How to DIY Your Home Farmhouse Style for Cheap

Winter is nearly coming to an end, which means it’s time to decorate for Spring! We’ve rounded up several Dollar Tree Farmhouse DIYs you can do to easily upscale your home for the spring season all without breaking the bank. Be sure to bookmark this post and pin it to your favorite home decor Pinterest board so you can come back later!

How to Decorate Your Home Farmhouse Style for Cheap

When it comes to giving your home a farmhouse feel, it doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg. Despite how the magazines and Pinterest make it look, you can get the same results by shopping places like Dollar Tree, flea markets, yard sales, and thrift stores. You can also make many things yourself (like the ideas highlighted below).

Dollar Tree Farmhouse DIYs for Spring

Get ready to have your creative hat blown because these do-it-yourself ideas are not only practical but also functional!

Coffee Mug Organizer (Homeroad)

If you want to copy this exact craft project, it does require a little crafting skill and hardware; however, it’s also an easy one to change up a bit. Instead of attaching the mugs to the wood plank, you can use the wood plank as a table-like piece and simply place the mugs on top. I’d still use the chalkboard labels, but if you want to skip the screwing, go for sitting them on a table like normal.

Dollar Tree Wood Block Calendar (Little House of Four)

If you’ve been eyeballing your own wood block calendar set from Hobby Lobby but didn’t quite want to pay the price, here’s a way to make your own. Using wood blocks, craft paint, and sandpaper purchased from Dollar Tree, you can make your own set! Katie not only gives you a thorough tutorial but she also has a free printable so you can use the exact letters she does on hers.

Silver Platter Wall Art (Salvage Dior)

Silver platters combined with vintage shelf paper liner scream farmhouse. This is a quick and easy way to add an elegant farmhouse style to any room in your home, especially to the kitchen and dining room. These are also easy to refurbish should you choose to use the platters for something else in the future.

Ceramic Bowl Succulent Topiary (Craftberry Bush)

Get ready to build a super cute centerpiece for your living room table, dining room table, or to showcase on your front porch. All you need are several ceramic bowls of different sizes, glass cups, a bag of river rocks, moss, and some faux succulents – all from Dollar Tree. This project costs less than $10.00 but looks like you paid $50 for it. This would also make a super cute gift for a friend who has a spring birthday.

Industrial Style Baskets (North Country Nest)

Over the past year or so, Dollar Tree has really upped its supply of bins and baskets. Nowadays, you can find different sizes of wire baskets that can be manipulated into an industrial-style look with just a few added accents. These baskets can be used in the bathroom to hold small towels, hung in the kitchen to hold fresh farm eggs, or used in the living room to hold electronics or games.

Twine-Wrapped Baskets (My Life From Home)

Speaking of baskets, here’s another do-it-yourself thrift store farmhouse project to try. All you need for this one is a plastic basket and the large jute rope from Dollar Tree. Start at the bottom of the bucket and hot glue the rope around the bucket until you reach the top. In the tutorial, Gillian uses a chalkboard she purchased from Michael’s (an optional addition).

Galvanized Pots and Faux Greenery Display (Holly Grace)

Galvanized pots stuffed with faux greenery is the gist of this farmhouse-style craft project. These can be found at Dollar Tree, which makes this another craft idea that costs less than $10. Hot glue a piece of styrofoam inside the bottom of the pots and stuff the greenery inside. If you’re using multiple pots, you can keep them separate or together on a tin tray.

Final Thoughts

These Dollar Tree farmhouse DIYs for Spring ideas will help you create different types of decor that can be used all around your home. The next time you’re at Dollar Tree, pick up a few things and give a few of these projects a go!

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