Get ready to add a touch of dazzle and pizzazz to your crafting game, because I’ve got some jaw-dropping Dollar Tree flip flop DIY crafts that will make your creativity shine brighter than a disco ball on a Saturday night! These budget-friendly creations are like hidden gems waiting to be discovered in the aisles of Dollar Tree.
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Picture this: you, your trusty glue gun, and a vibrant assortment of flip flops transforming into glorious works of art that would make Michelangelo himself green with envy. Get your crafting mojo in gear, because we’re about to embark on a journey of instant glam and crafty wonderment!
Let’s dive in and turn those humble flip flops into showstoppers that’ll make heads turn and jaws drop!
Lianep has some really cool and easy Dollar Tree crafts that she knows readers will love. Going to Dollar Tree is always fun, but it’s even more enjoyable in the spring and summer when they have a wide selection of flip-flops with beautiful designs.
Instead of using them as footwear, Lianep loves using Dollar Tree flip-flops for crafting, and she thinks they’re awesome for that purpose. This year, she grabbed several pairs of adult-sized flip-flops and youth-sized ones to showcase her creative ideas.
One of her projects involves a wreath form that Lianep found at a thrift store. To secure the adult-sized flip-flops onto the wreath, she hot-glued the first one but realized she needed a stronger hold. So, she decided to poke a few holes in the flip-flop, thread some flexible wire through them, and attach it to one of the wreath’s vines.
Lianep also added some hot glue for extra security. She loves how her wreath turned out and recommends watching her video from last year where she made another beautiful wreath using flip-flops.
For her next project, Lianep chose pink and white striped adult-sized flip-flops. She placed them on top of some cardboard and marked where she needed to make cuts to create a base for the flip-flops. To ensure stability, Lianep glued paint sticks on top of the cardboard.
After painting the base white, she used a love sign from Dollar Tree and transformed it with a coat of Agave-colored paint. Lianep then attached the flip-flops to the platform using hot glue and added nautical rope for hanging. To add a finishing touch, she decorated the flip-flops with greenery and flowers.
In another creative endeavor, Lianep used a wood round from Dollar Tree as her canvas. She applied different colors of paint and skillfully blended them using chalk paint brushes. Once she achieved a beautiful sunset and ocean-inspired look, Lianep created a decal using her Cricut machine.
The decal featured the phrase “Life is better in flip-flops,” perfectly matching the theme of her project. She placed the decal on the wood round, hot-glued youth-sized flip-flops in place, and added faux knots for a decorative touch. Finally, Lianep attached nautical rope to the back for hanging and adorned the piece with greenery and flowers.
For a quick and easy project, Lianep used a mason jar and a youth-sized flip-flop. She threaded jute string through the flip-flop, placed it around the jar, and secured it with a simple knot in the back.
Lianep added a teal burlap ribbon around the thread to conceal it and placed a yellow flower in the center using hot glue. To complete the look, she added some greenery inside the jar.