If you’re like me, you probably already have your Christmas decorations up. I’m not one to wait until the last minute! But if you’re looking for some new ideas for farmhouse-style decorations, you’ve come to the right place. I’ve gathered 20+ of the best Farmhouse Christmas Decor Ideas from around the internet, and I know you’re going to love them. So grab a cup of hot chocolate, get cozy on the couch, and start browsing!
Here are the ideas that I found:
Plaid Embroidery Hoop Wreath
Plaids are always popular during the holiday season, and this Plaid Embroidery Hoop Wreath is a beautiful way to incorporate the trend into your decor.
Rustic Twig Ornaments
Source: Simple as That
These Rustic Twig Ornaments are a great way to add a natural touch to your Christmas tree, plus they’re also quick and easy to make.
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Source: Joyfully Growing
A Blanket Ladder is a perfect way to keep your blankets organized and within reach. It also makes a great Christmas decoration!
Windmill Christmas Tree Topper
A unique and great addition to any farmhouse-style Christmas tree. It’s made with an old bed spring and an Eight-inch Windmill Blades Ornament.
Chalk Pen Galvanized Buckets
Source: Finding Home Farms
Create this Christmas decor within 10 minutes! All you need is a chalk pen, galvanized buckets, ribbons, vases, and some greens.
Yarn Tree with Lights
Source: Hallstrom Home
Definitely a unique Christmas tree! The materials that you’ll be needing are some yarn, tree cones, and a glue gun or spray glue.
Source: Beauty for Ashes
A neat way to use up some old scraps of fabric! It’s a simple upcycling project if you have scraps of fabric lying around at your home.
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Miniature Christmas Village
Source: The Nester
To make this, you can use anything from aquariums, and big glass lanterns to glass bowls as your case for the Miniature Christmas Village.
Wooden Advent Calendar
Source: Sugar & Charm
Fill this do-it-yourself Wooden Advent Calendar with treats and goodies for your family. This would make a great holiday decoration and a fun activity for the kids!
Plaid Christmas Ornaments
These absolutely adorable Mini Embroidery Hoop Christmas Ornaments are just the right size for your Christmas tree.
Cranberry Mason Jar Centerpiece
Source: Dans Le Lakehouse
The snow inside these mason jars is actually made up of Epsom salt and fresh cranberries! This makes for a beautiful and festive centerpiece.
Christmas Creature Hoops
Source: Town & Country Living
Another great idea is using embroidery hoops for your farmhouse Christmas decor! This time, they’re used to making these fun and festive wreaths with animals such as lambs and reindeer.
License Plate Christmas Tree
Source: A Piece of Rainbow
You can use old license plates or print out different license plate designs to make this License Plate Christmas Tree on your farmhouse.
Christmas Tree Planters
Source: Bower Power
If you have a little bit of experience with woodwork then this Christmas Tree Planter project might be easy for you to assemble.
Christmas Village Hoop Wreath
Source: Sister’s Suitcase
Got a Cricut Maker? Create a minimalist Christmas Village that is placed on a shelf of a wooden hoop wreath.
Cactus Christmas Tree
Source: Hey Wanderer Blog
The base of this Cactus Christmas Tree is actually PVC pipes assembled together and then covered with garland.
Related Post: Best DIY Christmas Garland Ideas
Christmas Cross Stitch Tennis Rackets
Source: Sadie Seasongoods
Looking for something unique to do with those old tennis rackets? You can cross-stitch any holiday design on it! When I think of a farmhouse Christmas decor I usually think of stuff to upcycle, so this one will be one of my favorites here on the list.
Christmas Ornament Switchplate Covers
Source: Sadie Seasongoods
Turn your unused switchplate covers at home into colorful Christmas ornaments for your Christmas tree!
Lace Snowflake Ornaments
Source: The Pioneer Woman
For a more delicate look, try these Lace Snowflake Ornaments. They’re made with just lace appliques and clear glass ornaments.
Farm Sign Ornaments
Source: Ashley Hackshaw
If you have pre-painted distressed wooden ornaments, you can easily turn them into rustic Farm Sign Ornaments with just a little bit of painting and ribbons
Mason Jar Votives
Source: Mason Jar Crafts
With a little bit of paint and some stencil, you can recreate these festive Mason Jar Votives to display at home.
Scrabble Tile Christmas Tree
Source: Thistlewood Farms
Love playing Scrabble? Upcycle those old scrabble tiles and create a unique Christmas Tree with them on a small framed chalkboard.
Wooden Countdown Calendar
Source: Jen Woodhouse
Make your countdown more interactive with this completely do-it-yourself wooden countdown calendar. You can even redecorate this and use it for other occasions.
Evergreen Door Decor
Nothing says Christmas like evergreen clippings on your wall! The clippings are decorated with faux berries, ribbons, and bells to make it more jolly.
Source: Charleston Crafted
You’ll only be needing pinecones and a glue gun for this craft! I suggest you add ribbons and glitter to make this tree more festive.
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