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The Dollar Store has got an incredible collection of festive decor stuff, and to help you make the most of them, here are 25 Oh So Gorgeous Dollar Store DIY Christmas Decor Ideas to Make You Scream With Joy!

1. DIY BERRY WREATH
Reflect the classic combination of Christmas colors – red and white with little touches of green at your door with a homemade wreath that is totally loaded with pretty fake berries. All you need is a few inexpensive supplies including a wreath form, lots of berry springs, and a hot glue gun to recreate the fruity-looking wreath gorgeous enough to greet all your guests with all the festive warmth.
2. WINTER VASES USING DOLLAR STORE FINDS
Taking cylinder glass vases from Dollar Tree as the base, this amazing do-it-yourself craft project transforms the glass into snowy goodness. You actually bring out a super stunning alternating strips of a snow texture on your vases and fill them with colorful ornaments of your choice, or simply stuff them with cute Christmas gifts for all your loved ones.
3. NEW YEAR KNOCK OFF PLATE
Let your serving plates encourage the festivities while the whole family gathers for a lovely meal – Beautiful cursive letters painted in bright gold with little finishing touches of silver sporting a quick word of celebration, that too all created at home. It takes no more than a few white plates from the Dollar Store and a few metallic Elmer’s paint markers to get it all done.
4. DOLLAR STORE FRAMED REINDEER SILHOUETTES
Santa’s reindeer ride simply can’t be forgotten when it comes to Christmas decor. And, The Dollar Tree’s holiday collection has got a sparkling set of 2 paper reindeer that can pull off these oh so glittery Framed Reindeer Silhouettes using some 5×7 frames, foam mount stickers, scissors, and some Christmas patterned paper. How wonderful it looks when placed on the mantel or under the X’mas trees.
5. DOLLAR STORE DIY: MY SNOWFLAKE WREATH
Synonymous to marvelous in appearance and easy as child’s play to build, this DIY wreath makes those cute little different-sized snowflake ornaments look like a pretty lace – all coming together to form the perfect Christmas wreath. That gorgeous glittery bow attached to the bottom of the wreath makes everything even more awe-inspiring. Apart from the ornaments, all you need is a wreath form, glue gun, and some ribbons.
6. FELT BALL GARLAND FOR CHRISTMAS
Add true splendor to your staircase, the walls of the house, or the mantel by decorating them all with these beautiful Christmas garlands that are nothing but loads of colorful felt balls tied into a string. And yes, you can even build the felt balls right from the very scratch, cutting that extra cost spent on store-bought supplies. Tie them all together and voila!
7. HOW TO MAKE ICED BRANCHES
A huge credit for making Christmas even more beautiful goes to the lovely winter weather and those sparkling white snow mountains accumulating round the town. Let’s bring that icy prettiness inside by building these trees with iced branches at home. Lots of tree branches, some glue, and some Color fill Diamond Vase Filler in different particle sizes is all you need to grab to get going with the project.
8. DIY AARIKKA INSPIRED JINGLE BELL ELVES
It won’t take more than a micro second to badly fall in love with these winsome Jingle Bell Elves resting on top of your treat tables, the bedsides or the mantel the moment your guests enter your home. Those long furry cone-like hats and scarves wrapped around their necks is worthy of stealing your heart. All you need is wooden beads, felt, Jingle bells, hot glue, and craft paint.
9. MAKE SOME METALLIC PAPER BALL ORNAMENTS FOR YOUR TREE
Here’s something that can give a tough competition to just about any store-bought Christmas tree ornament, that too without spending a great deal of bucks. No matter how delicate they look, they are simply unbreakable and super easy to make. These homemade Metallic Paper Ball Ornaments are shaped like pretty pine cones, looking oh so graceful with a peculiar luster in a variety of colors.
10. SCRABBLE TILE ORNAMENT
Hang these sophisticated and minimalist pieces of decor to your X’mas tree, sporting scrabble tiles coming together to form different words that work as the perfect tribute to the festive season. Simply grab that scrabble game and pick out the letters you want to use, followed by gluing them together to bring those amazing words to life. Add some final touches and make the ornament ready-to-hang by tying a ribbon bow.
11. SNOWY PINE CONE CANDLE JARS
Going for some nice candle holders that beautify the home with that special glow can turn out to be quite an expensive deal when you purchase them from the stores. But, these do-it-yourself Snowy Pine cone Candle Jars create an illusion of freshly fallen snow with their glamorous texture paint decor, made all the way more beautiful with snow-covered pine cones hanging on the top.
12. EGG CARTON ORNAMENTS
Best Out of Waste has been perfectly personified with some whimsical Christmas ornaments that have been all crafted out using used egg cartons. Jingle bells inserted inside the ornaments and that amazing touch of glitter makes everything loaded with bling and chimes. The other supplies you need are red craft paint, some twine, ribbon, Mod Podge, paper plate and hot glue gun.
