Farmhouse Galvanized Buckets Christmas Ornaments

Farmhouse Galvanized Buckets Christmas Ornaments

The cutest little DIY farmhouse Christmas Ornament straight from the North Pole! | www.knickoftime.net

I know Halloween is just a few days away, but if you’re anything like me, you’ll blink your eyes, Thanksgiving will be over, and you’ll be freaking out about why you haven’t pulled your tree out of the attic or made any new ornaments yet.  And that’s why I’m here 🙂

Because today I’m participating in …

This is my third year participating in this blog hop and every year I look forward to seeing the creative ornaments the other gals make.

Farmhouse Christmas Ornament - Knick of Time

The first year I made a farmhouse Christmas ornament, and I wanted to repeat that theme again this year with some very easy farmhouse galvanized buckets Christmas ornaments.

How to make Farmhouse Galvanized Buckets Christmas Ornaments

Supplies Needed:

Mini metal galvanized buckets

Shipping tape (1.88″ wide)

Free printable (link below)

First, print out the image at wallet size on a laser printer.  Ink jet copies will not work because the ink will smear.

If you don’t have a laser printer, a copy shop like Staples can make it for you for less than $1.  And you’ll have enough to make multiple ornaments.

Farmhouse Galvanized Buckets Christmas Ornaments | www.knickoftime.net

Next, trim around the image closely and stick a piece of shipping tape over it.  Make sure the tape covers all the image.

If you’ve never done a tape image transfer before, this video shows how easy it is.

Farmhouse Galvanized Buckets Christmas Ornaments | www.knickoftime.net | www.knickoftime.net

Getting ready for the magic to happen! …

How to make a tape image transfer for a Christmas ornament | www.knickoftimenet

TADA!   Aren’t these decals made with tape amazing!

Now just stick them on the little buckets and you have the cutest little farmhouse Christmas ornament, North Pole style!

These are just the right size to hold a gift card too!

The cutest little DIY farmhouse Christmas Ornament straight from the North Pole! | www.knickoftime.net

The free printable is available to subscribers.  Subscribe HERE.

North Pole Farms Printable | www.knickoftime.net

Alternatively, you could also use this Mrs. Claus free printable, which is also available to email subscribers.

Mrs. Claus free printable and rustic frame tutorial | www.knickoftime.net

You can see how to make last year’s book page mini wreath ornament plus two other ornaments here.

Repurposed book page DIY handmade wreath ornament - www.knickoftime.net

Make sure to pop over to Lovely Etc. tomorrow to see her ornament!

Here are all 31 Bloggers in order of their appearance:

Here are all 31 Bloggers in order of their appearance:

Day 1 – Pet Scribbles | Day 2 – Yesterday on Tuesday
Day 3 – Cupcakes and Crinoline | Day 4 – An Extraordinary Day
Day 5 – Celebrating Everyday Life | Day 6 – Hunt and Host
Day 7 – Love of Home | Day 8 – Celebrate Creativity
Day 9 – Petticoat Junktion | Day 10 – What Meegan Makes
Day 11 – Atta Girl Says | Day 12 – Sweet Pea
Day 13 – Exquisitely Unremarkable | Day 14 – Imparting Grace
Day 15 – In My Own Style | Day 16 – 504 Main by Holly Lefevre
Day 17 – Inspiration for Moms | Day 18 – The Chelsea Project
Day 19 – I Should Be Mopping the Floor
Day 20 – My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia | Day 21 – Hearth and Vine
Day 22 – Shabby Art Boutique | Day 23 – Remodelando la Casa
Day 24 – Domestically Speaking | Day 25 – Swoodson Says
Day 26 – Stone Gable | Day 27 – My Creative Days
Day 28 – The Crafting Nook | Day 29 – Knick of Time
Day 30 – Lovely Etc. | Day 31 – Live Laugh Rowe

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Comments

  1. It would be fun to have a red and white or Santa Christmas tree filled with these cute little buckets!

  2. ColleenB.~ Tx. says:

    the little galvanized bucket ornaments are adorable.
    Thank you for free printables

  3. The bucket ornament you created is so cute! I love the graphic you made and your transfer method with packing tape is one to remember.

  4. Just as cute as can be! What a great way to add a galvanized touch to a Christmas tree. Thanks for inspiring me, once again, Angie.

  5. I seriously need to try tape transfer! That bucket turned out so cute!

  6. You tape label trick it so smart and the mini buckets turned out so cute. I love the suggestion for placing gift cards in the buckets. I host Christmas Eve for my siblings and I’m always looking for something fun to add to the party. You beautiful ornament has my wheels turning. Thanks!

  7. SUch a great idea! I love these little buckets!

  8. These are adorable, what a great idea!

  9. Debra Wise says:

    Love these bucket ornaments with your graphic! You’ve taught me something new today and I can’t wait to try this transfer method. Thank you so much for the free printable graphic! You’re such an inspiration!!!

  10. How CUTE !!!! I love it. I have a good friend that recently moved to a farm. This will be perfect to make for her with the name of her farm on the bucket. 🙂

  11. These are just precious! I love the transfer method, too. I have never tried it…thanks for the tip! 🙂

  12. I have to try this technique, I keep saying I am going to! and I love your book page wreath from last year!

  13. That is too creative and cute!

  14. What a fun Christmas project Angie. I haven’t done a tape transfer for ages, but they always look so good. You’ve inspired me to make some for Christmas.

  15. These are SO cute and yep, the perfect complement to the little white pitchers! Thanks for the pretty printable!

  16. I love the farmhouse vibe, Angie, and I can see these for big or small buckets. So pretty!

  17. Debra Wise says:

    So cute! Thanks so much for the inspiration and the free printable! Love the mini buckets. I haven’t tried the tape transfer before but thanks for the tip.

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