If you ask my Darb {aka hubby} he would tell you that I go over board at Christmas but I would disagree.  I think that 4…ok…5 Christmas trees isn’t too excessive.  Right!  My favorite of all of them being my Farmhouse Christmas Tree for the Kitchen.  This tree has evolved over the years and I just love how it fits in our new home.  Keep scrolling down to see all of the details!

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This is our final installment of the 12 days of Christmas Blog Hop, so be sure to scroll to the bottom.  There are so many fun Christmas trees to see!

When we moved to our new home over the summer I instantly began thinking of all of the fun things I could do at Christmas.  For years our large blended family was crammed in a small house.  I was so excited to now have room to spread out and DECORATE!

I can’t be the only one who walks through a new home and instantly thinks… that window would be perfect for our Christmas tree?  Or in this case, that counter would fit my Kitchen Christmas Tree perfectly.

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How to Decorate a Farmhouse Christmas Tree for your Kitchen

I start with an artificial 4 foot tree with white lights.  I am a white light girl all of the way.  No multi-color lights around here.  Are you a white or multi-colored light person?

To be honest, I would rather have a real farmhouse Christmas tree but because I decorate so early, I don’t want to deal with dying trees.

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To give my farmhouse Christmas tree some added character, I decided to put the tree in an antique crock.  I used wadded up newspapers packed around the trunk of the tree to hold it in place.

Note:  You have to pack your Christmas tree down really well or it won’t hold.  Use those muscles!

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I always start with any ribbon or in this case twine.  I used a multi-color twine that I found at Hobby Lobby.

To get this farmhouse Christmas tree look, I just doubled the twine up and wrapped it around the tree.

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Then I added a ribbon that said Merry Christmas to the Christmas tree.  I put it between the areas where the twine was put.

I liked that the colors were pretty much the same but that they were still totally different.

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Choosing your Farmhouse Christmas Tree Topper

The tree topper is one that I found at Hobby Lobby {but I have linked the same one on Amazon}.  A gingerbread snowflake with peppermints seemed like a perfect fit.

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The Sweetest Kitchen Christmas Tree Ornaments

Years ago, I got a set of utensil ornaments {linked similar set} that are my absolute favorite.  I love the red handles!

Rustic Farmhouse Christmas Tree Ideas for your Kitchen featured by top US food blog, Practically Homemade

Of course, there isn’t a Farmhouse Christmas Tree for your Kitchen that is complete without a rolling pin {linked similar}.

Rustic Farmhouse Christmas Tree Ideas for your Kitchen featured by top US food blog, Practically Homemade

I also have a set of holiday cookie cutter ornaments {I am sorry but I couldn’t find a set to link}.  Hello Mr. Gingerbread Man!

Rustic Farmhouse Christmas Tree Ideas for your Kitchen featured by top US food blog, Practically Homemade

To finish the tree I have a sweet sign {Hobby Lobby} and gingerbread house that stand guard.

A lot of the other ornaments my mama has given me because she no longer has a kitchen Christmas tree.  I love the snowman ice cream cone!

There is even a set of muffin tin ornaments.  They are so cute!

Rustic Farmhouse Christmas Tree Ideas for your Kitchen featured by top US food blog, Practically Homemade

I just love the way that my Christmas tree turned out this year!  The addition of the ornaments from my mom finished it perfectly.  Although I always like to add a little something new each year.

I can’t decide if I want to add these adorable Rustic Antique Flour Sifter ornaments or these precious Cake Plates with Goodies for next year.  Such a tough decision!

I hope this inspires you to make a Kitchen Christmas Tree of your very own.

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10 Comments on Rustic Farmhouse Christmas Tree Ideas for your Kitchen

  1. What a sweet adorable tree! The kitchen utensil ornaments are the cutest and I’m in love with them. Yes I totally agree that if I had a new home, I would think about Christmas decorating too.

  2. So cute! All the kitchen ornaments ties is so well with the theme, plus the old fashion crock for the base. What a lovely idea for a kitchen at Christmas.

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