With 2019 here it’s always lovely to look back and see what you’ve been busy creating and making! So today I’m sharing 12 Farmhouse Project Favourites from 2018 that you can make too! With easy to follow tutorials and supply lists and you never know you may already have most of the supplies tucked away in your craft stash as I did.
12 Farmhouse Project Favourites from 2018
I just love everything about old books and especially ones that the pages are falling out. Because rather than them being thrown away they are great for craft projects like this Farmhouse Book Page Heart Wreath.
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Who doesn’t love a good organisational project? After being totally inspired after getting my pantry all organised with some cute labels it was time to hit the laundry and get that all organised too!
After our outdoor area needed some farmhouse lovin’ I got busy making this Fresh Flower Market Sign to help jazz up the plain brick walls.
I don’t know about you but we have a tonne of CD’s in our house that we never listen to. Especially after finding Spotify! So they got repurposed into some really cool old clock faces. We also decorated our Christmas Tree with them.
Using some pine wood and a little paint you too can make either a Kitchen, Bakery or Antique Sign.
Transform some old thrifted trays into some fun Farmhouse Decor.
Turn plain old MDF or Wooden Tags into Faux French Enamel Tags to decorate with.
Labels not only add some organisation to your home but are pretty to look at if they are out for you and your guests to see.
Make your very own Farmhouse Bench using Milk Paint.
With all the shops going plastic-free having a couple of these in your bag are super handy.
Felt is another fun craft medium to use. These White Berry Ornaments also make lovely gift tags and have a wreath to match.
Again using those old book pages you to can turn an old jar into nice farmhouse decor to add to your home. Even though this jar has a Christmas style to it, you could change out the tags for each season.
I hope you have enjoyed these projects and that they will keep you nice and busy! Looking forward to sharing more with you throughout 2019!
Happy New Year!
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