When it comes to her Christmas décor style, Ree Drummond is all about one-of-a-kind, meaningful items. “Ornaments should never be purchased in bundles,” she says. “The ones on my tree are a mix of crafted childhood ornaments and sweet, sentimental ornaments we’ve been gifted through the years. Some of them are dented, some are chipped and some are definitely broken, but I’m a sucker for a tree that isn’t too sparkly and shiny.”
Whether you live in the suburbs or a city apartment that’s as far from a picturesque cabin in the woods as you can get, you can still transform your surroundings into a rustic wonderland for the holidays. The keyword to keep in mind as you gather handmade rustic Christmas décor ideas is “cosy.”
You’ll want to create an atmosphere that invites you to curl up in a blanket and enjoy all the beautiful DIY Christmas decorations you made yourself. Think: mini trees draped in plaid fabric, sweet signs made from vintage-worn wood, and gathered pine cones, winter greens, and branches. Even your ornaments will carry rustic flair.
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