Cheap DIY Crafts

Amazing Cheap DIY Projects Under $10

DIY Projects That Won’t Cost a Fortune to Make

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The Crafted Life

Some bloggers have such a knack for wowing us with their innovative and inspiring DIYs. The problem, though, is that many of these ideas are incredibly difficult and expensive to replicate.

We’ve come up with a list of the best cheap DIY projects that are not only inexpensive, but they are easy to make. For many of these ideas to cost less than $10, make sure you use coupons for craft stores and shop the sales. A little planning as far as materials are concerned will save you a lot of cash.  02 of 26

Organize Craft Supplies in a More Stylish Way

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To upgrade your craft supply storage, all you need are some glass jars, vinyl lettering, and the right kind of spray paint. If you don’t have any jars yet at home, shop at the Dollar Store or some thrift shops. 

Sea Glass Supply Jars from I Spy DIY 03 of 26

Upgrade Your Bathtub for Next to Nothing

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Jenna Sue Design Co

Head to your local lumber yard and grab a bunch of wood for next to nothing for this bathroom project. The more aged and imperfect the wood is, the better this bath caddy will look. 

Easy (& Practically Free) DIY Rustic Wood Projects from Jenna Sue Design Co

Paint a Terracotta Pot for an Updated Look

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Caylin Harris

Terracotta pots are pretty dull by nature, despite being ideal for a variety of indoor and outdoor plants. Get creative with some paint to better match the containers with your space. 

DIY Painted Terracotta Flower Pots from The Spruce 05 of 26

Craft This for Extra Hanging Jewelry Storage

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Hammer and Heels

This jewelry holder will cost you significantly less than some of the hanging storage you could buy elsewhere. Another bonus: it’s incredibly simple to make. 

DIY Jewelry Holder for $10 from Hammer and Heels 06 of 26

Store Small Objects on This Inexpensive Shelving Unit

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A Beautiful Mess

This shelving unit was made to house essential oil bottles, but it would work well to organize a lot of small household items. Consider placing on a vanity and displaying lipsticks or nail polish.  

Easy Essential Oil Organizer DIY from A Beautiful Mess 07 of 26

Learn How to Make Reversible Placemats

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Lovely Indeed

Add some playful style to your dining room with this inexpensive DIY idea. If you can find remnant fabric, this simple project will cost you even less to make. The reversible function also makes this idea more cost-effective because you get two placemats in one. 

How to Make Reversible Tassel Placemats from The Spruce