Thrifty Farmhouse Sign Ornaments

Leftover wood pieces become charming farmhouse signs to hang on your tree!

Friends, welcome back! Today is the monthly Thrifty Style Team post, where each member of the team shares something thrifty and inspiring with you! There is so much talent in this group, it's fun to see what everyone comes up with each month!

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I have been sharing a ton of DIY Christmas tree ornaments this year! If you missed any, there was my Rae-Dunn inspired ornaments, my marbled metallic ornaments, my faux shiplap ornaments made with something I found at the dollar store! and even a $3 farmhouse tree topper! All of these ornaments were handmade this year to adorn my farmhouse-themed Christmas tree!

But wait! I have one more ornament to share with you. Do you remember the gorgeous reclaimed wood walls we added in our sunroom recently? Well, I had a few pieces of the wood leftover and as a thrifty crafter and do-it-yourself, you better believe that I used up all the leftovers!

A few of the wood pieces were used to update a sign I had made previously but had grown tired of. See that sign hanging above the sofa? That's the one! I am in love with this sign and its message!

But I still had a few small pieces of Timberchic wood left over and so I made some mini Christmas signs for my farmhouse tree.

Leftovers = budget-friendly and that's always a good thing!

Here's how I made these miniature farmhouse-style signs. I believe you could do something similar with leftover wood flooring!


So here is what I started with. Various lengths of leftover peel-and-stick wood. I used a chop saw to cut pieces down to the same size.

This wood has sticky backs, so I joined two pieces of wood together so that it would look more finished with a solid front and back.

It was as simple as peeling and sticking the wood pieces together. If you were using wood flooring pieces, you could use wood glue to attach them.

Next, I painted the mini signs with white chalky paint so they'd all be uniform. Then I created vinyl Christmas sayings using my Silhouette machine and red and black craft vinyl.

Centering the vinyl  on the wood bases was super easy with transfer tape and Silhouette's scraper tool. 

To cover the raw edges where the two pieces of wood meet, I simply hot glued gingham ribbon around all 4 sides.

And finished it off with a bow. I like how tidy they look!

These mini wood ornaments look great on my farmhouse Christmas tree along with all the other handmade and farmhouse-style ornaments!

I love an easy personalized project...when it's thrifty to boot, that is a bonus!

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Here's what my Thrifty Style Team fellow bloggers are sharing this month:

Not everyone is a crafter so I've found some thrifty items that are sure to make someone very happy, especially if they love to decorate with farmhouse style! Click on the pictures below to go right to the source! You can also check out the Ultimate Home Decor gift guide for more ideas to suit everyone on your list!



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  1. Love 'em and pinned 'em. I still have a few signs to make as gifts this year, who says they have to be great big signs right? I could whip some of these up in an afternoon and I bet I even have ribbon!

  2. Aw, thank you sweet friend! Merry Christmas!

  3. Great idea Cindy! Love these and the ribbon you used is the perfect finishing touch. Happy Holidays! :)

  4. Great Idea! So cute!


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