You don't need to blow your budget to decorate your house for Easter. These creative Easter crafts come together using select supplies from the dollar store—although the resulting Easter decor is so stylish, no one would ever know it.
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These napkin holders are so elegant, Easter brunch guests will never believe you made them with shower rings from the dollar store. Tip: Use faux flowers if you want to reuse year after year.
Get the tutorial at Shades of Blue Interiors.
Transform a hula hoop from the dollar store into an eye-catching Easter wreath that you can keep up all spring.
Get the tutorial at Refresh Restyle.
This unique holiday wreath comes together for less than $10 in supplies (yes, really!).
Get the tutorial at Clumsy Crafter.
Welcome the season with a major pop of color. This bright and glittery centerpiece is kid- and wallet-friendly at a cost of only three dollars.
Get the tutorial at Ribbons and Glue.
Most wreaths either cost too much or take forever to make. Not this one—all you need is 30 minutes and a few dollar-store essentials.
Get the tutorial at Crazy Little Projects.
Believe it or not, Q-Tips are a fun and affordable way to create pretty displays like these spring flowers.
Get the tutorial at Homemade Ginger.
Sprucing up your Easter table doesn't have to cost a fortune. Made with Mason jars ($1 each), ceramic Easter figurines ($1 each), spray paint, a glue gun and candy, the whole project took less than 20 minutes to make.
Get the tutorial at Passionate Penny Pincher.
The right wreath sets the perfect tone for your home while warmly welcoming your guests. There's no better way to do that than with a simple wreath at a cost you'll love.
Get the tutorial at The Happy Housie.
Decorations this pretty can set you back at least $20 in the stores, but this blogger made her own for less than $5.
Get the tutorial at Little Birdie Secrets.
This Easter, give candy the importance it deserves and put it on a pedestal. Blogger Ruth did just that with these decor staples that could work for any holiday. Just swap out the candy!
Get the tutorial at Living Well Spending Less.
Decorate your Easter eggs first and then hang them up on this DIY holiday tree.
Get the tutorial at One Project Closer.
Spotting a pretty bird's nest outdoors is always a special sight. Thanks to the dollar store, there's an easy and inexpensive way to bring that natural beauty home for less than $12.
Get the tutorial at Salt and Pepper Moms.
Make this super pretty (and super sparkly) focal point for above your Easter mantel.
Get the tutorial at The Crazy Craft Lady.
Transform $1 plastic eggs into rustic Easter decor your guests won't be able to stop asking about.
Get the tutorial at Design Dining and Diapers.
For $5, blogger Jennie got floral moss, Easter eggs and frames. She then went into crafting mode creating these beautiful pieces. Their vibrant color instantly brightens any room they're in.
Get the tutorial at Cinnaberry Suite.