Budget Friendly DIY Projects! Farmhouse Style

Good Morning!

Today I am sharing several diy projects that I worked on using budget friendly items.
(most of which were from dollar tree)

The first project I worked on was using this fun candle holder from dollar tree..
I actually bought 2 of these and chose to keep one as is and change one of them up a bit.

I wish I would've gotten more of these!

I took the gold top off of the concrete base and took it outside to give it a coat of spray paint.

And I chose to add some chunky wood feet to the base of it using hot glue.

So fun!

I wasn't quite sure how I was going to use these in my home so I tried out a few different configurations until I made up my mind.

I knew a jewelry stand was one way I wanted to use it.

So I tried it out as is with the gold top.. pretty!

I tried the base as a little trinket holder, and then I put the 2 bases together for a layered style look.
I think this is a fun idea as well.

The way I chose to use it however is the plain base with the mint green top sitting on a mint green cupcake stand.

I love it!

The base with feet I chose to use in my kitchen with a concrete planter that I just purchased, it looks like it was made for it.

So pretty!

For the next project I used a glass cutting board with a fun vintage truck print.
(also from dollar tree)

I love the color scheme and print on this one!

I thought it would make a fun display stand.

So I simply used e6000 and glued a glass candlestick to the bottom of the cutting board.

For the next project I wanted to create a fun tray to display some pretty glass hobnail candles that I had purchased.

I decided to use a wood sign that I had purchased and remove the hanger and staples from the back.

Then I attached some pretty cabinet pulls using e6000 and hot glue to each end.

(The hot glue is to basically hold the pulls in place while the e6000 has a chance to dry/cure)

Then I added my candles and I am loving how this one turned out.

For the last project I wanted to dress up some frosted turquoise candle votive holders that I had purchased.
(dollar tree)

I used 2 clear glass candlestick holders and some pretty gem mesh ribbon and using tacky glue I attached the ribbon around the top of each candlestick.   

Then I used e6000 to attach the votive holders to the candlesticks.

I think these will add a fun pop of color wherever I decide to put them in our home.

I hope you enjoyed these budget friendly projects and I have the video posted on my YouTube Channel

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I hope you have a blessed day and Thanks for stopping by.

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