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Dollar Tree Gallery Wall

Gallery wall done on a Dollar Tree budget.

Dollar Tree Gallery wall

Last week, I decided to update my hallway gallery wall. I wanted an easy layout that would bring a non-cluttered feel to the narrow hallway yet still add personality. So the search for simple yet affordable picture frames began.

A trip to The Dollar Tree was all I needed. I bought 20 simple frames in two different sizes. I kept my four old large frames.

Some photos are pretty old … like this one of my mom when she was pregnant with me in 1970.

Some are current; some in black and white.

Dollar Tree Gallery wall

Dollar Tree Gallery wall

Some full of priceless memories … like this photo I took of my then 10-year-old daughter. The dress, the guitar, the brick wall … just like it was yesterday. Memories all over the wall.

Dollar Tree Gallery Wall

Some ” design experts” will tell you not to display too many family photographs. To me a house without photographs doesn’t feel like a home.

My daughter Christy once wrote a song titled A Place To Call Home. With this song she captured our life experiences and move to Nashville. These two lines from the song will always stick with me.

“Pictures are first on the wall in a second

A constant reminder of who we are.”

I’ll keep adding to my gallery ( even if design experts don’t agree with) until the picture frames reach the bottom. In the meantime, these photos “are a constant reminder of who we are”.

Dollar Tree Anniversary Celebration = LARGER Brand-Name Favorites for $1

For this post, I’m thrilled to be partnering with Dollar Tree to share their special Anniversary Event Bonus Buys with you!

If you are reading my blog, you know how much I love Dollar Tree. In fact, my daughters love to roam Dollar Tree as well. We ALWAYS find something at Dollar Tree and everything is $1 or less. It’s simply impossible to leave the store empty-handed. So you can imagine how excited I was when Dollar Tree selected me to partner with them for their Dollar Tree Anniversary Celebration. Yay!

Here’s what’s going on at Dollar Tree during their Anniversary Celebration:

Through Oct. 11, 2014, Dollar Tree is offering tons of new Bonus Buys with up to 58% more FREE for each item! This means, for a limited time, many of our brand-name favorites are larger, but are STILL only $1 each. From cleaning supplies and home décor, to health and beauty care, snacks, beverages, and so much more, Dollar Tree stores are packed with super savings.

But I wouldn’t wait too long. So hurry in today to stock up on these incredible deals. And since Halloween is around the corner, while you’re in your local Dollar Tree store shopping for Bonus Buys, stock up on Halloween décor, candy, costume accessories, and more. It’s all $1 each!

For more details on Bonus Buys, click here.

October is always a busy month in my household. We have Fall Break, my son’s birthday, and Halloween. Also, by October, my college girls run out of ‘stuff’ (shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste, soap, etc.), which means the anniversary event is a perfect time for me to stock up.

Here are some items I snatched up at my last trip to Dollar Tree:

In addition to Clif Bars, Lady Speed Sticks and Snyders Mini Pretzels, I purchased several of their Dollar Tree Anniversary Celebration items:

3-ct. Packs of Chap-Ice® Lip Balm
3-ct. Packs of Dial® Bar Soap
4.6-oz. Tubes of Crest® Toothpaste
15-0z. Bottles of VO5® Extra Body Conditioner
200-ct Boxes of Scotties® Facial Tissues

Here’s another reason why I love shopping at Dollar Tree.

My local Dollar Tree has super friendly employees. They always make sure to greet their customers and are friendly and polite at check-out. They keep the store clean and well-organized. Such employees deserve a good pat on the back (and maybe a raise?) as they are a great asset to the store.

If you want to keep up with new Dollar Tree products and contests, simply become a subscriber and sign up here or follow Dollar Tree on Facebook and Twitter.

Full Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. I may receive compensation in the form of monetary compensation or product compensation in exchange for my blog post. I take pride in reviewing only products and companies that fit my brand and will be beneficial to my readers. And while this post is sponsored, all opinions are my own.