Creative Christmas Crafts for the DIYer: Go Rustic!

You can’t beat a rustic Christmas theme for pure charm. And it becomes even more heartwarming when the decorations are handcrafted by you and your family members. So to help you make this magic happen in your own home this holiday season, look what we found! Nine adorable Christmas craft projects that you can DIY. Just click on the links for the tutorials.

Get Ready to Craft These Rustic Christmas Decorations

Most of these crafts are easily doable, while some are a bit more challenging. But take a look, make your choices, and fill your home with creatively hand-made holiday cheer!

Rustic Christmas Decorations with Twig and Berry Wreath, Burlap Ornaments, Mini Wreaths, Decorated Bottles, and Mason Jar Candle Holders.

1 – Twig and berry wreath by Dandy Boutique – This can take you just 10 minutes to make, using ready-to-use materials from a crafts store!

2 – Stamped burlap ornaments by Bliss Bloom Blog – A printable template helps you cut out the sections of burlap to glue onto foam balls. Then, just stamp away!

3 – Mini rosemary wreaths by Spoon Fork Bacon – These darling wreaths are designed as place cards with tiny name tags added. But they’d make sweet napkin accents or even party gift toppers.

4 – Decorated bottles by Live Creatively Inspired – So amazing how a tiny bit of trim here, a touch of glitter there can transform a simple bottle collection into a delightful holiday sight!

5 – Mason jar candle holder by The Sweetest Nest – Check out the 3 festive versions of this mason jar classic, using decor scraps you already have: lace, pine cones, bits of greenery, mini ornaments, ribbon.

Rustic Christmas Decorations with Glittery Pine Cones, Burlap Stockings, Chalkboard Advent Calendar, and Marquee Sign.

6 – Scented glitter pinecones by Ramshackle Glam – Such a versatile (and fragrant!) decor idea that you can put in a bowl for a centerpiece, hang on a garland for your mantel, or use as individual tree ornaments.

7 – Burlap stockings by Design, Dining and Diapers – Can’t get more rustic than burlap for sewing up some quick and easy decorations, like these. Just add a pine cone and a sprig of berries to each!

8 – Chalkboard advent calendar by Thistlewood Farms – A rustic framed chalkboard is the backdrop for assorted Christmas ornaments hung on jute twine, one for each day leading to Christmas. Then, as each day passes, the ornament is transferred to the tree. Love that idea!

9 – Christmas marquee sign by PBJ Stories – This project calls for more crafting skill, but is it worth it! Store-bought letters are mounted on wooden blocks, then drilled through to allow regular Christmas lights to peep out. Marquee lights, rustic-style!

So which of these Christmas crafts are calling your name?

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