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Hi! With the holidays fast approaching, I wanted to start sharing Cricut Dollar Tree DIYs that would be both quick and cute! I know that we all have a million things going on and not enough time to craft right now. This Dollar Tree project idea is super inexpensive and it has an adorable customized look for under $5! You'll only need a handful of supplies! I know I love quick and easy projects, so this one is created with keeping it fast to make in mind.
When I saw this lovely ceramic bee jewelry box at Dollar Tree, I was officially obsessed! I knew that it would be perfect for an end table or an entry table by the door. Add the gold Dollar Tree leaf tray, and it's a gorgeous combination! I definitely recommend this as a go-to project if you aren't quite sure what to get someone. Little trays and boxes keep spaces organized and still really pretty. It's the kind of gift we all need but never really buy for ourselves!
Here's the supply list:
Dollar Tree Bee Jewelry Box
Dollar Tree Leaf Tray
Cricut Joy (Maker and Explore Air 2 are always welcome!)
Cricut SmartVinyl Permanent in Gold
Cricut Transfer Tape
Dollar Tree Ruler
Cricut Scraper Tool
Here's the link to the project inside Design Space: Click here.
Now, let's get started creating! I made this whole process easy in a step-by-step tutorial! I'll walk you through using Cricut Design Space, using the Cricut Joy, weeding vinyl, and applying vinyl to ceramic. Check out my tutorial below!
Now that you've seen the process...What do you think? Are you excited to get started creating your own? There are so many cute options at Dollar Tree to personalize! You could customize Dollar Tree items for yourself, as gifts, or even to sell. There really is no limit to what you can create! For more cute inspiration, check out my Facebook crafting group!
Let me know in the comments below what you would add to your jewelry box? Would you personalize it with a monogram, cute bee decals, or try something completely different?
Hi! I'm Ashley, a Cricut Product Expert, and