Dollar Store Decorating For Fall
Eeep! We’re just on the cusp of my VERY favourite season and I’m pumped about decorating our house! Fall decor is so much fun and it’s SO easy (and inexpensive!) to welcome its colours into your home. We’ve recently moved, which means MOST of my decor is stashed in boxes, just waiting to be unpacked, but I have a few ideas on how me and my daughter can craft up some fun and simple fall decor — after just a quick trip to the dollar store!
The dollar store is my secret weapon for awesome seasonal decor. During autumn and moving into the holidays, you can find the BEST items that just need a bit of tweaking to look like you picked them up somewhere much fancier. Today I’m sharing some cool ideas for dollar store decorating that you can try out with your fam too! Enjoy!
How cute are these little painted wood slice pumpkins! You could take this one up a notch by using coloured chalkboard paint and writing sweet little autumn messages on them! (via A Night Owl)
Grab some fabric tape and some adorable mini pumpkins for this fun fall craft! A whole collection of these would look amazing on a bookshelf, mantle, or in your windowsill. (via Upcycled Treasures)
Need a simple centrepiece in a hurry? Check out this easy idea using popcorn kernels, candles, and fake leaves. The effect is beautiful and can be created in just a few minutes. (via Amanda Jane Brown)
I adore these faux mercury glass pumpkins! It can be tricky (and pricy) to find beautiful mercury glass that’s still in perfect condition, but with this quick DIY you can make your own with any sort of glass container — in this case, a sweet little pumpkin for fall! (via Thistlewood Farms)
There’s just one quick step you need to follow for making these gorgeous fall garlands! Pick up some fake foliage from the dollar store and make your own! (via Making Home Base)
Autumn might be all about pumpkins, but it’s all about apples too! Celebrate the season with this easy-to-make apple wreath. Hang it inside or on your front door to greet guests. (via The Wood Grain Cottage)