Nifty·Posted on Dec 17, 201717 Dollar Store Holiday Hacks That'll Make You Say "Why Didn't I Know About These Sooner?"There's still time, y'all.by Natalie BrownBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Layer dollar wreaths in your artificial tree to add extra fluff. 3littlegreenwoods.com From 3 Little Greenwoods. 2. Turn two candlesticks and three glass plates into a glamorous three-tier serving stand using some heavy-duty E6000 craft glue. dianarambles.com The best part? It's only $8, and that's including the glue. From Diana Rambles. Or try it with a pizza pan, a pie pan, and a cake pan. southernstateofmindblog.com From Southern State of Mind. 3. OR if you have a white elephant to attend, glue $1 candlesticks to red Solo cups to make "wine glasses." pinterest.com, makeiteasycrafts.com It's hilarious *and* they still get a legit gift — the wine.From here and Make It Easy Crafts. 4. Hot glue three mini candy canes together to make place card holders that are festive and easy. industriousjustice.com TBH you might be able to make it work with a tightly-wrapped rubber band, too — just hide it behind the recipe card. From Industrious Justice. 5. And stick the rest of the candy canes in the food processor to make magical peppermint dust that you can add to basically EVERYTHING. mamalovesfood.com Hot chocolate, cookie dough, icing, mousse, cocktail rims — the possibilities are literally endless. From Mama Loves Food. 6. Use one bigger and eight smaller glass candle holders, plus some decorative stones, to make a mantlepiece-sized menorah. Wendell T. Webber / goodhousekeeping.com From Good Housekeeping. 7. Attach painted paper plates to a dowel and cover the whole thing in a cellophane "wrapper" to make giant lollipops for your yard. smartschoolhouse.com Use hot glue to attach everything together. From Smart Schoolhouse. 8. Catch all of your menorah's drips using a $1 metal serving tray. pinterest.com From here. 9. Epsom salt doubles perfectly well for pricier snow-like vase-filler. misskopykat.blogspot.com From Miss Kopy Kat. 10. When it's time to take down your tree, plastic cups glued to cardboard will keep your ornaments organized. momspartycafe.blogspot.com From Mom's Party Cafe. 11. And if you wrap your lights around a hanger, they'll stay nice and tangle-free. sharonscrapbook.blogspot.com From Sharon's Scrapbook. 12. Flip a few canisters of $1 ornaments into a gorgeous wreath — made around a wire hanger (or wire of your choice). tidymom.net, eddieross.com You cut open the hanger (or shape it into a circle), and string the ornaments directly onto it. From Tidy Mom and Eddie Ross. 13. And seamlessly hang your wreath by sticking an upside-down Command Hook to the back of your door. prettydubs.com, hardlyhousewives.com, frugelegance.com From Pretty Dubs, Hardly Housewives, and FrugElegance. 14. Orange Starbursts and mini chocolate chips turn ordinary powdered donuts into adorable snow people. cupcakediariesblog.com Just cut each Starburst in half diagonally for the carrot nose. From Cupcake Diaries. 15. Hot glue bobby pins to the back of mini gift bows for a cute and festive stocking stuffer...or to wear right away. smartnsnazzy.com From Smart n Snazzy. 16. Use metallic plastic spoons, a styrofoam cone, and some paint to make dreamy decorative trees. myhusbandhastoomanyhobbies.com From My Husband Has Too Many Hobbies. 17. Wrap white duct tape around a red pool noodle — tying the hook down with fishing wire — to make jumbo outdoor candy canes. Nifty / Facebook: buzzfeednifty From Nifty.