very cheap at the same time!
Tasha Marie says
Love them all! I wish I would have seen this sooner. Next year!