20+ DIY Farmhouse Christmas Ornaments
Making ornaments is one of my favorite Christmas projects to try. Get inspired with 20+ DIY farmhouse Christmas ornaments for your Christmas tree this year.
I can’t wait to dive in and show you these DIY farmhouse Christmas ornaments that have me totally into the Christmas season!
We are in full-blown Christmas mode here. We picked our tree, put on all the ornaments (and re-put them on every night after the kids rip some off), and pulled out dusty bins full of Christmas, glittery goodness.
Keeping the Christmas Spirit Alive
I’ve started doing Jesse tree ornaments with the kids each day, though as per usual, we are already a few days behind.
We will do our best to catch back up but part of me just wants to enjoy the Christmas season and be grateful for the time spent together!
We are opening a new Christmas book each night with a book advent and I’m doing ALL of the Christmas DIYs and crafts you can imagine.
While I only made one type of ornament this year, I’ve been drooling over some farmhouse Christmas ornaments I’ve seen on Pinterest.
(Did I mention I spend entirely too much time on Pinterest??)
List of DIY Farmhouse Christmas Ornaments
If you’re feeling crafty and looking for inspiration, I’ve rounded up a few of my favorite farmhouse-style ornaments.
DIY Farmhouse Style Christmas Ornaments
DIY Farmhouse Style Ornaments
These 5 different styles of DIY farmhouse Christmas ornaments are so easy to make! There are so many ways to update store-bought ornaments and give them farmhouse style with simple supplies, like paint.
Birth of Christ Christmas Ornament
An ornament that makes the most of the true meaning of Christmas.
Made using a blank wood ornament and printed Bible verse, this easy-to-make Christmas ornament is made to look vintage using Modge Podge.
Read more for the full tutorial and get the printable Bible verse to make your own.
DIY String Art Ornaments
String art is so fun to do and it's an easy way to make these cute farmhouse style Christmas ornaments.
All you need are some wood rectangles, nails, and thread in the color of your choice. I love these Christmas trees, but you make any Christmas item you wanted.
Read more for the full tutorial!
DIY Paper House Christmas Ornament
I love these paper house ornaments! You can cut them by hand or use your favorite cutting machine.
Small wooden houses are great, but tend to pull the branches down on a Christmas tree. This DIY Christmas ornament solves that problem!
Read more to learn how to make your own.
Plaid and Burlap Christmas Ornaments
Nothing says farmhouse at Christmas time like burlap and plaid.
These easy-to-make ornaments are made using styrofoam balls, plaid fabric, burlap, and jute.
Grab your hot glue gun and read more for the full tutorial.
Faux Wood Burned Christmas Tree Ornaments
No special tools or wood-burning techniques are required to make these DIY ornaments.
Believe it or not, you just need a Sharpie to create this faux wood-burned look for rustic farmhouse style Christmas ornaments that will look great on your tree.
Read more to learn how to make your own.
Jute String Mini Christmas Wreath Ornaments
Farmhouse style incorporates texture and natural elements. These cute Christmas tree ornaments are made using jute.
You can add some cute little felt flowers like these or any other detail you want to personalize them.
Read more for the tutorial to make your own.
DIY Painted Copper Leaf Christmas Ornaments
Are you going for Farmhouse glam this holiday season? Then these DIY ornaments are for you!
Copper leaf and the paint color of your choice are all you need to glam up those round plastic ornaments.
Hang them on your tree or display them in a cute frame on the mantle like this.
Mason Jar Chalkboard Lid Ornaments
Mason jars immediately make me think farmhouse, and these cute mason jar lid ornaments do the same.
You can write directly on them with chalk if you're good at that sort of thing or you could use a stamp and make it permanent.
Read more for the details to make these cute farmhouse style Christmas ornaments.
DIY Rustic Leather Tassel Ornaments
Carmel brown leather has a great rustic feel to it and as tassels it's perfect!
Easily make rustic tassel ornaments for your tree using brown leather cord. It's a simple project and will take you no time to make a set for your Christmas tree.
Read more to learn how to make your own rustic tassel Christmas ornament.
