Dollar Tree Fall Tablescape | Budget Fall Decor

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Happy Fall everyone! It’s officially October and to kick it off I’m bringing you a Dollar Tree Fall decor project. If you are looking for a gorgeous Fall tablescape but you’re not willing to shell out a small fortune – you’ll love this Dollar Tree Fall tablescape!

All of the decor was purchased at the Dollar Tree. I used leftover paint and supplies to transform these Dollar Tree items into gorgeous Farmhouse style decor.

Looking for more DIY Fall decor? Check out these DIY Fall wreaths!

Here’s what I picked up for the Dollar Tree Fall tablescape-

  • Pumpkins – Various Sizes
  • Chicken Burner Set for 3 tier Tray
  • 2 Candlesticks
  • 2 Plaid Baby Blankets
  • Maple Leaves
  • Purple Vases
  • “Grass” for Vases
  • 2 Wooden Signs
  • White Plates
  • Dish Towels
  • Letters

Here’s the other tools and supplies used –

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Making the Dollar Tree Fall Centerpiece

I used this Chicken burner set and two candlesticks to make a 3 tiered stand.

I spray painted the burner covers and then used gorilla glue to glue the stand together.

Painting the Pumpkins

I used leftover shades of blue, sage and white to chalk paint the pumpkins. The stems were painted in brown acrylic paint.

Visual learner? Watch the video here!

Making the Fall Decor

These bright leaves, vases and colorful twigs all got a few coats of white spray paint.

So much better. Now we’ve got a farmhouse feel going on!

I flipped over these signs and used Gel Stain to turn them into wooden trays. I covered up the holes with a few of the leaves above!

“Fall” Plates

I used this sheet of “Chocolate” decals to make these Rae Dunn inspired Fall plates.

They are for decoration only because they are stickers, but they make the cutest fall decor! I made tons of Rae Dunn inspired fall sayings in this other Dollar Tree post.

Assembling the Tablescape

I used buffalo check baby blankets as a table runner and then put everything together on the table. Here’s how it turned out!

Here’s a little graphic to pin this for later.

What do you think? I just love fall decor especially when its budget friendly. Let me know your favorite dollar tree scores are in the comments below!