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Rustic Christmas Scrap Wood Projects

There is some­thing so incred­i­bly fun about cre­at­ing with scraps. It can be the ulti­mate chal­lenge for your cre­ative side and it’s a great way to use your resources; espe­cial­ly after a home reno or project build. These rus­tic scrap wood Christ­mas projects are the per­fect exam­ples of the amaz­ing pieces you can cre­ate with wood that oth­er­wise may be head­ed to the trash. 

There are so many amaz­ing projects ideas out there and I cre­at­ed the THE WOODSHOP to help get wood into peo­ples hands that may not oth­er­wise have the tools or the wood pile to use for projects just like these!

Christmas scrap wood projects

Don’t need the wood, but want to expand your wood working skills?

We have that cov­ered too! Just hop on the wait­list for when we open the doors to our pri­vate com­mu­ni­ty called THE WOODSHOP!

What can I make with the November Scrap Wood Box?

1. Stamped Ornaments

This months box was a “Rus­tic Christ­mas” theme. 

When plan­ning for this box began, I knew imme­di­ate­ly that I would want to include some type of reclaimed orna­ment. These scrap pieces of trim were my inspi­ra­tion. I love the sim­plic­i­ty and noth­ing is more rus­tic than reclaimed wood, am I right

A lit­tle paint and stamp­ing and you’re all set.

2. Wood Block Presents 

Wood block presents are one of my favorite Christ­mas projects to make and these reclaimed pieces were the per­fect fit for this “Rus­tic Christ­mas” Scrap Wood Project Box They are chunky and oh so adorable. Think about dis­play­ing them as a vignette or around a small tree. 

Keep in in mind these can be used to cre­ate oth­er things like orna­ments or can­dle sticks. I want to encour­age you to think out­side the box when explor­ing your options with the wood in your box.

3. Rustic Christmas Trees

Next up, was a set of beau­ti­ful­ly Rus­tic Tree that can be pur­chased com­plet­ed but I quick­ly that while they were cute, they also came with a hefty price tag. With the right tools and a some plan­ning this look can eas­i­ly be achieved on your own. This months box came with a set of 3, ready to assem­ble trees for you to craft and design to you liking! 

4. Spindle Ornaments

This is per­haps my favorite project inspi­ra­tion for the wood in the Novem­ber box! Spin­dles and var­i­ous wood turn­ings have a spe­cial place in my heart, and if I’m being com­plete­ly hon­est, I’m not entire­ly sure why. In tune with this months Rus­tic Christ­mas theme, I thought these wood turn­ings would be the per­fect addi­tion to the box! Coun­try Design Style did a beau­ti­ful job of stain­ing and sand­ing her pieces to look so per­fect­ly rus­tic, don’t you think?

I hope you feel inspired for all the amaz­ing things you can cre­ate with scrap wood! Whether you’re look­ing for wood or a new set of skills, check out THE WOODSHOP and come cre­ate with me!

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  • Jeri R Cleveland
    at 3:18 AM

    I received my first box, the Christ­mas box, on Sat­ur­day and was so exit­ed, I loved all the wood and can’t wait for the oppor­tu­ni­ty to get start­ed craft­ing with them. I know there is a Pin­ter­est board. How do I find it and gain access to it? I don’t remem­ber receiv­ing that information.

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