Looking for Christmas woodworking projects to sell, gift or decorate with? Here are a ton of ideas of what to make out of wood for Christmas!
Tis the season to shop til you drop. But, how about taking a break from all of that shopping and get building instead?
You can save a lot of money by building your own Christmas decorations. There are so many options of Christmas decor pieces you can build from wood and you can make them all yourself!
Christmas woodworking projects can be great for holiday gifts, selling at craft fairs, or keeping for yourself!
Time to get crafty and building this holiday season!
Easy Christmas woodworking projects
Making your own Christmas decor is wonderful, but remember to plan ahead. You don’t want to start a big Christmas woodworking project in the middle of December.
Think about what you’re going to want to add to your decor this holiday season and get started in November. You don’t have to display it yet, just have it done so you have plenty of time to enjoy the festivities of the holidays!
Here are some of my favorite woodworking projects for Christmas.
Christmas woodworking projects
Here are a ton of ideas for easy Christmas woodworking projects that you can make!
Use up your scrap wood by making these wooden snowflakes that can be hung or put on the mantel!
This wooden tree collar takes the place of a tree skirt and has a more modern look.
Use wood slats and rope to create this wall hanging tree shaped Christmas card display.
These wooden gift tags are a great whimsical wreath or door hanger.
Got Christmas cards? This wooden holder is shaped like mountains and can hold multiple layers of cards!
Grab some free logs from the woods near your house, dry them out and paint Santa faces on them!
This wooden advent calendar is designed to hold a bottle cap a day as you count down to Christmas.
A beautiful symbol for the religious aspect of Christmas would be to use these wooden cross on display.
Use wooden beads or blocks to create a garland to strand on the tree!
A slatted wooden Christmas tree is SUPER easy to make in any size and very dramatic on a front porch.
If you like to display mini trees on your porch or patio, these wooden planters take them to the next level.
We designed 3 sizes of these table top wooden Christmas trees and they can be customized with the paint or wrapping paper of your choice.
If you want to raise your tree off the ground a bit, this box stand is a chic way to do so.
We designed this tree-shaped 3 tiered plant stand to hold poinsettias. However, you could also use it indoors for a Christmas village!
This is more of a wood craft than woodworking per se, but use scrap pieces of dowels to make these adorable pier post ornaments!
Check out my super simple tutorial for how to make a DIY driftwood Christmas tree!
Dowel trees are great for a minimalist or Scandinavian vibe for Christmas. Here's how to make a DIY wooden dowel Christmas tree.
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