Grab a cup of cocoa and settle in for some cozy farmhouse Christmas decor inspiration.
That little plaid gift bag was a regular bag with handles, but I cut them off, folded the top over, punched some holes in it and added pom pom trim. Isn’t it darling?
- Download the design below. Use the mirrored image for this project. The design must be printed on a laser printer, not inkjet.
- Cover the entire design with a hefty layer of the transfer medium. Yes, you paint over the words right on the paper.
- Press the paper on to the craft surface, rub it to make sure it’s nice and smooth with no air bubbles or wrinkles and let it dry.
- Using a wet but not dripping washcloth, rub the paper backing until it starts to peel away, leaving only the ink design. I found better success in doing this in two phases. Remove most of the paper on the first try, then let the water dry out. Repeat the process again to remove the last bit of haze and paper.
Image Transfer to Wood Video Tutorial
And let’s not forget the corner hutch that got a big makeover a few years ago.
I added fairy lights to the garland up top and under white batting around the nativity and you should see how pretty it is at night. It glows!
Now that the house is decorated for Christmas, I am ready to start baking cookies, wrapping gifts and watching Christmas movies. It really is the most wonderful time of the year! Thank you to JOANN for all of the beautiful decor pieces!