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I've gathered a few of my favorite vintage farmhouse Christmas decor gathered up to share with you.Hey Hey Hey! The holidays are in full swing and I’m waaaay behind on decorating. I have all my Christmas bins open in the basement but am not really feeling what I’ve got. Since we moved into our new house I have been very reserved with decorating because I know I want a vintage farmhouse look, but I don’t really have anything to make that happen yet. Not to mention, we’re still house poor… 😩 Ah well… That gives me plenty of time to window shop for things I really like and want to include in my home and lately, I’ve been on a mission to find new Christmas decor that’ll keep with the farmhouse feel I am going for. Here are a few of my favorites gathered up to share with you.

 

When I saw these galvanized buckets I instantly pictured them in my home. I’d love these sitting right next to my fireplace (ooooo maybe my entryway even) decorated just how they are here. I have beautiful birch trees in the woods behind my house and I would love to bring that beauty into my home somehow.

AuldHome Christmas Galvanized Greenery Buckets (Set of 3):

 

 

I have seen so many nativity scenes over the years and have always loved what they symbolize. Unfortunately I don’t have a spot in my house to display one, but I love the simplicity of this one and would hang it on my wall in a heartbeat.

Nativity Scene Farmhouse Christmas Decor Wood Sign:

 

 

This shiplap sign would add the perfect farmhouse feel to your home this Christmas. Each sign is handmade and completely unique. We used to get real trees every year but switched to a fake one last year and part of me misses it. Not the mess, mind you, but the smell of it. This sign reminds me of going hunting for the perfect tree with my hubby and paired with some pine scented yankee candles, it could almost feel like the real thing. Almost 😉

Christmas Trees Shiplap Wood Sign | Rustic Home Decor Wooden Wall Art:

 

 

I am not fond of tree stands and the tree skirt that I have now doesn’t cover ours very well. I’d love to display our tree in this tree collar. Not having to fuss with the skirt anymore would make life so much easier, especially when vacuuming. 😉

AuldHome Galvanized Metal Christmas Tree Collar, 30-Inch Diameter Base:

 

 

If you are a tree skirt kinda gal, then this one might be right up your alley. I love the combo of the plaid and burlap and the rustic feel it gives.

OurWarm Linen Burlap Christmas Tree Skirt Red Black Plaid:

 

 

Okay, so this one isn’t really a “Christmas decor” piece, but it is totally farmhouse and you can use it year round. It can totally be done up in a Christmas theme for the holidays.

Deco 79 3-Tier Wood Tray, 25 by 15-Inch:

 

 

I am loving these pillow covers for sure. Swapping a few of these out for the “everyday” throw pillows will add just enough Christmas to your living room without it being over powering. There were so many cute ones to choose from, it’s so hard to decide on just one.

20×20 Christmas Throw Pillow Covers:

 



 

Steven.Smith 4 Pack Rustic Red Christmas Throw Pillow Case:

Anickal Set of 2 Farmhouse Decorative Throw Pillow Covers Beige and White:

 

 

I am always cold. Like always. 75 degree weather? I’m still wearing a jacket most of the time. I love snuggling up on the couch with a blanket and a good book and would love to swap this one out with the season.

Bedsure Christmas Blanket Decoration Snowflake Throw Blanket:

 

 

You can’t really shop for Christmas decor without shopping for ornaments too! I love love love Rae Dunn; most of my dishes are his design. I think the look just screams farmhouse, don’t you?

Set of 4 Modern Farmhouse Rustic Rae Dunn Inspired Christmas Ornaments with “FAITH”, “HOPE”, “GRACE”, “BELIEVE”:

 

 

Seeing these reminded me of the project I never ended up doing with the bits of tree stump cut off of the bases of the real trees we used to get. While they won’t be from those trees (obviously), I can still pretend, right? 😉

SAM + OLLIE FURNISHINGS Rustic Christmas Ornaments with Thankful, Grateful & Blessed (Set of 3):

 

 

You have to decorate your mantel for the holidays, right?! I always hang stockings on mine, but adding this Merry Christmas banner would definitely help complete the look.

NUOLUX Merry Christmas Jute Burlap Banners,Christmas Banner,Christmas Decoration:

 

 

Ever since I started looking into “farmhouse decor” I have seen this style wreath; mostly smaller versions hung up above the stove on the cabinets. You could use this as a piece of year round decor and hang it using a red ribbon for the holidays.

Nahuaa Boxwood Wreath for Front Door Decor, 17″:

 



 

I've gathered a few of my favorite vintage farmhouse Christmas decor gathered up to share with you.

I've gathered a few of my favorite vintage farmhouse Christmas decor gathered up to share with you.

 I've gathered a few of my favorite vintage farmhouse Christmas decor gathered up to share with you.

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