71 Amazing ideas for Dollar Tree fall crafts for 2022, with easy tutorials on how to make your own decor for your home this season.
I’ve gathered 71 of the best, and quick and easy –do it yourself fall crafts tutorials.
These will help you do it up in style and on a budget so you can create a warm fall ambience for your home.
I’ve also decided to add a few tutorials that don’t have materials that come from the Dollar Store because they are still very thrifty and just too good to leave out!
Did you know you can actually decorate your house for fall cheap? Yes, you can. Dollar stores can make this very possible. What’s so great about getting fall decor from the Dollar Tree?
Aside from everything truly being $1 dollar, is that generally the decor is fairly generic looking-which is a good thing because it’s like their decorative items are made to be jazzed up.
And with everything being so inexpensive you can put your eyes on just about any ordinary everyday item and imagine alternate uses for items.
For instance, you can take neon glow stick necklaces, let the glow part fade away, twist them together like they were a bittersweet vine, then spray paint them, and add some acorns.
What’s the difference between the Dollar Tree and Dollar General? Well, everything at Dollar Tree is- like I mentioned above, just $1 dollar.
Dollar General has many of the same things as Dollar Tree, but not everything in the store is $1 dollar.
Plus, in my experience, Dollar General tends to have more typical grocery store times than a Dollar Tree.
You’ll have great finds at both, but if you have to pick one over the other for anything decor or arts and crafts, I recommend Dollar Tree.
If you are looking to come with your own ideas on what to make, then use the tutorials below for inspiration.
And what should you look for when shopping at the dollar stores?
For making Dollar Tree fall crafts in 2022, be on the look out for artificial flowers, plastic pumpkins and gourds, foam and wood wreath bodies and fabric leaves.
They also carry glass vases and bowls. Then also, most locations carry supplies like glue, glitter, scissors, wore, ribbon and string.
You can pretty much get everything you need to make your own fall decorations and these tutorials will show you how!
If you are looking for DIY Dollar Tree Easter crafts, you’ll find those here.
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The Latina Next Door did an amazing job of turning Dollar Tree pumpkins into beautiful fall decorations using Raffia ribbon.
First Day Of Home has a post for crafts for fall that you’ll love.
This tutorial uses faux painting techniques, and decoupage to make these designer-looking fall pumpkins.
Chalk paint is the secret to making this beautiful sage colored pumpkin.
Can you believe this was made with a pumpkin from a Dollar Store?
How colorful and fun is this falling leaves wreath using leaves from Dollar Tree? It’s the perfect craft to make for fall.
Here’s a concrete one I’m sneaking in. These elegant DIY fall candlestick holders with gold accents were made using a water bottle.
Here’s a crafty fall decor tutorial idea using spray paint to paint plastic pumpkins.
You’d never know they’re plastic. I love the drip effect.
Make this Dollar Store fall decor banner using just a few ordinary Dollar Store materials.
So simple, yet transforming. Could gilded leaves be any more perfect for autumn?
Don’t worry, a regal home isn’t required for these royal velvet pumpkins.
This pumpkin craft will look great in even the most casual of homes. The tutorial will show you how to make these crafty elegant velvet pumpkins, with only a few materials!
Save yourself some of the messy clean up and create a concrete look with a faux finish technique for these unique fall DIY pumpkins.
I’m a big fan of real concrete–but it’s definitely not practical for making things with year round.
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Using fall garland is a creative way to decorate for autumn. Make this fireplace mantel craft with mini fall decorations from a dollar store.
This DIY fall garland is a great idea for draping around your fireplace mantel.
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Here’s a quick tutorial for these homemade delicate, yet rustic vases. Sometimes the best ideas come in the simplest forms.
How about this tutorial for making DIY Concrete Pumpkins?
This is a unique DIY fall decor craft where you can take these rustic homemade concrete pumpkins and add some shimmer paint to make them look fancy.
Bandana Pumpkins for Fall! Aren’t these so clever and colorful! I love this alternate use for bandanas.
