7. Wooden Block Ornaments
Got scrap wood lying around? PERFECT. This project is quick and uses that pile of wood you’ve been hoarding over the years. Cut down to whatever size you want (this tutorial uses square dowel-sized pieces roughly 6 inches long) and then use paint and stenciling to add the saying of your choice. Sand a little to get that rustic feel and then hang and enjoy.
Visit DreamDesignDIY.com to see the full tutorial!
8. Stamped Burlap Ornaments
Can you even be considered rustic without the use of at least SOME burlap? These adorable stamped burlap ornaments make me think not! Foam balls are simple covered in burlap, then easily stamped using alphabet stamps to get that immediate farmhouse look that we all know and love. Again, wouldn’t these be a great gift?
Grab the template that easily fits over simple foam balls at BlissBloomBlog.com.
9. Twig Ornaments
One of the best things about the rustic look is all the use of natural elements, like twigs and wood slices. You don’t have to spend a lot of money when it comes to this style, because you can find the main supplies probably in your back yard! Grab sticks and twigs, rummage in your sewing box for unused buttons, and glue together in shapes like Christmas trees and stars. Voila!
Check out SimpleAsThatBlog.com for a few more idea on twig ornaments.
10. Wood Slice Ornament
Keep the natural elements coming with wood slice ornaments! They can be bought at a craft store, or your handy dandy spouse can surely cut you a few when he’s out back doing the tree trimming. You can make your wood slice ornaments as simple or ornate as you want. Paint in chalkboard paint, then add a saying in chalk. Try your hand at wood burning, add a vinyl sticker, or just write a beautiful message by hand. You can’t go wrong wit this simple, yet rustic ornament!
BecomingMartha.com shows you how easy it is to make a wood slice ornament for yourself!
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