The only person that likes going to the Dollar Store more than my kids do, is well, ME. If you know how to shop, you can save serious money on your DIY projects at the Dollar Store. Just the other day, I made an entire Halloween wreath with materials I found at Dollar Tree. And guess what? The entire craft project only cost me $8. Interested in how you can get those same great savings? Keep reading for more of my tips and tricks!
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Nix the expensive fabric bins purchased at Target, it would cost almost $40 to recreate this with materials from Target. Utilize storage space in a closet by using canvas bins as “drawers.” You’ll never have to look for your kids socks again!
Repurpose an old 2×4 with a coating of paint, clothes pins, and small hooks to organize your belts, necklaces, and other pieces of jewelry. If done correctly, this project could cost you less than $10! Power Tools and High Heels has the full tutorial up on her blog.
Looking for a great way to repurpsose an unused coat rack? Purchase some baskets from the Dollar Store and fashion yourself the ULTIMATE scrap booking station. Use a paper towel holder (also found at Dollar Tree) to keep your ribbon organized and tangle free.
Short on storage space? No worries! Wicker baskets can be mounted to the wall behind your toilet. Roll up your towels and wash cloths to save space in a drawer, or in a linen closet. Project from I’m Busy Procrastinating.
I’ve got more bathroom storage options for you, and I think this one will leave you amazed! Using wicker baskets and twine from the dollar store (usually found in the arts and craft section) to create a hanging basket storage device that would look fantastic in any room. Purchasing something like this could cost upwards of $50!
The Dollar Store has tons of great ribbon, and I love seeing what they have for the holidays! It might be hard to find a storage basket like this at the Dollar Store, but you can purchase one on Amazon for less than $10. It may cost more than a dollar, but nothing beats ribbon organization!
Find a cheap wall grid at any store (or maybe you have something that could do the trick it home?) and use it to display your favorite photos. Hang them up with clothespins (found at the Dollar Store) You’ll never have to spend big bucks on picture framing ever again!
If you can’t find fabric bins in the same color tones, you can always use fabric paint to make yours match! Instantly makeover your laundry room with labeled baskets that house all of your detergents. A Bowl Full of Lemons helps you make over your entire washroom.
Clothespins and thin wiring make for the easiest DIY calendar. Ever. Use it to organize your office, or as part of your kitchen Command Center. Better Homes and Gardens shows you where to get the labeling printables!