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Easy DIY Dollar Tree Wood House Decoration

Today, we are going to make a simple DIY tree wood house decoration. This craft is super easy and should take around 10 minutes to complete. To make this, we will need a wood house plaque and craft hearts which can be purchased from a Dollar Tree store. I already had all the other materials on hand, so I only spent about three dollars on this craft. However, if you need to purchase all the materials from Dollar Tree, then you will need to spend around $8. So, let's get started with creating our wood house decorations!

light green painted wooden house with heart embellishment, twine, and artificial flowers

Video tutorial

Materials

-One wood house plaque

-Paint

-Twine

-Hot Glue

-Scissors

-Faux flowers

-Craft wood heart

Materials such as, twine, artificial flowers, hot glue, and wooden houseUnpainted wooden house near green paint












Green painted wooden house
Applying paint to the wooden house 

Begin by applying paint to your wooden house. I applied paint to completely cover the wooden house. You will need around two coats of paint.  Once you have applied your paint,  allow your wood house to dry.

Twine and scissors near green painted wooden house

Twine wrapped around bottom of craft wooden house
Wrapping twine around the wooden house

Once you have allowed it to dry, take your twine, and begin to wrap the twine around the bottom portion of your wooden house. Tie a small knot, and continue to wrap your twine around the bottom section. 

Once you get to the end of your twine, take your scissors, and cut any remaining twine off. Use your hot glue, and glue down the end of your twine.

Hand holding heart embellishment near wooden house

Wooden house plaque with twine and heart embellishment
Adding the heart to the wooden house

Take your hot glue, and apply a small amount on the back side of your craft heart. Take the craft heart, and gently press it down onto your wood house. 

Artificial flowers near floral cutters

Painted house with twine on bottom with heart and flowers

Hand placing flowers behind twine on wooden house plaque
Adding flowers to the design

Cut your floral to the desired size. You can add the floral before adding the twine or wrap the twine over the stems of your flowers. Once you have added the flowers, the bottom of your wood house should be filled with beautiful flowers.

light green painted wooden house with heart embellishment, twine, and artificial flowers

light green painted wooden house with heart embellishment, twine, and artificial flowers

Once you have finished creating your wooden house decoration, you should look for an appropriate spot to display your creation. I suggest adding it to a tray, displaying it on a shelf, or even placing it on an entry table. 

I hope that you enjoyed this quick and simple DIY craft. Please let me know if you decide to create your own. I'll be looking forward to hearing from you soon!

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  1. This is so lovely, such a simple idea but SO pretty. Thank you for joining us at Handmade Monday :-)

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  2. How cute, I like it! Thanks so much for linking up at #IMadeItMondayLinkParty 13. Pinned.

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  3. That is so sweet.Thank you for sharing.

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    1. Linda, you're very welcome. Thank you for visiting.

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  4. This is so adorable! I have to see if our Dollar Tree has the supplies so I can make one...or two :) Thank you for sharing your post at the Senior Salon Pit Stop! I'm excited to be featuring you at Monday’s party. Congrats! Pinned
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    Maria @ kraftyplanner.com

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    1. Maria, thank you so much. I'm excited to be featured at the party. :)

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