Best Farmhouse Christmas Ornaments

July 22, 2022 8 min read

The popularity of farmhouse-style interior design shows no signs of abating, despite widespread expectations to the contrary. It was already a great fit with the current style, which is called vintage, before the farmhouse style became popular. 

These ornaments are ideal for farmhouse Christmas ornaments, which is one of my favorite decorating styles, and you will love how they incorporate black and white in unexpected ways. 

Are you tired of the country look? The color scheme of your choice can be easily incorporated into the design of these ornaments. Simply replace the gingham ribbon with another type that is more in keeping with your aesthetic.

1. DIY Mason Jar Lid Ornament

According to the blogger Barb, nothing says "farmhouse" quite like Mason jars, and we couldn't agree more with her assessment.

2. Rustic Flannel Star Ornament

Do you have an old flannel shirt in your closet that you never wear? The charming DIY project that you're working on will be one step closer to completion once you've done that.

3. Yarn Bird Ornament

To transform an old Christmas ornament into a cute bird covered in yarn, all you need is some glue, cardboard, felt, and yarn.

4. Chalkboard Wood-Slice Ornaments

You don't need to look any further if you're pressed for time but still want to decorate your tree for the holidays.

5. Pompom Ornament

An old ornament can be transformed into a charming new one by simply gluing white pom poms onto it and hanging it on the tree.

6. 3D Deer Head Ornament

Rest assured that during the process of creating this rustic craft, no deer were harmed in any way.

7. Rustic Leather Tassel Ornaments

We think Joanna Gaines would give her stamp of approval to these adorable tassel ornaments that you can make yourself and hang on your Christmas tree.

8. Twine Ball Ornament

This craft takes a little bit more time to make, but if you enjoy making crafts, you probably don't consider that time wasted anyway, do you?

9. DIY Burlap Ornaments

You can make this do-it-yourself project a breeze by downloading the free templates offered by this blogger.

10. Twine-Wrapped Candy Canes

It's possible that candy canes are the official Christmas candy, but if you wrap them in twine, they can also serve as adorable ornaments for your farmhouse.

11. Primitive Scrap Fabric Tree Ornaments

This is just the cutest thing ever. Fabric scraps and cinnamon sticks are used to make this item. So, so cute.

12. Diy // Cinnamon Stick Himmeli

If you enjoy the aroma of cinnamon around the holiday season, you are going to really appreciate how this one kicks it up a few notches! In addition, if your Christmas decorations are more simple and Scandinavian in style, this will be an excellent addition to them.

13. Cinnamon Ornaments

And if you want another ornament craft with that amazing cinnamon smell, this is a lovely ornament that is just a little bit simpler than the one that was discussed earlier.

14. Dollar Tree Farmhouse Christmas Ornaments

These ornaments are incredible, and I'm a big fan of repurposing items from the Dollar Tree to make trendy home decor. Prepared to be made with supplies from Dollar Tree.

15. Diy Mini Jute String Wreath Ornaments

These days, jute string is all the rage, and I just adore how it looks in this miniature wreath. And take a look at those decorative touches. Every bit of your heart and eyes.

16. Rustic Jute String Christmas Ornament

Jute string was used to make yet another beautiful ornament. Jute is a material that will never look out of place in a rural or rustic setting.

17. Diy Rustic Clay Tags

Since last year, approximately, I have been completely smitten with these. In addition to using them as ornaments, I can think of so many other uses for these tasty treats. Love, love, love.

18. Stamped Burlap Ornaments

These are yet another one of my most favored things! You have the option of purchasing the ornaments already wrapped in burlap and simply stamping them, or you can do it yourself. Absolutely delightful in any case.

19. Hand-Stitched Tree Ornaments

Crafts that use embroidery hoops are also very popular these days; the Charlie Brown tree that is embroidered on this ornament is adorable. Precious.

20. Embroidery Hoop Faux Concrete Christmas Tree Ornaments

Another take on the classic embroidery hoop ornament, this time reimagined with faux concrete (concrete projects are having a major moment right now, so this is ideal if you're going in that direction!). Here's how to make it.

21. Diy Fabric Christmas Ornaments

The ornament is a straightforward sewing project, but if you want a quick and easy shortcut, you can use fabric glue instead of thread.

22. Free Printable Chalkboard Ornaments

I am a huge fan of printables and also make my own, so the idea of turning one of them into an ornament is FABULOUS to me! Using printables as ornaments paves the way for a wide variety of creative opportunities. This DIY project includes a downloadable template that is free to use.

23. 3 Diy Rustic + Farmhouse Ornaments

I really like how these rustic ornaments have a touch of a bohemian style. Even if you don't display them on your tree, they'd look incredible anywhere else in the house.

24. Diy Wood Christmas Ornaments

These wood ornaments, which are made with wood slices and yarn, have that natural and primitive feel to them, which may appeal to those who like a more rustic appearance. In the same vein as a traditional Christmas celebration.

25. Rustic Wood Slice Ornaments

I adore this unique take on the traditional wood slice ornament! A wood slice can be attached to a tree or used as a decorative element in a wide variety of ways (think: garland). Do yourself a favor and head on over to Hobby Lobby to pick up a few bags (or at a Christmas tree farm - they often give away the bottoms after they trim the trees). They won't be thrown away in vain!

