Can you sell Dollar Tree Crafts?

Can you sell Dollar Tree Crafts?

From DIY dollar store wreaths to DIY gifts, there are plenty of dollar tree crafts for inspiration to choose from. Make and sell these beautiful and creative dollar store crafts for a profit. These DIY crafts will make you some extra cash without having to spend much money on crafting supplies.

What is a good craft to make money?

Crafts that Make Money

  • 1 How to Make Soap. Soap is a fun craft to make, and it’s an easy thing to make and sell!
  • 2 Photo to Wood Transfer.
  • 3 Ribbon Toys for Babies/Children.
  • 4 Make Your Own Worry Pet.
  • 5 Knit or Sew Scarves.
  • 6 Custom Dry Erase Boards.
  • 7 Scented Candles.
  • 8 Plush Toys/Stuffies.

Do they sell Mod Podge at Dollar Tree?

Mod Podge – $1 Used for gluing, sealing, and finishing, Mod Podge dries with a gloss finish and is ideal for decoupage, arts & crafts, and much more! You can find the 2oz bottles for just $1 each at Dollar Tree, which is the perfect size without having to worry about the bottle drying up before your next project.

What are some fun and easy DIY crafts?

Create Treasure Jewel Magnets. Create jeweled magnets using craft gems and splashes of rich jewel toned paints.

  • Egg Carton Flower Prints. Make a beautiful egg carton flowers recycled art project with kids!
  • Birds Nest Craft.
  • Pet Cactus Rocks.
  • Ocean Glitter Bottles.
  • DIY Fruit Fans.
  • Snazzy Jazzy Button Bracelets.
  • Printable Dragon Marionette.
  • How to DIY from Dollar Tree?

    8 Dollar Tree JOT Permanent Markers ($1.00 or 12.5 cents each)

  • Dollar Tree Family Mini Storage Boxes ($1.00 or 12.5 cents each)
  • 32 oz. – 91% Isopropyl Alcohol ($1.96 or 0.12 cents per container)
  • How to make a dollar store Christmas tree craft?

    mini basket – from Dollar Tree

  • scissors
  • white spray paint
  • mini tree – from Dollar Tree
  • evergreen pipe cleaners – from Dollar Tree
  • felt scarf – from Dollar Tree
  • bells – from Dollar Tree
  • How to make a DIY Dollar Tree Fall centerpiece?

    A vase. (I got two urn style vases from Bed,Bath,&Beyond.

  • A foam piece. (I got mine from Walmart.
  • Faux berry stems. (I got the burgundy and white faux berry stems from The Dollar Tree during Christmas time,as part of their Christmas line.)
  • Other faux fall stems,like leaves and greenery. (I took mine off an old fall wreath that I wasn’t using.)