Added by on 2019-01-18

Hey guys! I got another great Dollar Tree hack for you… Click on the video to see what it is and how I made it. It’s really simple and inexpensive. Help support the channel by purchasing project items here – I’ll earn a small commission if you make a purchase at no additional cost to you which really helps! ➤ What I Used For The Project: + 9″ Baking Pan + Clear Zipper Envelope + Gorilla epoxy glue + Black & White Spray Paint + White Pebbles + Faux Plant + Painter’s Tape ➤ Let’s Keep In Touch: Join the new Facebook group, “All Things Home Decor” to discuss more DIY projects or anything related to home decor. This group is amazingly talented! Click on the link and request access today! – If you’re on Instagram, check out my feed @ designsbytresha! I’m on there 5 days a week sharing home decor ideas. Let me know what you think! – If you’re on Facebook, check me out there too! – ➤ All opinions are my own. I have not received any compensation for any of the products used in the video. I have no material connection to the brands, products, or services that I have mentioned. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.” ➤ Business Email: ➤ Business Address:  Designs By Tresha PO Box 1312  Lorton, VA 22199 ➤ Music:  Production Music courtesy of and ➤ Video Editing Software Used: Final Cut Pro X ➤ Camera Used To Shoot: Canon T5i #wallplant #walldecor #homedecor Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsDIY Dollar Tree Circle Wall Planters | Great For Exterior or Interior Wall DecorDollar Tree DIY […]

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  • Rebecca Treeseed 4 months ago

    I saw one online for $30 plus shipping. Not in my budget! This is clever, thank you.

  • catgirldo 4 months ago

    Hello Treshaja. This project is amazing and could be used for many types of DIY projects but for those of us born without the "green thumb gene" this really is a great way to get green into the house. I love your creativity and as always thanks for the clear and concise directions..

  • Tracey's World 4 months ago

    So darn CUTE I LOVE IT

  • Reese Luxe 4 months ago

    Too cute! Love the idea…

  • Bobbie 65 4 months ago


  • Shavel D 4 months ago

    Very creative and nice!!

  • Lee Ann Wiley 4 months ago

    I just love it so clever my kind a gal

  • Carol Bellamy 4 months ago

    I love it! I have many plants and wonder about soil in this planter.

  • Chelle Pat 4 months ago

    Can't wait to try this. Another great inspiring video. Love it

  • Just Coni justme 4 months ago

    I really like your creation and I can variations of this swirling in my mind. Thank you, Treshaja 🙂

  • Marie Livingston 4 months ago

    We’re going to do this one for our new home. Easy, attractive and takes up wall space.

  • LovingMe_ Jan 4 months ago

    Wow, you did a great job. I’m loving it.

  • Linda Miller 4 months ago

    Very creative! I think this would like nice with different pebble colors too.
    Where are they from? Thanks!

  • Linda Smith 4 months ago

    very nice, I'm scared of epoxy! I am klutzy I'd probably glue my furniture together.

  • Michelle Moskalenko 4 months ago

    You rock! Wow, Tresha! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

  • Lashonda Daniels 4 months ago

    That turned out nice.

  • great work, looks great!

  • Sue Cox 4 months ago

    As always, this is a fresh, interesting and beautiful project.