You can’t have a rustic Christmas without some sort of festive décor. The main attraction is the Christmas tree but if you don’t have one you can just decorate the rest of the house. As for the decorations, that’s up to you to figure out. Let’s take a look at a few ideas that might inspire you.

For example, this rustic Christmas scene would look lovely in the living room, complemented by a rustic bench and a green scarf. If you want to recreate the project, start with a bunch of JOY ornaments. You’ll need these in addition to some white or colored felt balls. You can cut them into segments and combine them like pieces of a puzzle.{found on livinglocurto}.

If you want to try something a bit more colorful, take a look at this project. You’ll need a jar, some ornaments, a hot glue gun, yellow and blue acrylic paint and craft paint. First decide on a design and pick one of the colors. Then paint the ornament with the blue paint and start wrapping yellow rubber bands all around.{found on bubbyandbean}.

The design featured on Emmstoolfreshingdiary is really cute and, as you can see, all you need is a bunch of felt balls in various different colors and patterns, glue, rubber bands and craft paint. First decide on a design and start wrapping the felt balls. They don’t have to be perfectly circles. They’re just loose ends. Then cut them into 1’’ squares and glue them onto the ornament.{found on fesstewart}.

If you’d rather try something different, then try this design. It’s a stylized Christmas tree ornament made out of jute twine, chunky wool and pipe cleaners. To make it, take a clear jar, fill it with water, put it in the lid and start wrapping the yarn around it.{found on howaboutorange}.