Try These Time-Saving DIY Dollar Tree Hacks For Your Home

by Simplify

If you’re short on time, Kathryn will show you DIY Dollar Tree hacks for the holidays for the three all-important Christmas C’s: crafts, cooking, and cleaning.

Grab tiny Nutella jars for stocking stuffers. Or, use them between two sheets of frozen puff pastry cut into the shape of a Christmas tree (bake at 375 degrees for 12 to 15 minutes)! What a great party appetizer!

Next, for Dollar Tree home decor, check out the store’s newest toss pillow covers with great graphics and zippers. Kathryn loves the gingerbread baking one for a homey, welcoming touch.

One of Kathryn’s favorite Dollar Tree Christmas hacks is ribbon. Plus, Dollar Tree sells double-sided tape for $1.25. Use the tape to add decorative ribbon and table scatter (bags are filled to the brim) to cards for that custom touch.

Dollar Tree has the best products for a Christmas hot chocolate bar. The store also sells whipped cream that you can put into cookie cutters for a special touch. Add sprinkles on top of the whipped cream shapes and freeze for a couple of hours and you have a fun and festive look.

Cake mix

For more Dollar Tree recipes, grab pudding mix and a cake mix. Prepare the pudding and bake the cake normally. Cut the cake into tiny squares, stack them in a clear bowl, and continue by layering pudding, Cool Whip, and cake squares for a cake-in-a-mug type of recipe.

For cleaning, try an inexpensive, but non-Dollar Tree hack, Folex Instant Carpet Spot Remover. It works on any stain and it magically makes the stain vanish without vacuuming or scrubbing it off.

DIY Dollar Tree hacks

Keep it simple this holiday using these Dollar Tree hacks, suggests Kathryn. The only thing that really matters is who you spend the holidays with. Share with us your Dollar Tree hacks that can save us all time and money!

For more Dollar Tree hacks, discover these 30 insider Dollar Tree secrets or these professional Dollar Tree hidden gems.

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