Best of the best Dollar tree top 5

Hi there everyone!

Coming down to the wire here now aren’t we all!

I could not let the time go by without sharing the best of the best dollar tree top 5 projects 2013.

best of the best for a buck second annual

They were all amazing, and really inspiring. I saved a few for next year.

Thank you to all those who joined in the 2nd annual Dollar tree all things Christmas party.

First up,

These glass ball snowmen were just so adorable.

3 snowmen

Diane had fun crafting with friends and shares the how to.

Next,

This is a beautiful display of burlap Christmas art.

This Diy Christmas ornament wreath was a real show stopper.

 

Not to mention how gorgeous it looks on this turquoise door.

Could these diy snow villages be any cuter?

Make Snow Village Jars - my family loved making these! eclecticallyvintage.com

Then there was this gorgeous coffee filter Christmas tree

Yvonne, also made a really pretty wreath to go with.

last but not least and one for good luck. I always have to add one extra.  I really could go on an on.

Doreen turned dollar tree into elegance with these diy personalized ornaments with just a few simple touches.

Thank you all again for joining Shannon and I for our annual All things Dollar tree Christmas party.  We look so forward to this event.

See y’all next year.

P.S.  I based the best of, according to visits from the linkySweet Kiss

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  1. says

    Hi Debbie! Thank you so much for naming my snowmen one of the best. I just popped over to the other sites to check out their creative genius. All of them are amazing! See and people say a buck doesn’t go far! Thanks for hosting another fun challenge. Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas!

  2. says

    Wow, I have to find the original post for the party, it looks like you had some amazing submissions! I really love the snowmen, and that Joy burlap decor is awesome! I have to stop over to pin these for next year. (the way this year went, I should probably start making them now!!)
    Debbie :)
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