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We know a little something about getting creative, Dollar Tree style. Check out these 5 fun DIY craft ideas you can create for just a few dollars!

Pinterest-Worthy Craft Stick Wall ArtCrafty for the Summer

Geometrical wall art is so in right now! Get with the trend using this Dollar Tree hack to create your own DIY hexagon-shaped shadow box for a wall in your house. Using craft sticks and glue, this is a Pinterest-worthy craft you can do for just a few dollars.

Magical Unicorn WreathMagical Unicorn Wreath

Mystical, magical, and marvelous unicorns are all the rage! With just a few simple steps, you can weave together your very own unicorn for just a few bucks. Hang this wreath from the front door at a party to welcome your guests, or use it as table décor. After your celebration, this sweet wreath can become beautiful wall décor for any kids room

DIY Bandana PillowsCrafty for the Summer

Using square bandanas, cotton stuffing, and a sewing kit from Dollar Tree, you can put together your own DIY bandana pillows. They add the perfect pop and pattern to your space, so prop these decorative pillows on your bed or sofa for a homemade, cozy vibe!

Trendy Troll Hair Headbands for Kidsget crafty this summer

Use a few $1 supplies from Dollar Tree to recreate this look for a DIY troll transformation. Let your kids make their own headbands… they can choose their own colors and accessories, from ribbon and sparkles to gems, sequins, and more. Pair these headbands with colorful clothing or sparkly costumes to complete the ensemble.

Creative Clay Urn Classroom CraftCrafty for the Summer

This project idea was submitted by an art teacher at an elementary school in Suffolk, Virginia. Thanks for sharing!

This is a fun and creative hands-on project to explore ancient artifacts and what they might have looked like. Plus, the urns make a great classroom display for open houses and the perfect gift for parents at the holidays.

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