It’s easy to get lost in the hustle and bustle of Christmas. The gifts, the crowds, the crazy schedules, the ads, the money, it all adds stress to the season and begins to take over. It’s easy to forget the real reason for the season and focus on what is really important. That is why I try to keep my Christmas home décor focused on peace, love, and those things that bring me joy.

Rustic DIY Christmas word art is a great way to bring back the real meaning of Christmas and create something in your home that serves as a reminder of what is really important this season. Anyway you choose to display it, word art gives you a visual cue that is both impactful and beautiful to add to your décor.

Here’s a few different ways to use rustic DIY Christmas Word art to enhance your holiday season.

    Using wire is a beautiful way to create rustic word art, and it’s easier than you think. You can make small words to hang on a wreath or tree, or large oversized options for wall art.  If you want a deal, check out this link for 100 feet of Copper Aluminum Craft Wire for under $10. 


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    Rope art is what rustic dreams are made of. I love this option because it is so versatile and really quite simple to do. You soak the rope in a solution, spell your word, and then let it dry! Perfect for mantel décor.


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    Lighted displays are all the rage right now, and for good reason. They are beautiful and eye catching. I love the simplicity of this one and that beautiful red background color.

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    Burlap is a great way to create rustic word art and it is so easy! You can use it for a burlap table runner, framed word art, or even a cute burlap tree skirt!


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    Can you believe this is all made of thumb tacks? That’s probably one sore thumb, but the result is completely worth it – absolutely beautiful!  For 400 gold tacks under $7 check out This amazon link– you got to love prime shipping!

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    Yarn letters are a great way to make rustic word art and get the kids involved. You can make the colors coordinate with your existing décor and put them anywhere you’d like to add a little colorful Christmas cheer.


    I love the idea of using tree rings for décor. This is a simple ornament with chalkboard paint, but you could make this on a large scale and change the word of the season as often as you’d like.


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    Rustic wood signs are one of my favorite décor pieces because they are easy to do and super versatile. I love them for an entry way, front porch, or even on the mantel.


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