Join me for a craft-along! How to make classy cards with Dollar Tree Supplies!

Hi friends! Last week I visited several Dollar Tree stores in my area and bought some craft supplies. The problem with dollar store supplies is that you pick them up on impulse and sine you don’t put a lot of planning into buying them you can easily forget about them. that’s why I decided to play with them right away! Firstly because I wanted to make sure there was nothing wrong with them (the dies cut and the stamps stamp etc.) and secondly I wanted people to be able to find these supplies if the want them. Please keep in mind that you can use stuff you have in your stash already and try these techniques. The more unique the better I say! Another reason I am excited to share this project is because I want crafting to be accessible to as many people as possible so if you can make something pretty with a $1 stamp set it will make the craft available to more people. Granted I will pull inks and other things from my stash (as I am sure most will) so not everything will be from the dollar store. Use what you have (even the kids watercolors and markers!) and let’s have a crafty good time!

I’ll be be chatting live during the premiere of this video at 12 noon Eastern time today over on YouTube so be sure to watch at that time on the watch page if you want to chat with me and fellow crafters! We’ll have an arty party! don’t worry if you can’t make it, a replay will be available too!


Supplies from dollar tree: *You might be able to order some of these things online from dollar tree (affiliate links used) but you might need to order in bulk.

Stuff from my stash:

In the video I mentioned the DIY cloud stencil tutorial from Local King Rubber Stamps, it is such an ingenous idea! Lisa is so fun too, you will enjoy her videos. Happy crafting!

2 thoughts on “Join me for a craft-along! How to make classy cards with Dollar Tree Supplies!

  1. Hi Lindsay,
    I also have feather rubber stamps and die cuts and I have never used them. THANK YOU for showing me how I can make great and awesome cards like you.
    To you and your family, take care and stay well.
    God bless.
    Linda H.


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