Dollar Tree Christmas projects and tips

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Dollar Tree Christmas projects and tips

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  1. Christine here love all your painted projects, wow you have been busy! I believe that making your own home decor items is great, why spend money buying store-bought, anyhow what we save we can spend on more crafting goodies? Hugs and prayers always xx

  2. If you are getting another one and have to get a ‘tis the season again then just turn it opposite the other one, so both sides can see the saying and you don’t have to worry about it facing in certain direction. Btw auto correct changes ‘‘tis to it’s if single quote not added. I was wondering why I kept seeing it’s the season. 🤣🤣🤣

  3. I love your teal tray set! I kind of feel like the second and third trays on the red are too close together. I did tole/decorative painting for years. It’s good to have those skills and supplies! Nice to see you have been busy! Stay safe!

  4. Hi Kim, just loved how your projects turned out, especially the 3 tier tray. It turned out so beautiful and loved the colors. Good job on that. Can’t wait to see what else you will be making. Tfs💕

  5. You have been busy! I like how you made up your mind as you were showing us the red/black plates 😂. The gingerbread house is awesome! As is the teal tiered tray. Hugs and stay safe and well, susandee

  6. I too, like the "Tis the season" on the second level it is really cute, I love the other one too so cool for all year long, especially with your decor. Your wood pieces are really nice. I do my best thinking in the car and then also at night

  7. You did a fantastic job with all the painting and creativity. I avoid painting anything. No matter how careful I am, I always get paint in the wrong place and it ends up looking like a blind, one-armed baboon painted it. Love the idea of the red-and-black stand. It's probably just me, but I'd like to see them in graduated size, like your metallic teal one. So you either need a larger one on the bottom (a charger, maybe) or a smaller one for the middle. Uh oh, you know what that means — more shopping!

  8. Cute 3 tier tray. I like having the “ it’s the season” phrase on the 2nd level. So fun to see your other projects. Ooh my goodness the gingerbread house is soooooo cute. Love all the details especially the addition of the sticklers and texture paste. Wishing you a super week. Stay safe. Hugs Susan

  9. Super cute projects!!! Love the tray with ‘Tis the season’ as the second tray. You had me laughing about the glue😂. Great job on the snowman!!! Thanks for the tip about the blue!!! Cute gingerbread house!!! The teal tray perfect with your colors!!! TFS!!!

  10. Hey am I first in? I was so excited to see the alert come up on my phone that your put a video! Your projects are adorable! I love that last tiered tray – it made me think you might want to do double candlesticks on the Christmas one too so you can see what is actually in the bottom tray? (Just throwing it in there since you were asking for input). We have similar crazy glue and chemical rules in our house about not using them where there is carpet. Carpet and dirty clothes had to be added to the list – one time my husband was gluing something in the garage (I think it was motorcycle engine parts) and then filled whatever he was crazy gluing with some chemical and then decided the best way to get from the garage to the back yard to leave it to dry was through the house – starting in the laundry room where this goo leaked out on the dirty clothes waiting to go into the washer – including my daughter band uniform that had cost a small fortune – then through the kitchen and the living room trying the chemicals out on tile and carpet – I guess to make sure it ruins all surfaces it comes into contact with. It was a thorough experiment in that goo vs flooring and clothing. I can’t tell you how many times I have had to unglue children’s fingers and foreheads from things because of crazy glue and the cat had a patch on his tail that was never right after a crazy glue experiment. Anyway I have rambled on – you brought up some old memories and when my husband asks later why I am smacking him on the arm out of the blue I’ll tell him to read this post – cuz I’m remembering what he did.

    Bunches of love
    Noelle

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