Summer home decor doesn’t have to be expensive! See how I made this beautiful seashell picture frame out of Dollar Tree supplies.
See how I created these fun summer-themed starfish candlesticks out of supplies from Dollar Tree!
This upcycle didn’t cost me a dime to make! See how to make a reclaimed wood American flag for your Fourth of July DIY inspiration!
Making your own homemade powdered laundry detergent may take a few extra minutes of your time, but it’s a lot cheaper than store-bought. Plus you’re keeping your home chemical-free. Full instructions and cost break-down.
Hymnal page candles are so easy to make and look so pretty lit up at night. All you need is an old hymnal and a batter-powered tealight candle!
I made these farmhouse candle holders using thrift sale candle holders, homemade chalk paint, and mason jar lids. Click to see!
If you’re considering making your own chalk paint due to cost, read this first! I share a homemade chalk paint recipe plus my honest opinion on it.
Make your home smell fresh with a homemade room spray. Cut chemicals in the home by making your own room sprays!
Are you decluttering your closet and have old clothing to get rid of? Why not upcycle it instead of tossing it? Here are some great ways to upcycle your old clothing and get more use out of it.
With just a few items from Dollar Tree, I created this beautiful Kirkland’s knockoff chipped candle holder. Click to see how much mine cost vs. how much theirs cost!