If you love the rustic look, why not try incorporating it into your Christmas decorations? The following DIY ideas will show you just how easily you can incorporate rustic décor into Christmas.
This rustic paper craft Christmas tree is adorable, and it’s even a craft you could involve the kids in making.
The rustic charm of this burlap wreath goes perfectly with the rustic shelf and red berries. Sweet and Saving Grace blog shows you how to make this Plaid & Burlap wreath.
You don’t even have to have a fireplace to hang these rustic stockings from. Yellow Bliss Road ups their charm by hanging them from an upright piano!
Even though it is rustic, this might be one of the cutest DIY Advent Calendars ever. The DIY Dreamer shares an easy tutorial.
Turn an old crate into a gorgeous, yet rustic planter box for a live Christmas tree. Then use it to dress up your front porch for the holidays.
Visit 100 Things 2 Do for the instructions to make these awesome rustic wooden stars for your Christmas tree.
Another rustic DIY for the Christmas tree is this lovely burlap Christmas tree skirt. The best part is, it’s no-sew!
These painted wooden blocks are an easy afternoon craft. You just need a stencil and paint to pull them together.
Pallet wood Christmas trees are a rustic addition to your home Christmas décor. Use them inside or out for a farmhouse touch.
These wood candle holders provide the perfect rustic touch for your Christmas décor.
Give a holiday wreath the perfect rustic touch by mounting it on this wooden board. Could it be any more perfect?
Here’s another unique and beautiful way to add a rustic touch to your Christmas décor. Jenna Burger shows you how to use a log as the centerpiece of your table or mantel.
This rustic reclaimed wood Christmas tree is quite simply the perfect thing for your farmhouse or cabin décor. What an inviting touch it adds to your front entrance!
Since burlap and rustic go hand-in-hand, these burlap stockings are just what you need for your rustic Christmas Eve.
Have you ever thought of utilizing pine cones to make a rustic Christmas wreath? Here is where you can find out how.
Rustic Candy Cane ornaments are easy to make and look just right on a rustic Christmas tree.
Glittery twine ornaments are not only rustic, they are also a fun craft for the family to do together. You’ll find instructions at The Thinking Closet.
This Burlap and Sparkle tree from Hello Life is simply beautiful! You can make the Marquee-style rustic star on top for your own tree. Here are the instructions.
Here is a beautifully rustic centerpiece for your holiday table.
Yet another use for burlap: this Lighted Burlap Garland from Create Craft Love. The perfect rustic addition to your banister, mantel or tree.