Whether you’re looking to add Farmhouse to your glam or a touch of glam to your Farmhouse, get ready to be inspired.
We mixed the rustic charm of the country with Hollywood glamour to create an easy DIY Farmhouse Glam Christmas for your living room, bedroom, and every other room of your home.
You’ll find a collection of picture perfect Christmas décor ideas for anyone wanting the best of both worlds.
These ideas will work for either an apartment or home and any budget. We also included DIY ornament Christmas tree ideas.
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1. USE DOLLAR STORE WOOD BEADS
This craft is ridiculously easy to make you’ll just need the following:
- Heavy Wire
- 60, 20 mm Wood Beads
- Hot Glue or E6000 Glue
- 15″ paper mache or styrofoam cone
- Metal Star from Hobby Lobby (for top)
2. DECORATIVE TRAYS
Decorative trays are super easy to make with a box or wood slice.
Just fill with pinecones, candles, Christmas ornaments, or even dollar store items.
These are beautiful for both round and square coffee tables, kitchen, or mantle.
Upcycle vintage items for a super rustic look.
This Christmas decor idea works well for tiered trays too!
Add dried fruit, cinnamon spices, and real pine for scent.
Some ribbon tied around the edge adds an elegant touch.
3. SPARKLY IDEAS
Brush mod podge on vintage Christmas bulbs and dip in glitter. Store in an apothecary jar or vintage bowl for your table or mantle.
You can also wrap the ends in twine or rope to hang on the Christmas tree or make into garland.
The above glitter bulb ornaments would look amazing hanging from glitter branches you can make like the one above!
Collect some outdoor branches, spray or brush them with adhesive or Mod Podge and coat with glitter for the ultimate Farmhouse Glam branches that’ll transform your home.
Put the branches in a vase, spray them with gold or silver, you can even hang ornaments or your glitter bulbs from them, or string them with lights.
Your home or party will feel like a winter wonderland!
For the most amazing easy DIY Christmas ornaments to fill up your sparkle branches visit our post!
Make cones out of dollar store cardstock and roll them in glue and glitter.
This is another Farmhouse glam mantle idea that will transform your home but costs nothing. Wedding worthy.
4. JARS FILLED WITH A “SNOWY SCENE”
Fill your apothecary jars with sugar or white sand and a Christmas scene of your choice or just use them to store pinecones and ornaments.
You can also use gingerbread houses or cookies for elegant Country Christmas Kitchen decor.
See how cute these Christmas jars look on a kitchen island?
Make Diy waterless snow globes with mason jars that kids can shake!
5. DIY VOTIVES AND CANDLESTICKS
Capture a single pinecone in an upside down dollar store champagne flute for a romantic farmhouse glam votive that’ll cost you nothing.
Make beautiful lanterns from dollar store picture frames and glue. Use them to fill with all things Christmas or your favorite candles.
Paint wine glasses and add buffalo check ribbon for elegant diy farmhouse Christmas votives.
Christmas tree clippings on a cake stand, platter, or in a vase with a few pinecones and a candle is Christmas décor magic for your table or mantle. Add fairy lights for elegance.
Easily turn wine glasses into Farmhouse votives for your mantle, table, or even bathroom.
Use ribbon and wrap the stem in twine or rope for an extra farmhouse glam look.
6. RED, PRINTS, AND WHITE FLOCKED TREES
Adding bold reds, printed accent pillows, and accessories will instantly transform any room into Farmhouse for Christmas.
Flocked trees, wreaths, and garlands make the red and patterns really pop in a Farmhouse Christmas room.
Adding lights can instantly turn your bedroom into a country Christmas dream.
This can also work in a living room, bathroom, kitchen, or porch.
Red berries are just enough to make birch logs rustic and festive next to your fireplace.
Add some ribbon or twine to hold together a log pile.
You can also skip the red and just flock the trees for more neutral colorschemes.
7. WREATHS & GARLANDS
Add a wreath to your mirror or, if you don’t have a mirror, place an old window or frame on the wall above your fireplace or mantle and add a wreath.
Finish the look off by adding lights, garland, pinecones, and candles. This versatile look could work in an apartment or home.
Wreaths don’t have to be traditional to be rustic. This simple idea uses pinecones and twine.
The super popular (and super easy) Diy Christmas wreath above is made with mason jar lids and dollar store Christmas ornaments!
Above is another super popular yet simple Diy idea using twigs, Christmas ornaments, and twine.
Create the perfect farmhouse Christmas kitchen by adding wreaths and bold color ribbon to the backs of chairs and your kitchen cabinets.
Experiment with different colors and vintage Farmhouse pictures and accessories on the kitchen backsplash and counters.
The addition of wreaths to kitchen cupboards instantly gives a cozy country feel.
Don’t forget the staircase! This is Farmhouse glam done right.
The silver letters add the perfect touch of glam to the rustic pinecone decorated wreath. You can purchase those letters or make them out of dollar store board and foil or paint.
Add wreaths to your windows with ribbon.
Use linen to make easy Farmhouse Glam Christmas garland for your mantle. The results are the perfect mix of girly glam and rustic Farmhouse.
You can make this in many different colors for Thanksgiving, Christmas, Birthdays, Weddings, and anniversaries and you can use burlap instead. Brush the edges with glitter or paint or use red burlap for a pop of color.
8. PALLET WOOD
These pallet wood trees can be used on your front porch or your living room and bedroom.
Pallet wood is free and screams Farmhouse. Cut it into different shapes, make signs out of it, the possibilities are endless.
9. MILK JUG (CAN) CHRISTMAS DECOR
Milk jugs (or milk cans) just like grandpa’s are so quintessential farmhouse, and they make amazing rustic Christmas decorations for the porch or living room.
Use milk pitchers too for a smaller display that’s good for coffee tables.
We hope these Farmhouse Christmas decorations help you create the Christmas of your dreams. Please keep in mind this list is a work in progress. We add more ideas all of the time, so keep checking back!
We hope you have a very Merry Christmas!