As you may know, Dollar Tree is one of my favorite places to go for creative project supplies. I love wandering through the aisles letting my imagination run wild with ideas. Just recently, I discovered Dollar Tree Value Seekers Club, which is packed with crafts, recipes, décor, tips, contests, insider information, frugal fun ideas, and other awesomeness. You can join too, for free, and get a chance to win a $20 Dollar Tree gift card! You will never run out of seasonal inspiration, as the creative content changes each month. Just pick out a project, print the project sheet or save it to your phone, and then use it as your shopping list in the store! Today I am sharing how I created this bat door using Dollar Tree supplies and a bat template I found while browsing the fun Halloween projects. It is super simple and it cost just $3.
***I received compensation for this post. All opinions are mine and honest!
DOLLAR STORE SUPPLIES:
You can use Dollar Tree black poster board, construction paper or foam sheets for your bats; For the number of bats I made, I used 2 sheets of poster board
Scissors or Die cut machine with software you can use to cut imported images
Bat Template Available at Dollar Tree Value Seekers Club
Printer unless you are using die cut machine
Download and print the bat template from Dollar Tree Value Seekers Club “Front Door Bat Printable” project, or download and open in your die cut machine’s software. I used Sure Cuts A Lot (which I don’t think is available anymore) and my Cricut machine.
If not using die cut machine, cut out the bats on the free template with scissors,tape to your black poster board and cut around them to create your bats.
Tape your bats to the door and enjoy!
I love the look and the simplicity of this project. Join Dollar Tree Value Seekers Club for it, and tons more inspiration!
$100 Dollar Tree gift card giveaway
Want to win $100 from Dollar Tree? Sign up for Dollar Tree Value Seekers Club and leave me a comment below this post telling me which project you want to try if you win! Good luck.
Here are some other great projects inspired by Dollar Tree Value Seekers Club: