Dollar Tree Thinking of a Master Plan Sign Hacks
If you’ve been in Dollar Tree recently, you may have seen the “Thinking of a Master Plan Sign.” The Dollar Tree Thinking of a Master Plan sign is made with heavy MDF plywood so it’s a durable Dollar Tree hack! I rounded up some of my favorite Dollar Tree DIY projects using this dollar store wood sign hack. Keep reading for several ways to use the Dollar Tree flag sign and watch the video below to see how I used the Dollar Tree Master Plan Sign to make a Dollar Tree banner sign for our outdoor bar!
If you’re curious (or in a hurry)…
If you cannot find the Dollar Tree Sign featured in this post online, I suggest checking your local Dollar Tree store or craft stores.
Christmas Signs using the Dollar Tree Master Plan Sign
A Girl and a Glue Gun used the Dollar Tree flag sign and her cutting machine to create these beautiful Christmas signs. Who wouldn’t love to receive one of these as a gift? You would never know this sign was just $1!
Find the full tutorial to make the Christmas signs here.
Wooden “BAR” Banner Sign using the Dollar Tree Flag Sign
Simple Made Pretty used 3 of the “Thinking of a Master Plan” signs to create a fun outdoor Bar sign.
Find the Video Tutorial to make the BAR sign Below!
Learn how to make an outdoor bar for only $25 in this post 🙂
Dollar Tree DIY First Day of School Sign
I love this first day of school sign that my friend, Bertika on Instagram made for her son. It’s the perfect size sign for small hands and the colors she used are perfect!
Dollar Tree thinking of a master plan Welcome Monogram Sign
What a perfect welcome sign and you’d never guess it was just $1 🙂 Find the tutorial at Southern Yankee.
USA Patriotic Banner Dollar Tree Sign DIY
Everything used to make this USA banner by Cat Mom Creations came from Dollar Tree! You can see the Banner and how she made it here.
Dollar Tree Sign DIY – Today is a Good Day for a Good Day
What a nice reminder. Let’s have a good day…and have fun scrolling through this post for craft ideas 😉
Find the tutorial to make this sign by The Lazy Crafter Lady.
Dollar Tree Home Sign with Mini Wreath
Polka dots are classic and the little HOME letters are perfection on this Dollar Tree DIY sign by Crafti Cacti. Find the tutorial on her YouTube channel her.
Dollar Tree Thinking of a Master Plan Sign – Christmas Countdown
This Christmas countdown sign was made by my friend, Courtney, who shared her project on Instagram. She was inspired by my Dollar Tree Christmas Tree Countdown sign in this post.
Dollar Tree Thinking of a Master Plan – Graduation Sign
My friend Lindsey made these graduation photo props using the Dollar Tree flag sign. They turned out amazing and you would never guess these signs were $1!
Dollar Tree Let’s Stay in Bed Sign DIY
I love Crafty Cacti’s simple approach with this beautiful DIY Dollar Tree Sign. Find the tutorial on her YouTube channel here.
Dollar Tree Monogram Sign with Wreath
A simple and classic monogram sign was created using the Dollar Tree flag sign and minimal craft supplies. This DIY is by my friend Tiffany on Instagram.
Dollar Tree Find Your Tribe DIY Sign
This DIY Dollar Tree sign idea is by my friend Laila. She loves using her Cricut machine and created a vinyl decal for the Dollar Tree “thinking of a master plan” sign after painting it.
Dollar Tree Thinking of a Master Plan Sign Hack – DIY Boho Sign
This boho DIY Dollar Tree sign is by DIY with Amber and she shares how she created this adorable sign on her YouTube channel here.
Dollar Tree Birthday Sign DIY
How mun is this Happy Birthday sign that my friend Lindsey made? This sign could be personalized and placed on a front door to surprise loved ones.
Dollar Tree Bible Verse DIY Sign
I love bible verse DIY signs and Cat Mom Creations made one using the Dollar Tree flag sign, wood beads, and ribbon. Find her tutorial here.
I hope you enjoyed these Dollar Tree thinking of a master plan sign ideas. The Dollar Tree Flag Sign is very versatile and can be used in many Dollar Tree decor DIY projects. The possibilities to use this sign are endless!
If you use these Dollar Tree Sign Craft Ideas or create one of your own, I’d love to see it and share it in this post! Send me a message on any of my social media channels 🙂
Print the Tutorial to Make the DIY Dollar Tree BAR Sign
Dollar Tree BAR Sign
- 3 Dollar Tree Thinking of a Master Plan Signs
- Linen Chalked Paint
- Cricur Explore Air 2
- Oracal Vinyl
- Clear Contact Paper
- Dishwasher Safe Mod Podge (optional)
- Paint Brushes
- Staple Gun
- Sanding Block
- Black Sharpie Marker
- Use a sanding block to buff the "Thinking of a Master Plan" image until the surface is smooth on all 3 signs.
- Apply 2 coats of paint to the signs and let dry.
- Use a Cricut or Sihouette machine to cut black vinyl letters to spell BAR (I used Cricut Sans font sized 6 inches for the height for each letter).
- Weed the image.
- Use the clear contact paper to attach the vinyl letters to the signs.
- Use a sharpie marker to outline the outside of the flags.
- Use dishwasher safe mod podge if you plan to use the sign outdoors.
- Remove the twine from the back of each flag.
- Attach one long string of twine to the back of the flags to connect them like a banner.
- Use a staple gun to attach the twine on each of the corners.
- Hang and enjoy!
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