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  • Valencia said:

    everything looks so much better under glass. So I made this homemade cloche for $4 using only dollar tree stuff. Hope you like it.

  • Marlene Alexander said:

    Love your website! You asked for crafts using dollar store tea towels and thought you might be interested in my tea towel kitchen valance.

  • ro said:

    Great web site could spend lots of time here. But ————-can not come up with ideas also so going now.
    thanks again for a great web site

  • Bella said:

    I love this site, always checking on for ideas,im amazed at some of the things people make they’re fab.
    have just started a blog myself and uploading some of my lil creations if anyone is interested in having a look.


    keep up the craftiness.


  • Annie said:

    You HAVE to enter this contest!!! Everyone who loves dollar tree! http://whyilovemydollartree.com/

  • Valencia said:

    Here are my embellished eggs from dollar tree.

  • Valencia said:

    Check out my kids photo eggs. The kids really love them!!


  • The Little Brown House said:

    I have made several craft projects using only Dollar Store items, and have received lots of good feedback on them! Here is a link to the most popular one.


  • Nicholette said:

    I made a candle luminary from wooden skewers that I purchases and the dollar store! Check it out! http://nv-craftenvy.blogspot.com/2010/04/skewer-candle-holder.html

  • Rachel Patnode said:

    Hi! I didn’t get the fabric at the Dollar store, I got it at Wal Mart!! lol! But it only cost $1. ANd now that I figured out this little pattern, I am going back for more $1 steals!! Check out this super cute Toddler Dress or tween summer top. It can be used as both!!


    p.s. LOVE your site!! =)

  • britt said:

    just put up some pictures of a skirt that i made using old t-shirts. go check it out here:


    link to original tutorial is included on the page.

    total cost for the skirt : 4 big shirts at 25 cents a piece = one dollar!! well plus the cost of some thread!! but it looks super cool!!

    love the original too!!

  • Sarah said:

    I made a desk organizer from bar-soap boxes and some paper from the dollar store :)


  • Dnay said:

    I love the flowerbox craFT YOU DID but i need to knlow where you buy thoose cute little colorful flowers

  • Jen M said:

    Hi Heather,

    I just linked you up on my new parenting blog, http://www.imanimama.com. I’ve been following you for a while and really love your site. If you get a chance, I’d love for you to check mine out and leave me some comment love. Thanks!

  • Michelle said:

    Hi Heather,

    I LOVE your site, I Have used several of your ideas around my home. I saw your Dollar store wedding ideas, they are wonderful, But…. How about graduation? My oldest boy is graduating this year, and I’m stumped for party Decor for outside.

    Michelle W.

  • Sarah said:

    I fuzzified some little flip flops for my little princesses :)


  • Lisa said:

    I created a tutorial for making cheap (but CUTE!) beach chair towel covers to keep your towel secure on your chair while at the beach or pool. you can see my free tutorial at http://princessthisisme.blogspot.com/2010/05/beach-chair-towel-cover.html
    I am new to blogging (but not crafting!) and hope to have plenty other ideas and tutorials soon. Feel free to pass the tutorial/link on to your friends. I searched everywhere for an existing tutorial and could not find one.


  • June said:

    I love this site for ideas. I made a wreath today with a wreath I picked up at a dollar store and used Target bags and hot glue to make an outdoor wreath.

    You can check it out at:


  • evelyn said:

    Hi! Just wanted to say, I love the toddlers hoodie!

  • carlyjcais said:

    Hello Heather –
    Thanks so much for visiting my site!
    Yes, I live in a suburb of Portland! (I take it you are based here too?)

    I love how much Portland supports independent artists and crafters – it was such a dream come true to move to such a creative community!

    Thanks so much for checking out my blog – I will definitely be adding dollarstorecrafts.com to my reading list! I love the idea and the premise of this blog it will probably be impossible to tear me away from it for the next few days as I catch up on all the archive posts!

  • Andrea said:

    Maybe I’m behind the times, but when I just subscribed to the newsletter, it gave me a page to add you to my address book. You’re in Salem, Oregon?!? I live in Salem too!

    I had no idea one of my favorite sites (I check it at least once a day) was being written so close to me!!! I actually just looked up your jointed letter banner for my grandparents anniversary party!

    Thank you so much for all the awesome projects and links :)

  • Audra said:

    Where’s your feature buttons? I’d love to put one on my blog! :)

  • Krysten said:

    Love your site so much I featured it on my blog! Thought I would give you a shoutout! Here is the post: http://clickableparty.blogspot.com/2010/09/friday-feature-me.html

    Clickable Party

  • Jill said:

    Love your blog! Thank you so much for posting a link to ours. We would love to put up your button if that is ok. We have only been doing the blog thing for a couple of months now and are still trying to get the hang of it. Thanks for checking us out!



  • Plain Graces said:

    I just wanted to let you know that I was inspired by your tutorial on Dryer Lint Paper. I linked to you in one of my blog posts, I hope that was alright. Thanks for inspiring us!

  • heather said:

    Thanks, Plain Graces! :)

  • Sue Wilhelm said:

    I have a question… maybe someone will be able to help me out. I recently was given a set of mirrored bifold closet doors. I had told a friend I was looking to upcycle some bifold doors and they brought me these. NOT what I had planned, I was looking for the shutter types. Anyway… does anyone know how I could upcycle these into something cool?? I really don’t want to break the mirrors to use on other crafts, but I am at a loss for an idea. Any suggestions are appreciated. Thanks!!

  • Linda said:

    You have a really great site. I go to it daily to check out all your new ideas and have gotten some good projects started for the holidays. It’s great to see what unique items can be made so inexpensively! Keep up the good work!

  • Michelle Barsema said:

    I enjoyed looking through your website. My only problem was that I had to leave your site and wanted to come back later. I found it difficult to come back to the last page I was viewing; without having to click on each page to find where I left off.
    Is there anyway that you could list the page numbers(as done in catalogs)so that you can resume your search on that specific page?
    [email protected]

  • Tresa Bozell said:


    Today I googled “paper wreath” images and right there, smack dab in the middle of all of the wreath images,, your sweet little face showed up. It made me smile. I love your site. Thanks for all you do!


  • Kristy Swain said:

    Thanks for posting my chair! You can find more information or other examples from my readers on my blog at http://www.hypheninteriors.com. Good luck – fun ideas!!

  • viebschen said:

    Can you please tell me where I can find the instructions for making the Hot Glue and Confetti heart ? I looked everywhere and could not find it. Thank you

  • heather said:

    We updated the link. Looks like that blog was taken offline so here’s the archived page: http://web.archive.org/web/20130221032209/http://elizabethbanks.com/blog/post/easy-valentine-diy-hot-glue-hearts