Here’s a pretty accurate description of a conversation that I love having.
Oh, I love that cute little Farmhouse wreath!-nosy neighbor
Oh, thanks! I made it.-me
Shut up!-nosy neighbor
Yup. And it’s all from the Dollar Store.-me
SHUT UP!-nosy neighbor
I know you want to have conversations like that, too, so I have 21 seriously, ridiculously awesome Dollar Store Farmhouse Style DIY’s that you can make in no time and for practically no money.
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21 Dollar Tree Farmhouse DIY’s To Make Your Neighbors Jealous
We’re going to be all over the house with these DIY’s. Kitchen, living room, bedroom. Pretty much everywhere.
What you will love about a lot of this stuff is that it is cute AND functional. Not all of it. But a lot of it.
Order all of your Dollar Tree crafts online in bulk and you can have them shipped to your home or to the store. It makes crafting so much easier when you already have what you need on hand!
I’m moderately obsessed with this enamel mug organizer from Home Road.
That’s a lie. I am fully obsessed. I love the colors, I love that it is functional.
I don’t love that it requires some DIY skills, but that’s me being lazy. You’re not lazy, so go make this!
If you can’t get to the Dollar Tree for the mugs, these one’s from Amazon are cute!
This Wood Block Calendar from Little House of Four is the thing on this list that made me go, Oh, my God, that is too cute!
And, it is also FUNCTIONAL! It’s a calendar and it’s flipping adorable.
And the DIY skills here are minimal. You can totally do this on a lazy Sunday afternoon.
Don’t feel like DIY’ing it? Amazon has some cute options to buy!
Salvage Dior has done some serious work with some shelf paper liner and small silver platters from the Dollar Tree.
Those are farmhouse/shabby chic all day.
That’s the type of project that a crafty genius comes up with and then is kind enough to share with the world.
Amazon has lace-like shelf liner paper, too.
HGTV has a really adorable take on the whole picture frame to lantern phenomenon.
Oh, you didn’t know that was a phenomenon? It is. Search it up on Pinterest. It’s huge.
These are the cutest ones I’ve seen by far.
Bring the farmhouse style into your bedroom or closet with this DIY Jewelry Storage from Confessions of a DIYer.
I’m a big fan of anything blue, especially when it comes to farmhouse style which tends to be very white and off white.
Blue and white together are amazing.
You love succulents. I know you do because I do, too. Who doesn’t? I go for fake succulents though because I’m a plant murderer.
This DIY Succulent Planter from Craftberry Bush could be for either faux or the real thing.
No one is going to believe that the materials for this came mostly from the dollar store.
I believe that.
These DIY Galvanized Wall Planters from The Hip Homestead are very modern farmhouse.
Hip & Homestead, most definitely.
These are really something that could cross into almost any style of decor, really.
This little industrial basket from North Country Nest looks like you might have grabbed it out of the barn and plopped it down on the kitchen counter.
Wait. That sounds kind of gross.
You picked it up out of the barn and washed it off and ran it through the dishwasher and then put it down on the kitchen counter.
I don’t know I might not ever put anything on the counter that came out of a barn.
Not up for a DIY? These are a great match from Amazon.
Here’s another cute little basket from White Cottage Home & Living.
It’s just a plain old plastic bin wrapped in some twine with a cute little chalkboard label.
You do not have to be rich to have a cute house. You just need an imagination. Or Pinterest. And a little elbow grease.
This Pebble & Succulent Wreath from the Shabby Creek Cottage wins the prize for most unique.
This reminds me of a French countryside farmhouse.
I don’t know why I equate pebbles with the French countryside, but I do. So this is now a French Country Wreath.
Oh, maybe it was just this Kitchen Canister from House Full of Handmade that was in my mind when I was thinking about that pebble wreath and imagining it was French Farmhouse.
This is definitely French Farmhouse.
I can tell because that label is in French.
If you’d rather just buy something, I love this set from Amazon:
There’s something very crisp and inviting about these labels from The Country Chic Cottage.
I would feel very in charge of my farmhouse if my pantry had serious little labels like that.
Like I really had it all together and I run a tight ship.
These tin planters from Holly Grace win the award for the easiest DIY in the bunch.
You basically buy the planters, buy the greenery and voila!
Farmhouse-y style in a flash.
I’ve always loved the look of those cotton ball wreaths.
I had no idea you could just make them with good old cotton balls.
Thank you to the Crazy Craft Lady!
This is a great option if you’d rather grab your wreath from Amazon:
These DIY Tea Towel Pillows from The Woodgrain Cottage are my favorite farmhouse Dollar Store DIY of the bunch.
I don’t know if I already said one of the others was my favorite, but if I did, I lied.
This is my favorite.
What’s great about this Farmhouse Style Moss Topiary from The Happy Housie?
Um, it’s an instant Christmas decoration, that’s what.
Also it’s cute and cheap and easy to make. So that’s like 4 good reasons to make this.
Little House of Four has all the crafty skills. I love this little DIY Vintage Sign.
Another wonderful example of a generous crafter sharing a tutorial so you can look like you are crafty, too.
And impress all of your jealous friends.
DIY Farmhouse Table Setting for Fall
Pretty up inexpensive dollar store plates with a couple of feathers and a cute little pumpkin.
You can try some dish towels for napkins, too!
I don’t know that succulents are actually really farmhouse. I mean, they are dessert plants, right? So I assume not a lot of farms around.
But whatever, they look adorable in these little rustic pots from Pink When.
More Faux Cotton Stems from Meet Our Life. These are remarkably realistic.
Just stick them in a vase and yes, you have farmhouse style. Although, this is a also a little modern and minimal looking.
That’s the kind of farmhouse I would want to live in.
Our Southern Home SC has made a really lovely little candle holder from dollar store items.
This would be lovely as a centerpiece on your dining room table.
Once your kids get all their homework and sports crap off of it. And your husbands laptop bag. And your laptop. And various coffee cups.
I saved these Farmhouse Style Wall Sconces from My Love 2 Create for last because I really wanted to wow you with what can be accomplished with a few bucks and whole lot of ingenuity.
I mean, those are some pretty awesome Farmhouse wall sconces, right?
Who thinks of these things??
If you’re a little more Modern farmhouse, check out these sconces from Amazon.
What Are You Going To Do Now?
Well, if I were you, I’d get myself to the dollar store and make some stuff before your nosy neighbor finds this post on Pinterest and SHE gets all of the compliments on her farmhouse style first.
I’ll go find your keys. Let’s go.
Check this post for more dollar store home decor ideas that aren’t farmhouse style.