26. Nature Inspired Christmas Tree Decorations

Take a look at these adorable creatures found in nature! You just need some pine cones, acorns, and walnuts, as well as a little bit of paint, and you're good to go! I am all for mostly cost-free ornamentation!

27. Ornaments From The Garden - Mini Gourds

Why not give this ornament made from a miniature gourd a shot if you're looking for another way to decorate with items found in nature? So, so cute.

28. Easy Beach Christmas Ornament

Bringing a touch of the beach to one's Christmas decorations is a delightful twist that will catch people by surprise. Anything goes when it comes to ornaments. Therefore, if you're someone who thrives in the warm weather, this is the perfect item for you.

29. Farmhouse Shiplap Style Ornament

Who doesn't have a soft spot for shiplap? You could use something like this as an ornament, and of course, you could write anything you like on it. The reference to shiplap will not be overlooked.

30. Paper Pinecone Ornaments

Are you serious and saying that these are made out of paper? They are so cute and adorable! Give this a shot if you enjoy items with a natural aesthetic but don't always enjoy bringing the outdoors inside with you.

31. Origami Waterbomb Ornament

Since we are already dealing with paper, why don't we try making some origami waterbombs? They are so adorable; all you have to do is thread a hook or string through them.

32. Stamped Salt Dough Ornaments

Projects using salt dough have been around for a while, but I absolutely adore this twist on the tradition. This ornament is taken to an entirely new level by the lovely stamp that is featured on it. Just gorgeous.

33. Applesauce Cinnamon Ornaments

Applesauce and cinnamon are all you need for this recipe. And if you want, a few other spices as well! Sooo easy! Very comparable to the use of salt dough. The previous year, my sons and I made these, and they have a wonderful aroma. Try your hand at this one!

34. Diy Paint Pour Ornaments

Do you agree that these are absolutely stunning? You have complete leeway to personalize it with the colors and patterns of your choice.

35. Wooden Bead Star Christmas Ornaments

Making this adorable craft out of beads is going to be a lot of fun! friendly to children, and I really like how these stars have a Nordic aesthetic.

36. Vintage Wooden Thread Spool Ornament

These wooden spool ornaments will be right up your alley if you're into retro furnishings and accessories. This could not possibly be any more reminiscent of days gone by!

37. Homemade Decoupage Christmas Ornaments

Oh, decoupage. What a wonderful gift this is for the world of crafting! When it comes to decoupage, the possibilities are endless. To each their own.

38. Diy Book Page Ornament

This ornament definitely exudes an air of antiquity all on its own. I enjoy making crafts out of book pages, and this one does not disappoint in that regard.

39. Map Christmas Ornament

If turning the pages of a book isn't your thing, how about staring at a map instead? If your family loves to travel, you should definitely consider doing something like this!

40. Diy Christmas Mason Jar Lid Scrabble Ornaments

Jars made of mason glass and tiles for scrabble! Is there any way it could possibly get any more rustic than this?! I simply adore it. You also have the option of making them into adorable personalized gifts! 

41. Macrame Wreath Ornament

These days, macrame is experiencing a significant renaissance in popularity. This adorable wreath is just what you need to give your tree a dash of fun and a touch of bohemian style.

42. Modern Snowflake Diy Christmas Ornaments

This ornament is super cute and contemporary, and it even has a little bling on it! I absolutely adore how feminine and girly it is.

43. Wood Shim Christmas Ornament

When it comes to embellishments, you are free to use any and all kinds of materials. This one is made out of thin pieces of wood! I can assure you that there is a place for you even if you are a bit of a hoarder and enjoy finding new uses for old things.

44. Reverse Canvas Ornament

I am OBSESSED with projects that use reverse canvas. When you require a frame, that is such a clever hack to implement. This would work wonderfully as an ornament, and a free svg file is included. (I've completed projects that are very similar to yours using printables and cardstock, in case you don't have access to a Silhouette or a Cricut.)

45. Charming Vintage Christmas Decorations

These have such a magical appearance, don't they? I adore the pine cones that are contained within. Made from photo ornaments that are crystal clear. Genius!

46. Handmade Felt Christmas Ornaments

Oh, look at this other one that I absolutely adore! I really like how simple this appears to be, and the fact that they are handcrafted only adds to their endearing quality. To say it another way: perfection.

47. Felt Christmas Tree Ornament

This is just too adorable! If you're looking for yet another felt DIY project, here's one that's not only simple but also super cute!

48. Cute Sweater Upcycled Christmas Ornaments

If you know me, you already know that I enjoy giving old things new life. These are such a lot of fun! Putting those worn-out sweaters to good use!

49. Simple Rustic Clothespin Christmas Ornaments

Clothespins with stains fashioned into stars. I am absolutely blown away by the ingenuity of these crafts, as well as their apparent ease of execution. It is both inexpensive and lovely. Just my style.

50. Button Snowman Ornament

So mini but so cute! In addition to being very simple to assemble. Best - no gluing or sewing! Yay!

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