It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Let’s dress up our homes for the holidays with “Christmas Tree Decorations for the Farmhouse”!
This tree, from lilbooblue.com, has so much farmhouse flair! I just LOVE the galvanized tags with ribbon! Aren’t the unfinished wood discs cute? And the wood-bead garland?
Since the author designed this tree for the “Dream Tree Challenge” for Michaels, most of her supplies were purchased from there as well. However, I would suffice to say that many of these ornaments could be made from what you have around the farm and in your sewing box!
Either way you go about it, this tree is wonderful!
I love the simplicity and elegance of this simple tree, wrapped in an old feed bag! Personally, this would be perfect for me!
Wilshire Collections decorates a wonderful tree with copious amounts of ribbon, but also lots of zero-waste items! Small wrapped gifts, tiny baskets and tin decorations are on this gorgeous tree, with twine and lights.
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How simple is this? Yet, it’s so cool! Perfect for the front porch!
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I love this tree because of all of the natural elements on it! Twine balls, pinecones, cotton-ball garland, burlap ribbon and a twig star on top! This tree could be totally hand-made!
Another farmhouse Christmas tree idea is to go with little toys as ornaments.
This adorable tabletop tree is so eclectic! But it all comes together so beautifully! Lots of tiny stone ornaments, beaded garland and wooden ornaments! Super cute!
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I’m just really digging Buffalo plaid this year! Can’t seem to get enough of it! Coupled with burlap ribbon, it looks very festive!
Natural elements make wonderful Christmas tree decorations! Beautiful pinecones, twine balls and burlap ribbon make this another farmhouse Christmas tree idea favorite!
Lilbooblue.com does it again with this really awesome farmhouse tree! There’s everything from cows to tractors to chickens on this tree! Check out the feed buckets, too! So much fun!
I hope you’ve been inspired from these trees and got some fresh ideas for your farmhouse Christmas tree this year!