Why not wrap them around a pumpkin for this fun fall decoration? See how The Heathered Nest made these neat decorations.
Aren’t these metallic apples gorgeous? These easy-to-make decorations are perfect for a fall tablescape.
Even without a sewing machine, you can make these charming plaid fabric pumpkins.
Create an antiqued pumpkin look made with Dollar Tree crafts. Here’s a great example of using dollar store pumpkins for autumn decoration. This gorgeous turquoise pumpkin decor doubles as a sign.
This tutorial will show you how to make these magnificent heirloom pumpkins! DIY Beautify knows how to make anything beautiful, while being thrifty.
Make this rustic sign for your fall home decor using a fence picket! See the tutorial at B4 And Afters.
Ready for a super fun DIY project utilizing materials from nature.
This gold decor idea is sure to give your home a perfect fall ambience.
Here’s another antiquing trick from DIY Beautify’s thrifty antique pumpkin tutorial.
Okay, so these materials didn’t come from a Dollar store, but this DIY fall wreath sign was still budget-friendly to make.
This tutorial even comes with a free SVG file.
Use materials from nature and combine with a Dollar Tree pumpkin to make this sweet looking pedestal rope bowl.
Paint faux pumpkins from Dollar Tree to create beautiful farmhouse table decor for fall.
This luxurious rustic fall centerpiece was made with mini pastel pumpkins using dollar tree decor.
If you are wondering how to make a fall wreath, Tag and Tibby will show you how.
You can make DIY fall decor on the cheap and decorate your house with this creative, upcycled thrift store wreath.
Who said you can’t have bright colors in the fall? Leaves may begin to fade, but not these Hudson Bay inspired pumpkins. Such a great idea!
Sweet Southern Oaks has a creative idea. She takes an ordinary charger plate and transforms it into a sophisticated copper plate.
From simple to snazzy with this Dollar Store crafty tutorial. You’ll be able to make a DIY fall-time door wreath in just a few easy steps.
Have fun with this fall Dollar Tree DIY Melted Crayon Pumpkin craft where you can get super creative, and a great one to make with kids.
And what about these super realistic pumpkins from Anderson + Grant.
There’s true artistry at work here- but you don’t need to be an artist to make these!
Yes, you can make this gorgeous white fall wreath for cheap! Doesn’t it look store bought?
Adorable chalk painted rustic acorns for DIY table centerpieces. Wrap them in sisal or lace for fancier decoration for your fall dinner table.
A creative repurposing of a craft supply–use plastic eggs as acorns! Yep, those are plastic eggs, wrapped in decorative twine and lace. Aren’t these rustic acorn crafts adorable!
This DIY tutorial for a fall farmhouse wreath is easier than it looks. Use eucalyptus craft leaves to make it.
These stunning fall DIY decorations can be yours, just by using foam pumpkins and bandanas. Check out the tutorial!
If you love Buffalo check plaid, then you’ll love this Buffalo check plaid tray that you can use as a centerpiece.
Add some color to your fall decor with this beautiful Dollar Store berry sprig DIY wreath.
So gorgeous and still simple to make. Use floral picks and a foam ring to make this seasonal decoration.
These DIYers somehow managed to make an elegant foam pumpkin. This chic white pumpkin is made to look fancy with pearly white buttons and lace to cover it. I love the clever wooden thread spool being used for a stalk!
Aren’t these fall candles so festive? What a nice ambiance these autumn leaf candles give.
This fun DIY project can add ambiance to your home and are perfect for decorating your table with.
Use colorful fabric Dollar Tree leaves and burlap to make this seasonal DIY wreath.
For a little fun or glamor, use a leopard print fabric to dress up plastic eggs to look like acorns!
Aren’t these foam pumpkin topiaries awesome-looking on a front porch? Such a neat way to decorate that space.
Mason jar crafts are where it’s at! These DIY mason jars are made to look like pumpkins and would look so cute on the dinner table as a centerpiece!
Isn’t it neat that you can turn faux leaves into a bonafide bowl! All it takes is a special ingredient to do this. Check out the tutorial to see what it is.
