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Farmhouse Dollar Tree Kitchen Decor Diys/Kitchen Organization Diys

Aug 11, 2022
hello friends and welcome back to my channel today we are going to create some

kitchen

decor

ating and

organization

diys

using

dollar

tree

elements let's go ahead and start with project number one for this project you will need three of these

dollar

tree

signs but You can also find them at Family Dollar. They usually have them almost every season. Remove the labels from the inside and sand down the glue. I went ahead and sanded the outside edges as well to make sure I didn't have any of the excess paper hanging down you're going to take one flat side up you're going to take the other and place the flat side down we're going to join these two together using a little bit of e6000 and then I added a little bit of hot glue on each end for a temporary hold line everything up and press really firmly to make sure it has a nice strong hold then we're going to take that front piece we're going to attach it to the front bottom of the two pieces we just joined with the same g lue, once you have that lined up, press really firmly on all sides to make sure everything sticks and it should look like this.
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Now you can paint this any color you want. I am going to paint mine with two coats of white chalk paint. the whole piece inside and out now i'm going to distress mine so i didn't worry about the top edges and getting full coverage on that but i made sure to paint the back and bottom i just like that all Be kind and end now to distress. I'm using some old wax. I'm going to blot the brush very lightly around the top of both openings in these boxes, as well as the outer edges, so if you don't like distressing, you can.
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Definitely skip this part and of course paint it the color you want now, once it dries. the link to my website is in my description box below these signs are perfect for any of your favorite spices using two of the

decor

ative dollar tree trays the smaller ones i created labels to go on the front and color already it was perfect and these dollar tree glass containers fit perfectly in there so I'm going to fill mine with oil and vinegar and then put my favorite spices in you can group them together or you can keep them separate but this is just a beautiful way from organizing your spices, oil and vinegar let me know what you think of project number one for our second project we started with seven of the spinning tower pieces and a square border.
farmhouse dollar tree kitchen decor diys kitchen organization diys
I'm going to line them up so I can create a block with these seven pieces. I am attaching them. using gorilla wood glue so you're just going to put one flat edge square on the inner square and then we'll attach the other three to each other and to that one and it'll make a little more sense here in just a minute so you just want that I'm using the square to make sure everything stays straight and flat we'll attach those three and then attach it to the final piece and then we'll attach the other three and attach that to those three pieces and then clean up any excess glue that's oozing down the sides and then we're going to take seven more pieces of the rotating tower and create the exact same set but we're going to flip it over where we started with the three on this side and then you've got the one at the end it's just going to give it a more secure hold clean everything up the excess glue and then set it aside and let it dry so it looks something like this using Dollar Tree Square Wood Planks.
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I'm going to use two of the ones that come in a six pack, as well as some regular craft sticks from Dollar Tree. Now these aren't long enough to go across the top of our square. scissors i have this in my amazon store and that link is in my description box below if you are interested in one of these you can cut these two of these in a straight line and line them up that way but i feel like if you cut it at an angle it makes it look a little more even, so I just set my miter snips to cut it at an angle and I'm going to cut the two end pieces at the same angle so that when I combine them, it looks a little more even than if they were together. straight up and down, so Once I know my angles, I'm going to make a mark on the edge of each side of the square so I can cut them straight down.
Once I've cut them out, I know everything will line up end to end on our square. I'm going to want to create another set of three so you'll want another one for the top of this one and then the top and bottom of that one and you can use these as a template to cut them out once I have all of those cut out I'm going to go over them very lightly with sandpaper to make sure all the edges are smooth and then I can glue them down. Do them with hot glue, so I'm going to go ahead and join the top and bottom of these two square planks together, making sure they're flush with the outside edges. , then for our side pieces the craft sticks will be long enough for us to just do it. i have to use one of those on each side so i'm just going to cut the rounded tip off one of the ends and then i can hold it in place to make my mark and know where to cut it so it's flush. in between the pieces we've already glued together once I know they're going to fit I'll glue them together.
I always like to test it to make sure it will fit correctly before I glue it on and I will. do that for all sides so now we have this beautiful trim work around both planks now we can create our cross pieces in the middle again we will need to use two craft sticks because they are not long enough to go. all the way so I'm going to align the two overlapping each other and then I can make the marks for my angles. n the corners as well as the mark on one of the sticks in the middle so I'm just using our outside edges there at the corners as a guide to draw these angles and then I can use my handheld miter scissors to cut each of those angles then I can place them back on the inside corners of our frame and then I'm going to place the whole stick on the bottom and the angle I cut on top so I can make a mark so I know where to cut this so both angles meet meet perfectly in the middle one more time I line it up to make sure everything is straight and fits before gluing and then once they are glued in place you can create the other side of our cross by doing the exact same thing it will hold one of them in the top corner make your angle and then go ahead and cut it then you can hold it on the angle and make your mark where you need to cut it so it's flush with the cross that's already there and then move on and back again repeat this for the other end making sure everything lines up straight as you go and then once you've made all those cuts spread it out make sure your x or cross now looks even and then you can glue that down and I'm going to repeat the exact same process for our other plank of wood, so it should look like this.
He is so cute. I love this style of barn door. I'm going to go over it with some sandpaper to make sure all the edges are smooth, but also to remove any of the hot glue strands that may have appeared while we were gluing them down. I also checked out the block of wood we created from the flip. tower pieces now you can stain them you can paint them any color you want but i like to paint a lot of things white because my

