Scrap Wood Christmas Trees

scrap wood christmas trees

If you’ve been following along for awhile, you may have seen a couple of posts with this antique beadboard taken from an old milk barn in Wisconsin.  (Click on the image to view the post.)

It’s all because of this bathroom, where I installed the beadboard on the ceiling!

bathroom with barn wood ceiling

Anyway, I have almost run out of the leftovers, but I have this project, and one more still to share with you before I’m done with this awesome stuff.

scrap wood christmas trees

All I did to make these trees was to take the leftover planks and cut them into pieces, each one a bit smaller than the next.  Most of them were already painted in white or green milk paint from the ceiling, so I just added a little paint to the ones that didn’t have it, and then glued the pieces together.

scrap wood christmas trees with beadboard

For the top star, I used some picture frame hanging wire and spray painted it gold.  I drilled a hole in the top and added a little glue to hold the star in place.

diy christmas trees with scrap wood

A few more DIY holiday crafts you might enjoy:


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9 thoughts on “Scrap Wood Christmas Trees

  1. These trees are so cute!! I’m glad you kept the scrap wood because these turned out great!! There’s so much you can do with leftovers!! 🙂 Great job!!

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