I would love to share with you today my Favorite Farmhouse Christmas DIY Projects so far. They all bring a warmth and coziness to your home during the Holiday and Winter Season. Sometimes you can actually hear sleigh bells in the distance. We are all so blessed to have these incredible projects and their tutorials at our finger tips and the reason is is that we are surrounded by the most generous and talented bloggers in the world. They are always giving…sharing and caring and I am sending out a BIG Thank you to each and everyone of them. So it is now time for you to pour yourself a yummy cup of hot chocolate…cozy up in your favorite chair and check out all of these amazing projects that you can make yourself. Be assured as the newer projects from this year roll it…I will be sharing them with you.
Has over at Let’s Create Events has a real Farmhouse Christmas Treat for you…a DIY Shutter Snowman that is simply too cute! It will look amazing in or outside of the home. Use it in a vignette or just let it shine solo. It’s quick…easy and fabulous. Drop by and snatch up the DIY and if by some chance you can’t find a shutter to work with…go with a solid piece of wood!
I am head over heels in love with the Farmhouse Advent Calendar over at Thrifty & Chic! You can make one of these and never have to make another one because it is a long time keeper. Let Alicia share her tutorial with you…I know you are going to love the results!
If you are entertaining this Holiday Season I do believe your Farmhouse would love to have a gorgeous tray like this one from Donna of Funky Junk Interiors. You can serve up your Hot Chocolate in Style! Come and see how easy it is to make…you might even want to make one as a gift.
These Rustic Christmas Trees are a Farmhouse Winter MUST! They are budget friendly and easy to make but pack such a punch when used in numbers or in a wonderful vignette. So many possibilities and you can snatch up the fabulous tutorial over at Little House Of Four.
Ella Claire Inspired has the perfect Farmhouse Christmas Centerpiece. Snow Covered Pinecones tucked into a distressed white box and it looks incredible. She will show you how to make the pinecones and then you can do your arrangement in a dough bowl…a distressed box…a pretty bowl…maybe a vintage tool box or you can add string to hang on the tree! The uses are limitless!
This Shiplap Ornament Display that Kelly over at Live Laugh Rowe is amazing. The perfect Holiday Accessory for the Modern Farmhouse. It’s simple to make and Kelly shares the how to. Maybe one of these beauties is in your Christmas future.
Vanessa over at Tried and True has such a sweet Believe Rustic Christmas Wall Art Project I know you will adore. It’s not hard to make and it goes with everything and looks marvelous any where. I know I need one of these…how about you???
How magical is this DIY Metal and Wood Christmas Sign…wood and metal create an incredible Industrial Farmhouse Look and Lauren from Bless’er House is sharing how she created this forever piece. You might even want to make some of these letters for the non-holiday time for wall art in the kitchen!
What do you think? Do you need one of these DIY Stocking Posts? I do : ) and when you hop on over to Shades Of Blue Interiors you are going to find a very pretty tutorial. You will be hanging those adorable stocking to be filled by St. Nick in no time!
Oh Beth from Unskinny Boppy has a Vintage Farmhouse Style Advent Calendar that is absolutely stunning. Make one of your very own with her tutorial! You can mix up the colors if you want…use a decorate wreath if that is what makes you happy…in the end you will have something sensational!
Ah…the girls over at Lolly Jane have the perfect Farmhouse Holiday Card Display that you can even use when the Holidays are over! Don’t you just love chicken wire and wood : ) Check out their DIY and I think you just might have the perfect display for those pretty cards.
Well Kelly over at Live Laugh Rowe has another must make DIY Woodland Sign… “Let it Snow”…it is simply Farmhouse Perfection and she shares how to create one of your very own. Take this beauty out every year and leave it up all Winter LONG!
Merry & Bright never looked so good! Come and visit Angela Marie Made and she is going to show you how to create this gorgeous garland. How farmtastic does it look on this chalkboard!
Well if there was EVER a reason to collect spindles…this is the #1 Reason for SURE! I mean I am ready to buy Thrift Store Chairs just to cut the spindles out. How much do you love this…come on over to Country Design Style and you will see how simple it is to make…start saving those spindles my friends!
If your heart skipped a beat with the Spindle Project above but you only have one spindle…here is a great DIY from Liz Marie! I don’t want you to feel left out and this is the perfect solution for most of us. Even though Liz used spindles…I have the solution…just hop on over to your Lumber Store and get quarter round flat base rounded molding then cut the size…that way you can have one of these cuties of your very own. Oh and if you happen to have a distressed wooden door…BONUS!
As always here at The Cottage Market we would like to send out tons of APPAWS and APPLAUSE to all of our blogger friends for sharing their talents and creativity with us! We want them to know that they are appreciated and loved. You are going to adore exploring their blogs for more outstanding DIY’s and inspiration. As always…ENJOY & CREATE!
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