I’m going to let you in on a little know secret of a place where you can find some of the best fall decor for super cheap! I’m talking, go on a shopping spree for all of your fall decor, and spend less than $20!
Here’s the secret spot… The Dollar Tree
This is my absolute favorite place to get inexpensive craft supplies and home decor, if you haven’t checked out their home decor and craft section, its a must! Here are 50 other reasons you should visit the Dollar Tree right now.
Last year, I really wanted to share how I transform Dollar Tree fall decor into masterpieces for cheap, that I display around my home during the holidays, but I just didn’t get around to it #momlifeoflittles.
This year, I’m starting early and showing you how I transform my home into a fall oasis with these Dollar Tree pumpkins.
Transform Dollar Tree Foam Pumpkins
Once at the Dollar Tree, I grabbed a handful of their $1 Pumpkins. They actually had a lot of foam pumpkins to choose from this year. However, the orange carvable pumpkins I were after, weren’t in stock yet. They are the best for painting.
Instead, I grabbed a few foam pumpkins covered in this shiny plastic coating and headed for home.
Supplies you need to get started:
Follow along below to watch me transform my Dollar Tree foam Pumpkins.
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Prepare Your Dollar Tree Pumpkins
Once you have your Dollar Store pumpkins in hand, remove their stems, flowers, or whatever decor is glued to them.
A few of the pumpkins I grabbed had flowers and such glued to them. I plan to cut off the top of those foam pumpkins and use sticks for their stems because they came stemless.
Do you have kids? Make sure to check out these craft activities to keep your kids busy while you are crafting. Or have them paint a pumpkin or two of their own to display in their bedroom.
Begin Painting Your Foam Pumpkin
I chose to paint the majority of my pumpkins white and a few light blues. You can use whatever color paints you have on hand.
I have tons of leftover paint, so I used some white chalk paint and blue acrylic paint.
If you don’t have paint on hand, Dollar Tree has a craft section with a lot of paint choices. Every Dollar Tree does have different supplies on hand. If you don’t find something at one Dollar Tree, check another.
I found that sticking a toothpick into the bottom of the pumpkin while painting worked really well. Trying to hold a pumpkin and paint it at the same time doesn’t work too well.
Paint all of your pumpkins the color of your choice and then set them on cardboard to dry.
Tip: Don’t set the pumpkin on paper to dry, they will stick.
My Cheap Pumpkins On Display
There you have it, all my pretty pumpkins on display in my home. A little early for Fall, but what do I care.
There you have it, our favorite Dollar Tree pumpkin makeover. Give this easy inexpensive DIY Dollar Tree pumpkin craft a try.
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