If you love farmhouse decor, you are in for a real treat! Here are 9 farmhouse Christmas decor items that can take your home from fun to festive in no time at all! With these amazing items, your home will be ready for the holidays!
It’s so easy to fall in love with the farmhouse style. The rustic look, the calming neutral colors, and the way that it fits seamlessly into most homes is absolutely appealing. Combining the holiday vibe with farmhouse style is truly the perfect duo.
This holiday season, check out all the amazing farmhouse Christmas tree and farmhouse Christmas stocking options online. There are so many great stores that offer some truly amazing products!
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Are you ready to see this Farmhouse Christmas Decor On A Budget?
Merry Christmas Jute Burlap Banner
Talk about a beautiful burlap banner that will look perfect about your fireplace! It’s the perfect way to tie in farmhouse Christmas decor throughout the varying rooms of your home!
Christmas Burlap Mini Tree Skirt
Have you always wanted to have a farmhouse Christmas tree, but never knew quite how to make it happen? This adorable and festive burlap tree skirt will easily turn any regular Christmas tree into one that screams farmhouse.
Modern Farmhouse Stockings
Don’t let your mantel be bare this holiday season! Instead, spruce up the look with these cute modern farmhouse stockings. They are the perfect size to hold all of those holiday goodies. (Product linked is slightly different than the one shown in photo due to availability)
Christmas Trees Wood Sign
If you ask me, there are not many other holiday decorations that say farmhouse Christmas decor quite like this beautiful wooden sign portraying Christmas trees. Handmade and simple to hang, you’ll proudly display this all holiday season! (Product linked is slightly different than the one shown in photo due to availability)
Welcome Santa Farmhouse Christmas Decor Sign
Everyone loves the magic of Santa, right? With this beautifully crafted Santa sign, you can be certain that Santa definitely sees you when you’re sleeping…he knows when you’re awake…
White On White Flocked Christmas Tree
Dream no longer of a white Christmas because this beautiful farmhouse Christmas tree will make all your holiday dreams come true! From top to bottom, your white Christmas is literally covered with this festive Christmas tree.
Create a fun family tradition in your home with this simple, yet elegant advent calendar. You and your loved ones will have a blast counting down the days until Christmas arrives! (Product linked is slightly different than the one shown in photo due to availability)
Farmhouse Christmas Sign
How cute is this adorable little Christmas sign? If you are looking for the perfect farmhouse Christmas wooden sign, look no further than this simple beauty! (Product linked is slightly different than the one shown in photo due to availability)
Farm Fresh Christmas Trees Throw Pillow
Throw pillows are a great way to decorate for the seasons throughout your home. I love the cozy farmhouse style this cute throw pillow brings in! (Product linked is slightly different than the one shown in photo due to availability)
Choose one or choose them all but rest assured that any of this amazing farmhouse Christmas decor items will not only be perfect for your home but also easy on your budget.
Affordability is important when it comes to being able to decorate your home for the seasons. With these inexpensive finds, you’ll have no issues decorating your home perfect for the upcoming holiday season!
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How do I find instructions for making your homespun rag Christmas trees? Also, looking for directions for the burlap candy canes. Thanks
Hi Susan – here’s the link for the tutorial for the fabric Christmas trees: https://www.makingmanzanita.com/primitive-mini-christmas-trees-with-homespun-fabric/
I’m guessing for the “burlap candy canes” you mean the candy cane ornaments? If so, here’s the link for those: https://www.makingmanzanita.com/diy-homespun-fabric-christmas-ornament/
Thanks Chelsea! I found your tutorial video today and it’s JUST what I need to get the holiday spirit cranking this year. Wish me luck!