DIY Planter Using Dollar Tree Wreath Floral Rings
If you love Dollar Tree crafts, check out this unique dollar tree DIY planter with trendy mid-mod vibes!
Here’s a clever DIY project to try that’s cute and affordable.
I personally love easy home decor crafts. This stacked DIY planter idea transforms floral rings from Dollar Tree into a gorgeous modern-looking planter to display a faux plant on the cheap! The size is pretty substantial and no one would ever guess it’s made from dollar store materials.
I am here to say that this Dollar Tree DIY planter is such a unique idea that turned out to look much more high-end, and you should consider taking some time to make one too!
$8.75 in Dollar Tree materials is such an affordable DIY price point.
Even though these floral rings are now $1.25 each, that’s okay because buying seven of them for this large-sized planter is fine by me and still a great deal! I grabbed a can of spray paint from the garage along with my glue gun so this project was super frugal!
Tips for making this Dollar Tree modern DIY planter:
- Feel free to pick a different color than black. I used a can of black spray paint I had on hand, but I think white or beige would be fun! Or maybe even one of those textured spray paints!
- I placed a skinny faux fiddle leaf fig plant on the inside on top of an upside-down bowl for some height. You can consider using a real plant as long as it’s potted in another container that would fit inside. Leave the cardboard bottom off if watering.
- Make sure to stand back and look at your stacking making sure it’s straight. Stacking it against a wall helps.
DIY Dollar Tree Modern PlanterPrint
Oh my gosh, I love my new Dollar Tree DIY planter so much!
I placed an inexpensive faux fiddle fig plant I found at Ross inside to display and love how it turned out. The plant stand I’ve had for many years was most likely a HomeGoods score. Now, this little corner of my kitchen looks so happy and stylish. Anyone can do this paint project as it was super easy!
Be sure to come back and let me know if you try it!