I always enjoy a good decor challenge on a budget, so when my friend Terrie, from Decorate and more with Tip invited me to her DIY Dollar Tree Challenge, I knew I would love it!!
DIY Dollar Tree Challenge:
Rules: Purchase an 18 inch tree from The Dollar Tree and decorate it as budget friendly as possible!! Challenger accepted ✅
I started off with this white Christmas tree from The Dollar Tree. I decided to use some of my leftover painter’s drop cloth canvas to make a bow topper and ribbon for the tree. All you do is cut a small cut at the top of the canvas then make a second cut, depending on your width you want of your “ribbon”. I decided my bow ribbon and ribbon cascading down the tree would be 2 inches in width and around 20 inches long. I like my ribbon to sort of bunch into the branches. A drop cloth is only $3 for a small one.
Next I decided to use my wood star garland from one of my fav shops, 302 Wood Works .
Lastly, I went to Hobby Lobby and purchased these little pink mini ornaments for $1.99 at 50% off!
Along with these mini ornament hooks for .99 cents at 50% off. For the tree skirt, I used a piece of canvas drop cloth! I only spent $3 and some change on the supplies for decorating the tree. My total cost for decorating my tree was $4.32!!
I wanted to style the tree in our girls bathroom upstairs, which is decorated in a boho theme. I wanted the tree to reflect that, with a pop of pale pink for color and a fun flair! What do y’all think?
Please don’t forget to head on over to each of my friends, as they show us what magical transformation they made to their Dollar Store Christmas tree!!
Terrie – Decorate and More with Tip
Kelli – K’s Olympic Nest
Shae – Sweet Southern Grace
Rebecca – Rebecca Anne Home
Dollar Store/Dollar Aisle Tree Ideas
Dayna – Just Another Farmhouse
Christine – CD’s Country Living
Dani – Welcome to the Taborhood
Tammy – Patina and Paint
Carol – Bluesky at Home
Mary – Shady Oak and Sassafras
Jessica – Jessica Welling Interiors
Teresa – Through a Vintage Door
Michelle – Blessings by Me
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