13. EASY GEM ICICLE ORNAMENTS
These insanely lustrous ornaments don’t just make a dense and thick, bright green Christmas tree shine, but can add an unbeatable charm to a bare tree branch as well – making them perfect enough to decorate both your home and the yard. Calling for some floral wire, floral snips, and a hot glue gun, the icicles have got colorful gems arranged in an ascending order of their size, sticking to a thin wire.
14. DIY: SEQUIN SPARKLES ORNAMENT
Apt to be called as colorful balls of brightness, these sparkling ornaments are nothing but lots and lots of sequins in jewel tones covering a Styrofoam ball throughout. Recreating these little beauties no less than a true work of art takes a little patience, but how they turn out would make all that effort totally worth it. The other supplies you need are sequin pins, seed beads, Elmer’s glue, some twine, and ribbon.
15. EASY UPCYCLED PALLET CHRISTMAS TREES
Reclaimed pallets have got a complete spectrum of uses around the house, but this time it’s something else than building furniture. Using some white craft paint, a brush, stencils, Americana Decou-Page, gold glitter, and glue, transform old pallets into a rustic X’mas tree with the perfect out-of-the-box factor to it, while being just so right for small spaces at the same time.
16. DIY THUMBTACK ORNAMENT
Dress up a Styrofoam ball with loads of thumbtacks pulling off the easiest and the cheapest ornament for your Christmas tree. However, this one has got all the talent to give all those expensive ornaments out there a run for their money. A hot glue gun, scissors and some ribbon are the other handful supplies the ornament needs to get all set to bring joy to your tree.
17. HANDMADE STAR WIRE ORNAMENTS
Proving to be the most charming focal point of your X’mas tree, these wire ornaments shaped like a gorgeous star are a perfect blend of elegance, metallic colors and a subtle glamour. Lots of soft colored gauge wire hooked around 6 points of a star is repeatedly wrapped in an innovative fashion to end up in a thick, shining star that has got everything you need to make your guests wonder.
18. MASON JAR GLOBES
Whether you are planning to add those elements of holiday decor to your space, or want to touch your loves ones with a handmade present, these Mason Jar Globes holding a DIY Underwater Forest inside are all you need. All credits go to gorgeous plastic or ornaments, as well as faux flowers and garlands that sit inside mason jars filled with water and lots of old fashioned glitter or snow confetti.
From: Make-Haus
19. BOTANICAL ORNAMENT
As the name suggests, this stunning ornaments combine all the holiday festivities with a hint of nature to form a DIY X’mas tree ornament in no more than two minutes. Simply fill a clear ornaments with lots of dried plants, dried cedar and berries, followed by decorating it with a bright red ribbon. Can it get anymore easier than this nature-filled ball?
20. HANGING STARS AND TREES
Look no further than your backyard to put those little tree branches to wonderful use by adding a festive spin to them and converting them into a star garland, or pretty star-shaped or mini tree-shaped X’mas ornaments. You don’t need more than 4 readily available tools including a hot glue, pliers, straw thread, and scissors to recreate the whimsical decor with utmost ease.
21. DOUBLE SPARKLE NO-SHED SECRET GLITTER TECHNIQUE
Integrating just a little bit of glitter to even the most basic objects can make them turn into a thing of complete splendor, and one such example of the same is these DIY Candlesticks that are all about glam and glitz. Covering simple candlesticks from the Dollar Store in lots of golden glitter using this double sparkle no-shed glitter technique, you can make them truly X’mas-worthy.
22. CHRISTMAS SNOW BALLS
We bet you won’t even need to think of adding any second element to your X’mas decor once you have these beautifully huge snowballs hanging from your ceilings with utmost elegance. The secret is to insert tons and tons of thick toothpicks into different-sized Styrofoam balls, followed by inserting a hook made out of white fabric covered wire into the balls.
23. EASY DIY GLITTER STARS
Fancy and graceful are the words that would strike the minds of your family and friends when they get a glimpse of these Easy DIY Glitter Stars working as centerpiece for your holiday table, or simply hanging on the walls. Just buy large ornaments from the Dollar Store in co-coordinating colors, preferably a combination of stars and cones that you can merge together.
24. MAGENT MANIA TUTORIAL
The author calls these little glass-accent marbles complimented with the perfect elements of craft as an amazing festive gift. What this one actually has are adorable pictures of snowmen from stamps, cute small hearts, newspaper cuttings, glitter flowers cut from glitter paper and much more adhered to flat sides of the marbles, finally attaching each of them to little magnets, ending up in the lovely Magnet Mania.
25. DOLLAR STORE CHRISTMAS CANDLE HOLDER
Spruce up your Christmas decor with a gorgeous glow of those festive candles coupled up with a little craft and color – DIY Christmas Candle holders made out of glass candle holders brought from Dollar Store, lots of colorful flat backed glass stones, a hot glue gun, glue sticks, and of course, some candles. Covered with rows of stunning stones in green, red and white, the holders look simply wow.
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