I realize the Holidays can be hard for some folk, but we all love the farmhouse and country style; therefore, I made 5 different stick Christmas ornaments. Yes, you read that right, STICK! Using sticks from the backyard, I made 5 different ornaments you can use on your tree to create a farmhouse feel without breaking the bank! Of course, there is a quick video tutorial walking you through each DIY, which you can watch at the link below.
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Without further a due; let’s get a supply list!
- Hot glue gun (or super glue)
- Pine cone minis
- Any extras you want to embellish with
Firstly, these stick ornaments are so simple. This first one I made is a star, and all it took were four sticks to do this. I also added some thread and berries to it, just to give it a little extra something but it is optional. If you wanted to, you could also paint the sticks to make them colorful.
Secondly, I made this deer for yet another of the stick Christmas ornaments. Once again, I added some embellishments to him, just to make him pop. When creating the shape for these ornaments, map out how you want to place the sticks and then hot glue/super glue them down.
Thirdly, I made this snowflake. And yet again, I added some thread and ribbon to make it pop. This one was a little more difficult to put together. I had to snap those little pieces off at the end of the snowflake to give it the multi-dimensional look. I had a bit of greenery I also added to the center.
Fourthly, I made a little cross out for the next of the five stick Christmas ornaments. I actually did not glue this one, I wrapped thread around the middle and this held the cross together. Afterwards, I wrapped some garland around it to make it look Christmas theme.
And lastly, I made this little Christmas tree out of sticks. I used some red construction paper for the inside of the tree and matched it with the berries. After that, I added a little jute string bow and a pine cone.
I absolutely love these stick Christmas ornaments and I hope you do too! Don’t forget to check out the rest of the blog for more DIYs like this one. We are also on social media, you can follow us by clicking here for all of our platforms.
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