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You can only imagine my excitement when I came across these Dollar Store felt table decor items. It was just a few months ago I was spraying over felt pumpkins from the Dollar Tree on every piece of wood I could find. I was obsessed! Now I have a new felt thingy for country crafts Christmas decor. SCORE again!
This time I found cut-outs of poinsettias and also a Christmas tree ornament. Both of them just jumped right into my basket before I knew it. It’s crazy how that happens. *wink* I always stalk the Dollar General and The Dollar Tree Stores around holidays for felt decor. So quick and easy to create cute signs with very little effort.
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How to make Creative Country Crafts For Christmas
I like the rustic, neutral farmhouse look, naturally, the combination of wood and black give it that country feel. Adding some black and red to raw wood just screams Christmas country crafts! Perfect for the farmhouse style.
Below are the products I used to make my DIY Christmas country crafts for my front porch. Iy can even be used inside the home as well. Wouldn’t it be cute on a fireplace mantel?
Here is what you will need to create your sign.
- Felt table decor from the Dollar General Store
- Sanding blocks or hand sander, 120-220 grit sandpaper
- Rustoleum black matte spray paint
- on an old board or a DIY wood pallet sign works well too. (see my DIY video below)
DIY WOOD PALLET SIGN TUTORIAL
The first thing was that I needed to find a surface appropriate for the project. I save almost everything from my furniture projects and this piece of wood was a leftover shelf that had been removed. Re-purposing is what makes my heart sing. If I can use what I have, I’m a happy girl. It was just the right size.
After a quick sanding with my Makita Orbital sander and 120 grit sandpaper, it was ready for paint. The board had a dark stain on the surface, but I wanted a lighter wood to show through the stencil, so sanding was quick and easy.
If you’re using pallet wood, be sure to sand it fairly smoothly. It will ensure that the felt mat lays flat on the surface and the spray paint doesn’t get under it. This will leave you with a clean and crisp outline of your pattern. When you’re spraying, spray directly down onto the board.
While you’re here, would you like some free tips on painting your furniture? Just tell me where to send it and I’ll get right to you.
Dollar General Country Crafts Video Tutorial
Pretty stinking cute AND easy peasy! My kinda project.
JESUS IS THE REASON FOR THE SEASON!
I hope this post has inspired you to create your country crafts for Christmas decor. Sending Christmas love from the Dodson home to yours and we wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy and Blessed New Year.
Until the next project… xo, Do