YOU CAN MAKE THIS COLLECTION OF FIVE WOODEN CRAFTS WITHOUT ANY SPECIAL WOODWORKING TOOLS. THESE FUN PROJECTS ARE INEXPENSIVE AND CAN ADD A FUN PERSONAL TOUCH TO YOUR OWN CHRISTMAS DECOR.
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Depending on your own Christmas holiday decor style, you may really like rustic and wood elements. The only thing about loving wood elements is most of us aren’t master wood workers with a ton of tools. Lucky for you, I’ve had a couple friends post some really fun projects that have elements of wood but you don’t have to have any heavy tools or even do a lot of math! SCORE! First up is Anam from Delicious and DIY. This cute sign has a really cool marble element that I just love and the greenery in the hanger is my favorite touch!If you’re anything like me, your wrapping looks nothing like Lidia’s, but those personalized gift tags! She used precut leaves and painted them and voila! I love the look of these.A little bit of chalk paste and a stencil and you can have a DIY tray of your own just like Betsy’s! I love this idea because it can not only be decor, but functional too.This next project has a very special place in my heart because I made a peg doll nativity scene with my daughter last year and it was so much fun. Every day, she would open the doll, the materials, and we would read the passage of scripture that talked about who the people were. She then got to help me make them and we displayed them as decor. Clearly my artistic limitations might prevent me from doing one as beautiful as Samantha’s, but nonetheless, I love the idea of making your own nativity as opposed to buying one.If you’re short on space or just not wanting to spring for the entire 3D nativity thing, you could do a nativity sign just like this one that Thea did and it can double as a piece of art.Hopefully this got some of your creative juices flowing and you either use these as inspiration or come up with something on your own entirely! I’d love to see how you guys use any of these projects to inspire your own Christmas decor!