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How to Make a Dollar Store Centerpiece


Short on cash but love making Christmas crafts? You're in luck! Learn how to make a dollar store centerpiece that's perfect for the holiday season. This dollar store craft idea from Candace Jedrowicz is so easy to make and will look great on your table.

Find a plain white basin at the store and use this as the base of your project. The shape of this centerpiece makes it perfect for covering cakes and other delicious treats! Use inexpensive trinkets to decorate your centerpiece - look for all of the items at the dollar store or dig into your stash of goodies. This project is so easy to make and fun to look it.



For a step-by-step photo tutorial of this project, check out Seasonal Dollar Store Centerpiece.

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