I am sharing an Easy To Make Dollar Store Spring Arrangement that came together in literally 15 minutes and cost a whopping $7 to make!
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Let me show you how simple this Spring Arrangement is to make and what supplies you need.
Easy To Make Dollar Store Spring Arrangement
First of all, can you believe this adorable Galvanized Planter is only $1? Seriously I have a million ideas for how to use these!
Place the foam in the bottom of the planter. I separated the onion grass into several sections to space it out in the arrangement.
Then separate the daisy bushes into several sections as well. Once the arrangement is to your liking, cover the top with reindeer moss.
See how quick and easy that was? You can change out the flowers for each season and use it year round.
How about making two to flank each end of a mantel? The possibilities are endless and for this price you can’t go wrong.
Another easy dollar store idea is to cover plastic easter eggs with old books or sheet music like I did below.
I hope you enjoyed this Dollar Store Spring Arrangement. You can check out the St. Patrick’s Day Dollar Store Wreath I shared below:
and a Dollar Store Lantern I made out of picture frames:
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Be sure to visit the other bloggers below to see the creative Dollar Store projects they are sharing. They are awesome!