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Dollar Tree Craft- Cute Glass Holders Of Schtuff

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I was trying to think of a cool name for my latest Dollar Tree craft and do you think I could think of anything better than Glass Holders Of Schtuff?

Nope.

Knick knack holders?
No.

Glass candle-like thingamajiggy?
Nah.

Awesomesauce two buck glass contraption?
Uhh- uhh.

 

So anyway, you decide what to call them.
I call it cheap and cool and really isn’t that all that matters?

I started out with these fine one dollar each items at my local Dollar Tree:

 

Two candle holders in this dark color.
Two glass jars in this half size.
They are in the same aisle as all the other crap,  ahem, I mean craft things.

 

Two packages of gourds and pumpkins.
Add a little of this to the rims of the candle holders and press the glass on top.
Then let them dry.
I usually put a book on top of it to let it set.
You will have this once it has dried:

 

Yes, I realized after I created this that I forgot to take the tag off the bottom of the glass.
This is one reason why I am not working for Martha Stewart Living.
It’s not the only reason, thank God.

 

Add in your gourds and pumpkins and you won’t even see the tag.

Cost breakdown:

 Two candle holders from Dollar Tree- $2.00
Two glass jars from Dollar Tree- $2.00
 Two bags o’ fall fun from Dollar Tree- $2.00

Total cost

$6.00 for an Anti-Martha Stewart Glass Holder of Fall Fun Fabulousness.
Yes, that is a much better title.

 

 

 

 

 

 

34 thoughts on “Dollar Tree Craft- Cute Glass Holders Of Schtuff”

  1. What a great addition for fall decor! And the best part is that you can change it out for Christmas! Thanks for linking up!

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  2. @ Marilyn- thanks so much for visiting and I will def pop on over!@Tonia- as always, thanks for having me!@Vicky- I think I might wanna be your bff, callin' me a genius and all. 😉 I will def pop on over to your bloggy as well!@Jessica- thanks for becoming a follower and will have to get over to your site too (cute name btw)!

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  3. @ TiAnna- thanks so much for dropping in and isn't cheap decor the best???!!!@ Mum- I will pop on over and check out your party. 🙂

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  4. @ Phil and Darby- thanks so much for the compliment!@ Jillian- thank YOU for letting me link up and gain some great new readers!!!

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  5. I have been doing a similar project on a Halloween Mantle. I am glad to see that there are those who glue before they think besides me! You have given me the solution to a goblet project that has been troubling me. Love your site.Catherinewww.BohemianJunque.blogspot.com

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  6. Those are super cute! Why can't I find cool candle stick holders at my dollar tree 🙂 I'll be heading there again! Thanks for linking up with us!Mariemylilpinkpocket.blogspot.com

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  7. Marie- they are hard to find! Mine were buried on the bottom shelf near the flower foam and the faux grapevine wreaths but my DT is very small so yours might be in a totally diff place.Good luck!

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  8. I like what you did with the dollar items. You've reminded me that I picked up a black candlestick at Goodwill a few weeks back with Halloween in mind. Then I have an old pyrex small bowl – there's a name for it, but it escapes me. Maybe I can add some stuff from the yard. Thanks for the idea.

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  9. Thanks Kerri! And I hope your DT has them as well…..I have been to three DT's in my area in the past few months and they all had them. Good luck!

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  10. Cheap and easy? That works for me!Thanks so much for linking it up at our "It's a Cinch" party!:)Lindawww.itallstartedwithpaint.com

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