We love everything retro and so these vintage Christmas crafts are some we can’t wait to make! Some of these use actual vintage elements while others are newer items made to look old. Either way, we love the look!
Check out your local thrift and antique shops, look online at websites like Ebay, and go to yard sales to find some of the elements needed for these projects. Have a very merry vintage Christmas!
Vintage Christmas Crafts
These sure do bring back memories! You might have some of these books already on hand, but we found ours on Amazon.
You can often find boxes of vintage wooden spools for sale in thrift shops. They make such adorable ornaments!
How pretty is this wreath? This would be a lovely way to display some vintage Christmas village pieces and of course, some bottle brush trees. This is a showstopper!
SO easy to make and so inexpensive – you can find the supplies you need at your local dollar store if you don’t already have them on hand. We want to line our walkway with these on Christmas Eve.
Make use of great-grandma’s cookie cutters by transforming them into lovely ornaments!
This tree is made from reclaimed wood. It’s a great way to take an old piece of sentimental furniture that is beyond repair and turn it into a Christmas tree you’ll love for years to come.
Grab those old ornaments collecting dust and assemble them into a gorgeous wreath that will add color and interest to any room in your home.
Discolored bottle brush trees (or those in colors you don’t care for) can be turned into a wintery white snow scene with this technique.
Simple to make, these are not only lovely ornaments but they are perfect gift toppers too.
What to do with that old wooden crate? We’ve got the answer!
Pinecones and jingle bells come together in a sweet ornament that will add delight to your Christmas tree.
Gather up some old discarded spindles and make a unique Christmas tree decoration from them!
Old books that are beyond repair can be used for these but if you can’t bring yourself to take apart a book, just find some vintage text online and print it out.