Farmhouse Christmas DIY Projects

Looking for cute, fun, and rustic DIY farmhouse Christmas projects for your home? These will definitely get you in the mood for Christmas and bring some Christmas cheer to your home!

Looking for cute, fun, and rustic DIY farmhouse Christmas projects for your home? These will definitely get you in the mood for Christmas and bring some Christmas cheer to your home!

Christmas time is so much fun and I know I love to decorate and do at least one new DIY to set out. So I am always looking for another cute time to make since store-bought decorations can be a bit pricey. Here is a round-up of some really cute Christmas decor ideas to make easily and inexpensively.

These rustic DIY farmhouse Christmas projects will definitely get you in the mood for Christmas and bring some Christmas cheer to your home!

Made with burlap wired ribbon and styrofoam cones this cute Burlap Ribbon Trees project can be made in so many colors and sizes for anywhere in the home. Even on the tables for a party.

These rustic DIY farmhouse Christmas projects will definitely get you in the mood for Christmas and bring some Christmas cheer to your home!

Another styrofoam cone Yarn Wrapped Christmas Trees made with chunky yarn. I could see these in so many colors or yarn with glitter.

These rustic DIY farmhouse Christmas projects will definitely get you in the mood for Christmas and bring some Christmas cheer to your home!

The Wood Clock Advent Calendar project is for those who have a bit of knowledge working with wood or you can buy a circle piece of wood for the same project.

These rustic DIY farmhouse Christmas projects will definitely get you in the mood for Christmas and bring some Christmas cheer to your home!

Another project for the use of old pieces of board but easier to make since you don’t have to make a circle. Shiplap Ornament Display is such a cute idea for pallet boards too.

These rustic DIY farmhouse Christmas projects will definitely get you in the mood for Christmas and bring some Christmas cheer to your home!

I love this idea using metal tubs to make Galvanized Farmhouse Buckets. These could be used for so many things. A smaller metal bucket could be used as a gift basket for someone. 

These rustic DIY farmhouse Christmas projects will definitely get you in the mood for Christmas and bring some Christmas cheer to your home!

Made with metal and wood letters, this is my favorite project and is on my list to do for this year. I love how this Metal and Wood Sign turned out to hang up during the holidays. I have also seen these letters at Hobby Lobby.

These rustic DIY farmhouse Christmas projects will definitely get you in the mood for Christmas and bring some Christmas cheer to your home!

The Christmas Tree Glitter Sign will be hanging in your home in no time. An easy project using scrap wood or pallet wood, stencils, and glitter. There are so many stencils out there to use for this project. 

These rustic DIY farmhouse Christmas projects will definitely get you in the mood for Christmas and bring some Christmas cheer to your home!

For those of us who don’t have a mantle to hang stockings on, this Stocking Post is perfect for that. 

These rustic DIY farmhouse Christmas projects will definitely get you in the mood for Christmas and bring some Christmas cheer to your home!

Having a holiday party? These Snowy Pinecone Jar Candles would be perfect for a centerpiece. I’m thinking of a winter wedding too. Easy to make with mason jars, pinecones, and snow paint.

These rustic DIY farmhouse Christmas projects will definitely get you in the mood for Christmas and bring some Christmas cheer to your home!

Another cute idea for stocking holders for those with mantles. String Art Christmas Stocking Holders looks like a fun project for the kids to help with.

These rustic DIY farmhouse Christmas projects will definitely get you in the mood for Christmas and bring some Christmas cheer to your home!

If you love easy, this project is for you. Paper Bag Christmas Trees are such a cute idea for decorating and gift-giving. Grab some paper bags and small trees and with a little decoration, you are done!

These rustic DIY farmhouse Christmas projects will definitely get you in the mood for Christmas and bring some Christmas cheer to your home!

I love this idea since orange season is in full swing here in Central Florida during the holidays and this Dried Orange Garland would be so cute to hang above my kitchen window. Super easy to make too.

These rustic DIY farmhouse Christmas projects will definitely get you in the mood for Christmas and bring some Christmas cheer to your home!

If you can make tassels, you can make this Tassel Christmas Tree Garland. Using green yarn, wood beads, and twine, you could hang this garland virtually anywhere. Even on the Christmas tree.

These rustic DIY farmhouse Christmas projects will definitely get you in the mood for Christmas and bring some Christmas cheer to your home!

This is the perfect craft to make with the kids. One Paper Christmas Tree for each person in the family to display. Make with card stock, glue, and fake snow.

These rustic DIY farmhouse Christmas projects will definitely get you in the mood for Christmas and bring some Christmas cheer to your home!Cute little Burlap Stockings made with burlap. The topper could be made with different colors. You can never have too many stockings for decorating.

These rustic DIY farmhouse Christmas projects will definitely get you in the mood for Christmas and bring some Christmas cheer to your home!

Looking for an easy centerpiece for the holidays? This Winter Christmas Table Centerpiece is super easy to make with tin cans and pine foliage and pinecones. 

These rustic DIY farmhouse Christmas projects will definitely get you in the mood for Christmas and bring some Christmas cheer to your home!

This Christmas Wreath is wrapped with an olive branch garland and accented with some rustic bells

These rustic DIY farmhouse Christmas projects will definitely get you in the mood for Christmas and bring some Christmas cheer to your home!

I love vintage enamelware and this idea is perfect to make Vintage Enamelware with Fresh Greenery to sit anywhereThese rustic DIY farmhouse Christmas projects will definitely get you in the mood for Christmas and bring some Christmas cheer to your home!

The Rustic Wood Candle Holders project takes a little bit of skill to make this needing drills and saws but it’s so cute. Or you can buy them already made to just add candles too.

These rustic DIY farmhouse Christmas projects will definitely get you in the mood for Christmas and bring some Christmas cheer to your home!

DIY Snow Globes made with any size glass jars, fake snow, little Christmas trees, and truck/car ornaments or anything else you would love to put in them. 

Over 10 Advent Calendars beautifully done to inspire you to make for your home.
There’s no better way to get into the true Christmas spirit than making your own Christmas tree decorations with your family and friends.
Start getting into the Christmas Spirit now with these Christmas Tree Skirt Ideas!

Enjoy,

Tammy

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16 Comments

  1. OMG these ideas are gorgeous! I wish I had a DIY bone in my body, but I don’t -so I will be heading over to Hobby Lobby and paying a bit more for already made crafts, LOL!

  2. These are gorgeous! I love the burlap Christmas trees. I am the world’s worst decorator for the holidays but we are going to try to make it fun this year!

  3. These are all awesome projects! I really love the garland and ribbon tree. I need to try making some of these this year

  4. There are some great and easy to make projects for the upcoming Xmas season. It will be fun for families who celebrate to make them

  5. These are some great ideas. I love doing DIY for the holidays. It’s such a fun time to start doing projects like this.

  6. These DIY farmhouse Christmas projects are awesome! This will be fun to do with my husband and son. The Paper Christmas Tree is really cute.

  7. So many great ideas here Tammy! Love this post! The burlap trees really caught my eye. Always looking for things that can transition from Christmas to winter easily. Love the mason jars too. Thanks so much for the inspiration. Pinned!

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