Making your money stretch is a true art form and these 10 dollar store influencers have mastered their craft! Some head to their nearby dollar store to showcase new products. Others travel the region to scout multiple discount stores in hopes of finding unique products to make crafts, source ingredients or snacks, or just find that incredible bargain.
10 dollar store influencers showing off their finds on YouTube
Do It On A Dime
Kathryn’s Do It On A Dime YouTube channel has 1.92 million subscribers who follow her to learn tips to get organized on a frugal budget. She makes beautiful crafts from her dollar store finds and even with the Dollar Tree raising its rates to $1.25 per item Kathryn still manages to keep her organizing ideas super affordable. Check out her tricks for small-space organizing!
DIYer and paper crafter Vanessa takes her 94.2K subscribers to dollar stores so they can see her hauls as they happen. She shows her followers how to create farmhouse rustic fall decor and which pieces they need for Christmas DIYs. From what to buy at the store to the steps to create the project, Vanessa has plenty of easy, affordable ideas for crafters and non-crafters looking for budget-friendly crafts.
Hot Humble Pie
Dedicated to crafts, DIY, trash to treasure, and thrift makeovers, Holly has racked up 125K YouTube subscribers thanks to the affordable ideas that sometimes cost even less than $1. Learn how to make a rustic boho farmhouse Easter bunny for almost nothing or tiered trays with pieces from the Dollar Tree. Choose one or more of the 10 high-end Dollar Tree planter DIY projects or any of the 45 Christmas projects that use items from the store.
Pookie doesn’t just shop at dollar stores to let her 35.9K YouTube subscribers know what they can get for around a dollar. She also tests the items, like face brushes, fiber brownies, and frozen pizza. Her craft projects — like Halloween tablescapes and two fall coffee bars — revolve around her Dollar Tree finds.
Chic On the Cheap
Being a dollar store addict isn’t a bad thing for Sara Jane, who puts her obsession to good use entertaining and teaching her 507K YouTube subscribers how to spot the hidden gems, create bathroom hacks, and make DIY gifts. She’s great at spotting high-end finds at Dollar General and her DIY Dollar Tree patio decor ideas can be used inside or out.
Keeping it Simple Crafts
More than 88K subscribers follow this YouTube channel to get affordable craft ideas that use products from dollar stores. Thanks to links to tutorials, viewers can make an adorable carrot wreath for Easter, a snowman yardstick door swag centerpiece, and two patriotic farmhouse pieces. There are also videos highlighting the newest items at Dollar General and Dollar Tree.
She So CraftDee
Dee’s YouTube channel is dedicated almost entirely to Dollar Tree finds and DIY crafts. Her 208K subscribers have learned how to make a rustic wood decorative tray, a two-tier mirror vanity tray stand, and an envelope pillow cover made from a rug. Make sure to catch her shelf home decor project that was inspired by a high-end Pottery Barn display.
Glue Guns & Roses
Megan’s 477K YouTube subscribers love her dollar store organizational hacks, expensive-looking DIYs and affordable decorating tips. Her posts include Christmas tree ornaments, trendy wreaths, reversible porch signs, and farmhouse shutters. Her Dollar Tree rope projects are truly inspiring!
The Daily DIYer
Shannon posts videos regularly so her 348K YouTube subscribers can watch her ingenious hacks and DIY crafts using affordable items from the Dollar Tree. Her shopping hauls let viewers know what they may find at their local store and Shannon is happy to share her top Dollar Tree secrets to help her viewers maximize their trip. She says her Dollar Tree balloon drop might be her favorite deal yet.
With 983K YouTube subscribers, Bethany hosts one of the top YouTube channels for Dollar Tree hauls, DIYs and organizational videos. You’ll find ideas for floral topiary wedding centerpieces, Mother’s Day tree candy bouquets, and a mini decorative Christmas tree. There’s even a playlist with furniture projects, like this Ikea-inspired cube organizer.