Labor Day marks the change of season: goodbye summer, hello fall. And it also marks the change of decoration in your home. Check out this frugal fall home decor idea using Dollar Tree products.
Easy Fall Home Decor with Dollar Tree Products
The Dollar Tree has a great selection of glassware for home decor projects. These can be used for a wide variety of things: candles, vase, DIY decor. You can use the containers as is or create a taller piece by gluing a candlestick holder to the bottom of one of the votive holders.
Supplies for a Dollar Tree Centerpiece
- glass votive or hurricane of your choice
- glass candlestick
- permanent adhesive glue
- whatever you want to fill the glass
How to Make Dollar Tree Centerpiece
Now that you have your supplies. It’s really as easy as gluing the candlestick base onto the bottom of the hurricane glass. I would suggest you leave the piece upside down (like in the first picture above) to dry. After the glue has set, turn it over and fill it up!
For fall I thought the beans were a perfect color. In my Fall centerpieces I used black beans, kidney beans and navy beans. You could also though corn and split peas for a little more color. And yes the bags of beans also came from the Dollar Tree!
These Dollar Tree centerpieces are quite versatile too. Think of all the ideas for filling your Dollar Tree
Centerpiece… seasons, holidays and celebrations!
Want some more Frugal Fall Decor ideas? Watch my Good Day Columbus segment.