kitchen

cabinets are dark and i like touches of white to play with the dark in my kitchen now you can leave it that way but i'm going to distress you i painted a bit with some old fashioned wax around all the edges including the cross or x right there in the middle and made sure to paint the back of these and the whole block we created from the spinning tower pieces because you'll be able to see the back of our planks here so if you haven't already guessed we're making a napkin holder I'm going to flip it to the side and use e6000 since it's painted right now it's not . bare wood I'm going to use e6000 and some hot glue to hold it down temporarily then I can lay that piece down making sure it's flush with the outside edges and bottom and then once the hot glue sets if you have any from the e6 cells and out make sure you clean it up then we can flip it over and we can attach the other side using the same method putting that e6000 and hot glue on the sides and then once you attach it and let your glue the setup this project is finished it's so pretty i love this cute napkin h older and it fits quite a few napkins looks great with our small decorative oil and vinegar trays or looks great on its own i think this would be beautiful on a tray tears or a lacy susan how about enjoying today? projects and you haven't yet I would love for you to become a part of our community by clicking the subscribe button below this video to all my current subscribers thank you so much I appreciate each and every one of you and if I would like Visit me on my other social media accounts.
All the links are in my description box below. Speaking of Lazy Susan, let's use one of Dollar Tree's pot carts, remove all the labels and wheels from the bottom and hop to the right. set them aside and we are also going to use one of the dollar tree stove burner covers they come in two in a pack we are going to use the larger of the two for this project i am going to take mine outside and give them two coats of spray p its not matte white i started by spraying the bottom of the cart on the inside of the burner cover then you'll flip it over i'm going to get the outside edge of the burner cover and the inside edge and the edge of the cart, so once you're done with those two layers it will look like this you don't necessarily need to cover the inside bottom of the cart but you do want to make sure you get those outside edges onto your burner cover now I'm going to aged mine up a bit using some antique wax and a chip brush from dollar tree and you can age it as much or as little as you like or you can even paint this project a completely different color so i feel very distressed mine to get have a wood grain effect look especially on the burner cover the inside of that wanted it to look like the wood grain and lines now let that dry completely and then you can put the wheels back on the bottom of your cart and just pop in super easy now go to us Some of Dollar Tree's pearls come in a pack of 80 and are the perfect size for this project.
I put about 30-35 on that sinking exterior piece and once you have them in place you can bring the stove burner. cover and place it right inside and now it spins on the inside of your cart so you can put this on your table or on your counter and not only will you have a lazy susan that spins on the inside but you can also slide it back and forth across off your table or your counter let me know what you think of this project for our latest project we are using one of the dollar tree cutting board signs I used my staple remover to remove those tacks I have this on my amazon store and my amazon link is in my description box below if you're interested in one of those i took some sand paper and went over the outside edges because they were pretty rough and then i'm going to take some chalk paint white and after the second coat I noticed that some of the lettering on the sign was somewhat indented and I didn't like it so I decided to go ahead and remove the paper from the front and that was pretty easy to spot. itar, then I took some sandpaper and went over the entire front to get it off. some of that extra paper still left some texture to it but that's ok i cleaned up all that debris and then gave it two coats of my white chalk paint and that gave me a much better finish that i was looking for so once it's dry completely because this is going to be in a kitchen.
I'm going to apply a coat of matte mod podge to not only the sign on the front but also the backing, so I want to keep that backing with that wood grain look, so I'm going to go over that with a thin coat of mod podge just in case. Any moisture covering it will protect and seal this sign and I let the mod podge dry for several hours. I created a decal to put on the front. from the sign and i found this beautiful design on cricut design space in your cricut access subs so if you have access to cricut design space you can go in and get this beautiful decal and the center is blank so i added the word recipes there, but how beautiful it would be to add your last name or someone else's last name. and give this as a gift now if you don't have a cricut i have this free to print on my website and the link to my website is in my description box below you can print this as a pdf and attach it to your project with some mod podge or you can transfer and trace it into your project because the thumbtacks weren't on the outside corners originally on the dollar sign i added them back and used my hammer just to hammer them in to create new holes now you can place this in one of the jar holders of dollartree place it on the back and this is the perfect size to hold a cookbook or recipe or even your tablet or ipad and it's such a beautiful piece you can leave it on your counter all the time so you guys if you have a favorite from today's video let me know in the comments section below I always love to know which one is your favorite thank you so much for watching please take care and I'll see you next time

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