Burlap ribbon is what transformed this foam form into a fall-themed wreath.
Alcohol inks are a great way to dye things. Just take a look at how this pumpkin jar was colored with these fun inks.
Here’s another great wreath, but this one doesn’t require a foam form– such a clever way to make a wreath!
Suncatchers made without using glass! This is a great one for making with kids. Check it out.
Who needs a foam form when you can use a pool noodle to make a plaid wreath. How creative is that?
This is a great fall craft for kids. Take a look at this tutorial for Mickey and Minnie Mouse Pumpkins.
Keep it simple with natural decor. Create DIY topiaries to use as fall table decor.
A little hot glue and fabric flowers go a long way here. This sweet autumn wreath can be made in a short time and look fabulous hanging up in your home.
Why buy fall centerpieces when you can make them yourself? These cute, rustic mason jars are great because you have your choice of what to put in them. Lots of flexibility here.
Here’s the perfect farmhouse fall decor, and there are no real woodworking skills needed for making this DIY project for a fall wood sign.
Use Dollar Tree felt to make faux leaves to use on a wreath. A great way to have a wreath at a bargain price.
Succulent pumpkin decor for the fall! Just because it isn’t spring or summer doesn’t mean you can’t make succulents a centerpiece feature.
The Latina Next Door found a great way to utilize them in the fall.
Here’s a really creative way to do some mold-making. Learn how to do some easy mold-making to make a decorative candle holder using dollar store items.
This Our Bliss always comes through with high-end-looking decor, done on a budget.
Take a look at the Dollar Tree’s glass vases and chose a plain one to decorate to turn into this classic beauty.
Don’t have a lot of time on your hands? Well, this is the project for you. You can make pumpkins out of socks in just 5 minutes!
If you’re looking for a little Halloween vibe and a rustic feel, then this farmhouse wreath is perfect to make.
Brush up on those stamping and embossing skills to make this handmade mosaic box.
Here are a few different fall table centerpieces that you can make. Each is made with the simplest of dollar store items.
Use a straw wreath for a twist on wreaths for fall. Pick up a few decorative items from a dollar store to add visual interest to this inviting wreath.
I bet most people haven’t thought of this one–turn a placemat into a tote bag!
Isn’t this such a great idea? You’d never guess this was made from an inexpensive placemat.
Oh, what fun you can have using Mod Podge and wood forms. Decorate your front door with a fall flowers DIY wreath!
A little spray paint can transform all kinds of things, but did you know it can make beautiful fall leaf decorated pillows?
Come see how it was done on the Just Paint It Blog.
Easy, peasy. It doesn’t get easier than this. Here’s a quick craft for making a fall table place setting or place card.
If you like quotes and signs and have a sewing machine, then you’ll love making this Thanksgiving pillow.
Add some warmth and cheer to your home with homemade fall porch decor!
This flower bucket with faux florals, can be put out on your porch because it’s got an ingredient in it that will keep it from tipping over in the wind.
A sophisticated DIY pumpkin topiary! Gather some pumpkin supplies and start crafting your own topiary with the help of this detailed tutorial.
Use artificial fall leaves and burlap for this hanging autumn wreath. Keep extra hot glue sticks by your side, you’ll need them for this fun wreath-making adventure.
These Dollar Tree placemat sewing projects are making me wish I still had a sewing machine. Making an apron from a placemat is so creative, and utilitarian too!
Mini pumpkins using wood forms! A little bit of fabric, attached to wood totally changes the look and feel, doesn’t it?
Come see how to do this with the easy tutorial at The Makers Map.
If you’re looking to have a little fun with your decor, you’ll love this tutorial. Make floating spiderwebs to decorate with.
Check out how these foam blocks are made to look like rustic fall wooden block signs.
There are a few painting techniques you’ll learn to get the blocks looking like real wood, using white chalk paint. Add fall words on them to decorate for the season.
Elegant and creepy at the same time. Don’t you love it? Use skeleton hands and a glass vase to make a beautiful Halloween-time decoration.
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