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Thursday, December 14, 2017

Easy Wood Ornament Decor From Dollar Tree


Add a bit of holiday cheer to your walls with this inexpensive wood ornament decor from Dollar Tree.

First, I want to thank you for all your excitement and words of encouragement over yesterday's post.  It truly blew me away and I am so incredibly lucky to have such amazing reader's and friends.

I was hoping to get this project shared sooner in case any of you wanted to grab the same ornament from Dollar Tree, but I just have way too many holiday projects to share and not enough time to share them.  I'm hoping Dollar Tree still has some of the same oversized wood ornaments in stock.   If not, you can check out my other Dollar Tree makeovers for more inspiration and project ideas. 

Updated Dollar Tree wood ornament decor
This is such a cute and simple project that would be perfect for dressing up your door or walls for the holidays.  It's also super affordable and nearly free if you have a nice stash of craft supplies. 


Supplies needed to make Dollar Tree wood ornament decor
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  • Wood ornament sign from Dollar Tree
  • Chalk paint
  • Diamond Dust
  • Faux greenery and berries (optional)
  • Paint brush
  • Pliers

HOW TO UPDATE AN OVERSIZED DOLLAR TREE ORNAMENT FOR DECOR
I started with one of these wood ornaments that I picked up from Dollar Tree a few weeks ago.  They had a few different designs and although they are cute as is, they just weren't MY style.  I wanted something neutral and simple and that's exactly how I updated mine.

Dollar Tree wood ornament decor before

Supplies for Dollar Tree wall ornament makeover
The front of the ornament has spots with glitter, so I decided instead of sanding it smooth that I would just update the back and make it double sided.
Removed metal ornament top using needle nose pliers
I used needle nose pliers to remove the top of the ornament then gave it two coats of chalk paint.
Paint front of ornament with white chalk paint
While the chalk paint was still wet I sprinkled a generous amount of diamond dust over the entire ornament and let it dry.
Add diamond dust to wet paint
After shaking off the excess I embellished it a bit with some faux greenery and berries.
How to update Dollar Tree ornament decor
It makes such a great addition to our Christmas mudroom and I love the fact that the total cost of the project was a mere $1.06.
Updated Dollar Tree ornament decor
It's hard to tell in pictures, but the diamond dust adds just the right amount of sparkle to make it interesting.
Dollar Tree ornament painted and covered in diamond dust

Painted and diamond dust covered Dollar Tree ornament

Dollar tree ornament decor painted and covered in diamond dust

Updating this Dollar Tree ornament wall decor was such a fun and inexpensive project that took all of five minutes (less drying time) and pennies to make.  

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Dollar Tree wall ornament decor makeover


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3 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for sharing another great find! I want to wish you the best on your new life adventure. I totally understand. I recently took a scary step, too. I taught for 28 years and decided to retire! I knew I wanted to do something different and blogs like yours have really helped. I have begun refurbishing furniture and creating home decor items. I even took the big step of setting up a booth in a local antique/resale shop! You are awesome and everything will work out.

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  2. I am always amazed at how you saw the ornament in the store, but saw it a different way in your mind and was able to actually make it better. That has to be a God-given talent. No matter how hard I try, I just do not have that. Jealous. : )

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  3. I don't know how I missed that sign in my frequent forays to Dollar Tree. I love how you made it your own style.

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