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Details of Dollar Store Dining

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Just wanted to show you how the items from the Dollar Tree and Goodwill were transformed for the Easter tablescape:

These are $1 vases from Dollar Tree and $0.49 dessert glasses from Goodwill. I use E6000 glue, as long as both items have a flat surface, I have had no problem gluing them together. I have seen where others use hot glue.

Here’s a closer look.

Another item to use for the base is the glass taper candle holders. They come in various heights, so you can change them up! They always have similar items at our Goodwill as well as Dollar Tree.

Bunnies from Dollar Tree get a new look with spray paint!

You can coordinate them, to match your setting, or leave them as they are. So many choices!

They enjoyed the view of the lake, while drying! Don’t you just love this weather??

A small bag of sparkle eggs (one dollar), tied with raffia makes a sweet napkin ring.

The grass placemats (as used here), were bought last year at Hobby Lobby. I was in there this week and they have them again! When you wait for the 50% sale (which is usually every two weeks), they are only $2!

Pretty entertaining can be very inexpensive! Happy Eating!

    7 thoughts on “Details of Dollar Store Dining”

    1. The glue that you used…have u used it on items that would be used outside? I’m trying to find a glue that holds up on wood items outside…thanks for your input…have a great day!

      • Great question Tammie, I have used the E6000 glue outside. I used it on tile glued to wood, and it’s holding on perfectly! I hope you have the same luck with your project! Let me know how it’s working for you!



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