Every year I decorate the inside of my house with different holiday themes such as Candyland, Sci-Fi, and Snowflakes. Usually I just recycle through those themes but this year, I’m going with something totally different…Rustic Woodland! It’ll be an old-fashioned look with tons of natural wood, warm flannel, and adorable woodland creatures. Of course, I’m going to need some new Mini Rustic Christmas Trees for my mantel, right? Thank you to Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day® for sponsoring and inspiring this tutorial!
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Mini Rustic Christmas Trees
- Birch Discs (assorted sizes)
- Dowel Rod
- Wood Cubes
- Wood Glue
Making these Mini Rustic Christmas Trees is super easy! Just drill a hole the size of your dowel rod through each of the disks and wood block (I didn’t go all the way through the smallest disc and wood block.) and secure in place with a bit of wood glue. Could it be any easier?!
Bring On The Season
It’s tough year for my family and I can’t help but think that I’m decorating the house in warm, comfortable items because of it. There’s just something about natural wood and flannel that makes me want to curl up on a couch and watch those vintage Christmas cartoons with the kids. These sweet little Rustic Christmas Trees and tin houses are going to be the perfect addition!
How are the holiday decorating plans going for you all? I hope you find some moments of crafting bliss in these next few hectic weeks! And if not…there’s always eggnog!
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of the Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day®