DIY Clay Ornaments
Here's a great clay ornament DIY you can do with your kiddos. They will love helping you make ornaments for the tree.
Oven baked and air dry clay are easy to work with and you can make the cutest Christmas ornaments.
Add your favorite Christmas phrase or even personalize them for a unique family ornament.
Grain Sack Star Christmas Ornaments
Grain sack cloth is a staple in farmhouse design and these cute little ornaments make a farmhouse Christmas tree complete.
Making them is as easy as cutting out your pattern and filling them with poly fiber fill. You could hand stitch them if you don't have a sewing machine.
Heart Christmas Tree Ornament
Ticking fabric is another farmhouse design staple and is great to use to make fabric ornaments.
I love the heart shape of this DIY farmhouse style Christmas ornament and you could use it on your tree or a wreath.
DIY Wooden Christmas Trees
These rustic Christmas trees make the perfect ornaments. You can whip up a set in no time.
Made from scrap wood, you can burn them like shown or you could paint or stain them. They will look great on your farmhouse Christmas tree.
Plaid DIY Christmas Ornament
Repurpose old ornaments into these cute farmhouse style Christmas ornaments. It's a great way to use what you have instead of buying new.
You can use any fabric, but I really love the rustic look of the plaid fabrics used.
Read more to find out how to make these for your Christmas tree.
Resin Pour Christmas Tree Ornament
These farmhouse style Christmas ornaments require a little bit more work to make, but will be totally worth it in the end!
The triangle cut into the wood slices makes a perfect tree and if you have wanted to try an epoxy resin project, this is a great beginner project!
Read more for the full tutorial to make your own.
Cedar Ring Ornaments
Cedar ring ornaments. How cute are these?! They are easy to make and you don't have to be an artist to hand paint them.
You'll only need a Dremel or a drill to make these so no fancy tools are required. They give off a wonderful cedar scent that you will love.
DIY Snowflake Christmas Decorations
Have you ever made salt dough ornaments? They are as easy as baking cookies!
Grab some snowflake cookie cutters and get baking. Once they're done and cooled you can paint them, add glitter or decorate them any way you want.
Read more for the full tutorial to make these cute farmhouse style Christmas ornaments.
Farmhouse Style Pinecone Christmas Ornaments
Pine cones look great on a Christmas tree, they give it a natural look. Add some beads and create your own farmhouse style Christmas ornament.
Hot glue and twine are all you need to put these together. Use as many beads as you want to make them.
Read more for the tutorial to make your own.
Hand Sewn Ornaments
Hand sewn ornaments are fun to make and you can personalize them any way you want.
Don't fret if you have no sewing skills, even a beginner can make these cute farmhouse style ornaments.
I love the stitching in red and the cute Santa. There are so many different things you do with these.
Read more for the full tutorial.
DIY Flannel Christmas Tree Ornaments
Upcycle that old flannel into cute farmhouse style Christmas ornaments.
You'll need a Cricut Maker for this ornament DIY project to cut your flannel, but you could cut the shapes out by hand if you don't have a Cricut.
Read more for the full tutorial to make these flannel Christmas tree ornaments.
Fabric Christmas Ornaments Made With Homespun Fabric
This one shows you how to make 4 different styles of fabric Christmas ornaments - all with homespun fabric. You can make one or, better yet, make them all!
How pretty are these ornaments?? I love them all, but, I especially love the grain sack star. It just screams farmhouse style to me and it’s so stinkin’ cute! Do you have a favorite one?
I hope your Christmas season has started peacefully and has been full of fun, cuddles, family time, and several viewings of Christmas Vacation. And Die Hard.
Wishing you a joyful day!
This post was originally published in December 2016 and was last updated in November 2022.
hey girl love the ornaments! So cool!
Thank you SO much Shawna!!
I was surprised to see another Shawnna spelled the same way as mine! I’ve only ever met one other.
What a beautiful round up Sarah, it is so hard to pick a favorite!
Thanks so much Sabrina!! I know, I love all the ornaments.
Amazing range of handmade ornaments!!! They are so much more unique than anything you can buy! Loving your blog!