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Fall Fun at Dollar Tree

10 August 2011 23,845 views 515 Comments

by heather

ceramic pumpkins

Have you taken a look at your local Dollar Tree lately? What fun things have you seen? Of course, there are some great deals on back-to-school items, but we are also starting to see harvest decor items. These ceramic pumpkins and gourds are in again this year, and I really like the interesting finishes on them and the colors (especially all grouped together). Would you use these as-is, craft them into something new, or pass on them?

If you can't find these at your local store, you can order them online. Did you know that shipping is free if you have the order shipped to your local Dollar Tree and pick it up there? I didn't either!

Shipping is always FREE at DollarTree.com when you choose to have your order shipped to your local Dollar Tree store!

$50 Dollar Tree Gift Card Giveaway

Well, I want you to be able to do some fall crafting (or back-to-school shopping), so Dollar Tree has donated a $50 gift card for one lucky reader!

To Enter:


  1. Comment below and tell us how you would spend the $50 gift card.
  2. Winner will be chosen randomly on Saturday, August 13th at about 8am Pacific.

And the Winner Is:

gift card winner

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  • Carrie T said:

    I would love to win! Thanks for a chance. My sons b-day is in October and a $50 card would go far with decorating and buying things for the party.

  • LORI said:

    I do most of my shopping in the Dollar Tree! It’s the smart way to shop!If I won the giftcard, I would stock up on school supplies for my daughters and defintely go nuts with all the fall goodies!!

  • Heather Bennerman said:

    I have always wanted to throw a fabulous Halloween Party! Crossing my fingers!

  • Monica said:

    I would buy fall stuff!! And school supplies!

  • Jennifer Young said:

    I would spend it on party supplies and craft supplies.

  • julie mcfarland said:

    hi, great idea! i would get some great crafty materials and donate them to a preschool in town that cares for children who live in shelters. also, if they still have some flower/veggie seeds- i’d get some and plant them in my garden box. thanks for the opportunity!

  • Gloria said:

    I am a big craftster, so I would spend the $50 on crafting materials!!!

  • Tamara C said:

    What WOULDN’T I spend it on? :)

    School Supplies, Halloween, Crafts, MAKE UP for my teenager, these little food saver bags that look like shower curtains and come in 3 sizes that are PERFECT for all those storage bowls that I’ve lost the lids to. Snacks for home, snacks for school. I get giddy just thinking about all the things I could buy. :)

  • Whitney said:

    Oh goodness…. I would spend the gift card on home decor items like clear vases, fall decor and halloween decor. I would also peruse the make up aisle for very reasonable brushes and make up.

  • christie smith said:

    craft and party supplies!

  • rana eaton said:

    my birthday and both of my sons’ birthdays are all in a 9 day period (starting today)…. i’d be buying birthday party stuff.

  • teria said:

    I would either donate it to my childs teachers to purchase back to school supplies for her class and needy children or use it to buy supplies or the Oval Art classes that I teach at the school using the wonderful ideas that I get from this and other blogs!

  • Sarah A. McCoy said:

    I have a friend who has had to move into my basement and she needs so much I would so use the 50 bucks to help her get situated down there. Thank you.

  • Nancy M. said:

    I would use it to buy supplies and blanks for my machine embroidering hobby, dish towels, placemats, T-shirts, anything you can embroider on.

  • Chris Richman said:

    We take turns every year picking a theme for the Christmas tree. Last year my son chose “Owls”. He could use our stored decorations, a $10 budget to make or purchase new decorations, and one “big ticket” item that he could use for his theme and that could contribute to future themes (he chose a string of pinecone lights). I don’t know yet what theme my daughter has chosen for this year’s tree, but I know we will be shopping for it at Dollar Tree!