Farmhouse Christmas Decor
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YAY it is time to decorate for Christmas!! I LOVE decorating for all holidays, but Christmas is by far my favorite! I have always had a soft spot for a neutral Christmas tree and mantel. Farmhouse Christmas Decor is my fave, and not just because farmhouse style is trending right now thanks to Fixer Upper! My family has a 1911 farmhouse on a ranch, and ever since I was a little girl I have always loved that style. My husband and I dream of owning a farmhouse on land someday. Until then I will keep adding some farmhouse style throughout my current home.
You can use a garland on the mantel or go with no garland. The pine cones help give more of that Farmhouse Christmas decor feel. Collect your own pine cones if you live near pine trees, and add paint and glitter to spruce them up. I purchased this deer silhouette sign from Hobby Lobby. You can also get a Wooden Deer Silhouette sign on Amazon.
I love the way the Birch Wood Logs look. You can also use regular wood and tie with jute to create bundles. Scatter pine cones to help with the Farmhouse Christmas decor feel. I used a heavily flocked neutral Christmas tree from Home Goods to give some height in the back.
This Chalkboard Art was free handed by my husband, but if you are lacking that skill …. like me, then you can print out a stencil with a step by step DIY over on Inspiration For Moms. Fill a Rustic Lantern with pine cones or a candle, then top it off with greenery stems and burlap.
Neutral Christmas Tree and Mantel with Farmhouse Christmas Decor
I purchased these gorgeous Knit Sweater Stockings from Home Goods and TJ Maxx. You can find similar stockings here on Amazon.
My mom collects Santa and I member loving looking at them all every Christmas season as a kid! I have started a small collection of my own Santas that fit with my Farmhouse Christmas decor style.
Give your tree some texture by adding a combination of small, medium, and large ornaments.
Gift Wrapping is a LOVE of mine! It has been passed down to me from my parents, and to them from my grandparents. Just about my entire family wraps gifts extravagantly using a glue gun, ribbon, ornaments, and other nick knacks to adorn the gifts. I created two fabulous sets of FREE Gift Tags and a few Wrapping Ideas in a separate post.
I simply LOVE getting Holiday Photo Cards from family and friends. This year I created an EASY DIY photo card holder!
DIY FARMHOUSE CHRISTMAS DECOR PHOTO CARD HOLDER
1.) You can use any larger art work or sign you may have or you can purchase one. I purchased this vintage window for $10 from a local antique store.
2.) Cut strips of twine or ribbon long enough to go across the front and wrap around about an inch on each side in the back.
3.) Use hot glue to attach to the back side of your window or other large decor item.
4.) Use mini clothes pins (local craft stores or Walmart) to hang the Holiday Cards as they start arriving in the mail.
Shutterfly has a HUGE selection of Gorgeous Christmas Photo Cards. You are sure to find a style you love!! They also have fabulous coordinating items like envelope liners, custom stamps, and return address labels! Head over to their site and start designing your custom Photo Card!
PHOTOGRAPHY – Heather Renee Photography
Below this image are some of the items from my Farmhouse Christmas Decor. I purchased several things from stores like Home Goods as well. I have linked other decor items you may like as well using affiliate links.
Christmas Wreath – Flocked Christmas Tree – White Knit Stocking – White Fur Tree Skirt – Merry Christmas Wood Sign – Wooden Joy Sign – Let It Snow Pillow – White Mini Tree – Gray and White Ski Santa – Owls – White Fur Blanket – Blanket Ladder
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