Dollar Store Christmas Tree Up-Cycle

A great tree and a beautiful urn was my thrift store treasure today.

thrift store and dollar store trees


The little tree was inexpensive but a pretty one.

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They can be found in any thrift store or dollar store. 

The trunk of this one was wrapped in a vintage plaid fabric.

I removed the fabric only to find a wooden stump as the base.

Dollar store tree with wooden base

I loved the simpleness of the wooden base but I had other plans for this tree.

While I was thrift store shopping I bought an inexpensive white urn.

I put a little hot glue on the base of the tree and and stuck it into the urn.

dollar store tree in a white urn

I used Spanish moss to cover the base of the tree.

white urn with a Christmas tree

The inexpensive dollar store tree took on a whole new beautiful life for Christmas this year!

And the whole project cost about $3.00.

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I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife, mother of 4 daughters, and a grandmother of 5 and counting. I am a retired teacher, a DIY blogger and an artist at heart. .

Comments

  1. looks fantastic. I love how much more simply and fresh this looks.

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  2. Lovely!!! I love this idea.

    Merry Christmas...
    Sherri

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