Because our favorite season is finally here, I’ve come up with an entire list of Dollar Tree fall decor ideas to consider to help spruce up your home.
Tis the season for baggy sweaters, hot apple cider and fall all the things – decor is no exception. And I honestly feel like the Dollar Tree is underappreciated when it comes to decorating and DIYing. We have several here in Indy and they all seem to vary in what they carry, but I can always find some really cool stuff – and it’s cheap! Here’s an entire list of spectacular Dollar Tree fall decor ideas you’re going to love!
Upcycled Dollar Tree Shabby Chic Pumpkin via Living Chic Mom
Fall Candle Centerpiece via That’s What Che Said
Canning Ring Pumpkins
Fall Leaf Centerpiece via Passionate Penny Pincher
Easy Fall Pumpkin Centerpiece
Dollar Store Leaf Pillow Cover via Sparkles of Sunshine
Easy Fall Candle Holder Decor
Easy Copper Dollar Store Pumpkins Centerpiece via Up To Date Interiors
If you enjoyed these Dollar Tree fall decor ideas, you’re going to love these other fall inspired posts as well:
I enjoy making bucket lists per season. A little weird I admit, but it’s so fun! And instead of simply writing our list down on a plain piece of boring paper, I decided to shake things up for our fall bucket list. This year, we made an actual bucket to put our list in. How fun!
I managed to find all of the supplies at my local craft store (Michael’s) and paid less than $5 for everything shown. We sat down as a family to decide what should be on this year’s fall bucket list and got to work.
Tis’ the season for being thankful! Though we should be thankful for our blessings year round, something about the fall, especially November, makes us feel extra thankful. I decided this would be a great time to craft up this easy ‘Thankful’ Fall Decor. What a great reminder to all those who see!
I found this rectangular chalkboard at Target a while ago in their Dollar Spot, but you can use any picture frame to the chalkboard. It’s simple to turn any piece of wood or frame into a chalkboard with chalkboard paint. I buy mine from Walmart and get it for less than $3 a bottle. The best part of crafting is getting to make things unique to you!
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