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Add some country Christmas ornaments to your tree this year with these 20 DIY ideas. If you love crafting for Christmas, this list is for you! Add some rustic farmhouse style to your tree with a few of these ornaments. Don’t want to make your own? Scroll to the bottom to find some great options on Amazon.
A plastic mason jar ornament will fit right in on your rustic tree!
Turn wood beads into a snowman for a fun decoration that the kids can even help with.
Mini mason jars? Yes please! Adding glitter is just a bonus!
I couldn’t do a round up of country Christmas ornaments without having a little burlap in the mix.
Rustic wood slices are another one of my favorite things to add to the tree.
These Santa ornaments can be made in just minutes!
Yes to all the plaid! I love adding it to my own tree.
Show your state pride with this cute ornament idea.
We have mason jars….how about some lids as well?
One of my favorite projects of all time. I hang these on my tree every single year.
Adding trees and snow to the inside of an ornament is super easy…and super cute!
If you are a Rae Dunn fan, you will want to make a set of these.
Marble those Christmas ornaments for something extra special.
Do you love vintage sheet music? Turn it into some country Christmas ornaments.
Add some rustic paint to those wood ornaments.
Another great idea for those mason jar lids!
These are some of my favorites of all time and so easy to make!
Just adorable….simply adorable.
Use those rustic wood turnings to make ornaments.
You can make your own faux stained glass with this technique.
Grab your supplies and get started on your own country Christmas ornaments today. You will love having your handiwork on the tree every holiday season.
So do you love these country Christmas ornaments but no time to DIY? Try these on Amazon instead!
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