With everything going on right now. DIYs have become a great self-care escape for me. I especially love creating unique home decor items to change up my decor on a budget. Today I have two unique DIY Dollar Tree Farmhouse Decor ideas with a rustic twist. Rustic farmhouse decor is not my usual home decor aesthetic but I wanted to do something different and it has been requested by many of you so I thought I would give it a try.
I decided to make this gorgeous rustic planter that has become one of my favorite projects so far. I enjoyed making it and I loved that the base of the plantar was using a recyclable product. It took around 30 mins to paint, and glue all the wood pieces and wood stumps to the plastic base. That does not include drying time. The project cost me $5 ( 4 bags of wood slices and 1 bag of wood stumps). I already had the black spray paint and the plastic jar was a peanut container that was going to be recycled.
The second DIY Dollar Tree farmhouse decor idea is this galvanized wall planter that in the end exceeded my expectations. Keep reading below to see how you can make these awesome DIYs.
SUPPLIES NEEDED FOR RUSTIC PLANTER
- Wood Slices – Dollar Tree ( if not available check any craft store). I used 4 bags.
- 4 wood stumps ( 1 pack) – Dollar Tree
- Black Spray paint
- E-6000 glue
- Glue Gun
SUPPLIES NEEDED FOR GALVANIZED WALL PLANTER
- 1 cake pan – Dollar Tree
- Form board
- Chalkboard sign- Dollar Tree
- Black and white acrylic paint
- Aluminum pan cover- Dollar Tree
- Nautical rope
- Flowers and greenery of your choice ( In the video I got mine at Walmart)
For step by step instructions please check out the video. If you like what you see please do not forget to like, subscribe, comment, and share.
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