Christmas in July is a popular event here in Australia. The main reason behind this is because it is Winter here and we get a chance to celebrate Christmas in the peek of our coldest temperature. Rather than in Summer when it’s stinking hot! So today I’m sharing 5 Easy Farmhouse Christmas In July Projects that you can make too. Also, a great way to get ahead for being organised when Christmas does arrive in December.
5 Easy Farmhouse Christmas In July Projects
What Date Is Christmas In July In Australia?
Each year Christmas in July is celebrated on the 25th of July in Australia. It is also known as Yulefest. A perfect chance for us to enjoy warm cozy fires, snow and even get to build a snowman!
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Something for the Christmas Tree
Rather than set up our big Christmas Tree we usually set up a small tabletop Christmas Tree and hang these fun Farmhouse White Berry Ornaments.
Something to decorate with
These wooden Gingerbread Houses are a fun addition to add to your Christmas Tablescape or make cute shelf sitters to add a little Christmas cheer.
Something for the porch
These Giant Christmas Baubles are sure to add a welcoming cozy Christmas to your family and friends. Hang them from your porch or balcony.
Something for your table
Use up pieces of scrap wood and make these fun Farmhouse Christmas Blocks and add them to your Christmas Table as place settings.
Something for your Kitchen
We all know at Christmas time you can never have enough tea towels with all the yummy food that gets prepared. So why not make a couple of these Christmas Stamped Tea Towels. They make lovely gifts too.
Don’t have time to make now? Be sure to PIN for later!