Are you thinking about Christmas yet? I’m typically not one to decorate before Thanksgiving. This year, though, I started early, and I must admit, I’m kind of loving it!
Decorating for the holidays is so much fun, and it’s even sweeter if you can deck your home with homemade decor. There is just something so satisfying about making things with your own two hands.
Earlier this week, I shared a tutorial for how I made a large chalkboard for my kitchen. It has been such a hit, that I am making an even larger one to go upstairs for my kids!
Today, I’ve rounded up 20+ other DIY wood projects for you to browse. The difficulty level of most of these ranges from very easy to moderately involved. So, even if you don’t have any power tools or much time, you should be able to find something that you can put together for the coming season.
Wooden signs are totally trending right now. Personally, I love them, and the fact that they are relatively simple to make is a major bonus. Here are 8 fabulous holiday signs.
Framed Christmas Wood Sign from Creative Ramblings
Barnwood Christmas Sign from Timeless Creations
Wooden Nativity Sign from That Sweet Thea Life
Christmas Wood Sign from Delicious and DIY
Happy Holidays Wood Sign with Lights from Two Feet First
Christmas Countdown Letterboard from The Dotted Nest
Simple Wood Christmas Sign from Kenya Rae
Large Wooden Christmas Sign from Mom Envy
Who doesn’t love a great Christmas craft? I’ve rounded up a super fun variety of Christmas crafts from a child’s matching game to a peg people nativity.
Wooden Christmas Matching Game from Gross to Grandiose
Christmas Tree Craft from Girl, Just DIY
Christmas Wooden Gift Tags from Design Inside the Box
Wooden Pallet Sign Ornament from Renovating Mapleson Manor
Buffalo Check Christmas Tree from Just Measuring Up
Wooden Christmas Garland from Jessica Lehman Design
Christmas Ornament from Red Cottage Chronicles
Peg People Nativity Scene from Little Bits of Home
Boxes and Trays
Much like signs, wooden farmhouse boxes and trays are incredibly popular right now. The great thing about them both is that they are surprisingly easy to make and/or repurpose. Here are a couple of fantastic examples of each.
Easy Farmhouse Style Wood Box from Cribbs Style
Vintage Barnwood Box from Meegan Makes
Chalkboard Holiday Serving Tray from Zucchini Sisters
Quick and Easy Christmas Tray from Happily Ever After Etc.
The last 4 projects are a mix of larger projects. But fear not! Larger does not necessarily mean harder. Most of these are actually relatively simple to put together for yourself.
Large Chalkboard from Health, Home, and Heart
Mantle Wrap Wood Stocking Hanger from My Kitchen, My Craft
Wooden Reindeer from Gathered in the Kitchen
Christmas Tree Platform from 1905 Farmhouse
I hope you find something you love here. Happy Holidays!