Fun Ideas for October on The Value Seekers Club

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Dollar Tree via Burst Media. The opinions and text are all mine.

I used to be under the impression that crafting was expensive. That was one of the big reasons why I didn’t really bother with it until the last couple years. I also mistakenly believed that crafts and making my own decor would be way past my current skill level. I couldn’t have been more wrong! Not only have I discovered that crafting is easy, but I also learned that buying supplies doesn’t mean you have to break the bank. Plus, it’s fun and rewarding too!

Have you heard of Dollar Tree’s loyalty program, The Value Seekers Club? If you haven’t you are in for a real treat! The Value Seekers Club features loads of fun crafts, delicious recipes and easy decor ideas that can be created with Dollar Tree products. Even better, all Dollar Tree products cost only $1 each. Perfect for frugalistas like me!

In addition, The Value Seekers Club hosts member-only contests and offers exclusive product sneak peeks as well as first-to-buy opportunities. This is a club that won’t cost you even one penny to join. It’s 100% FREE and you get access to all the membership perks.

To give you a little taste of what is in store for members, I recreated a Halloween craft featured on The Value Seekers Club. My daughter and I made this Googly Eye Picture Frame together.

It was really simple and inexpensive to make. Most of all, it was fun! My daughter put a picture of herself from a previous Halloween. She is pictured with my mom and dad’s dog who also happens to look like the costume. We didn’t plan it that way though!

I think it turned out fabulous and Bridget excitedly asked if we could make another one. She was proud of her work. She’s a great helper.

To see how to make the Googly Eye Picture Frame and discover more frugal fun ideas for October, make sure you head on over to Dollar Tree’s Value Seekers Club and become a member!

Stacie Vaughan

Stacie is the mom of two girls and lives in Ontario, Canada. She enjoys cooking/baking, photography, reading, DIY and is fueled by lots of coffee!

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