Rustic christmas decorations have to be my favourite type of decor. There is so much beauty to be had in nature and rustic decorations are the perfect option for low key sophistication. The best part about rustic decorations is that there are many DIY decor ideas that can be made from items found while out and about. This not only brings part of the great outdoors inside, but saves money when decorating for Christmas. The following are my top ten of easy DIY rustic christmas decorations that can easily be replicated in any home.
Diana Maintyre has got the rustic look down to a tee, from the gorgeous stocking tags to the sign aove the fireplace. The bell garland just adds that little bit of subtle shine.
Driftwood christmas tree
The following Christmas tree has been made with driftwood, although it could easily be exchanged for straight sticks, arranged from longest to shortest and tied together with invisible twine, topped with a star topper. This makes the perfect wall decoration for natural look.
Transform any vase or candle holder with greenery. Simply use spray glue to affix the greenery on to the vessel to make a stunning natural centre piece.
The following twine ball makes beautiful tree decorations. Who would have throught a roll of twine and some PVA gets such beautiful results. Use them for tree decorations or why not create a sting with fairy lights for a feature wall.
Dried orange garlands are definitely on trend this year, so easy to make and look so effective. Simply cut and oven dry and them you can add them to any of your existing house decor.
A rattan bow with some greenery makes a super topper for this lantern.
This pebble art christmas tree decoration is perfect for the pet lover, such a cute idea.
My glam island home has turned low cost bottle brushes from hobby lobby in to this stunning Christmas centrepiece.
So many people are simplifying their tree this year, with the selection of a branch decorated with stylish co-ordinating decor.
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