Holiday Shopping Guide | Farmhouse Style

Have you started your holiday shopping yet?

I’ve only purchased a few things and am struggling for gift ideas for most of my family.

What makes it even harder is that my daughter has a Christmas Eve birthday, and my youngest son’s birthday is in January, so I really need to get busy.

I thought it would be fun to put together a holiday shopping guide of things I love, because I know many of you love farmhouse style as much as I do.

Feel free to share this list with your family members so they know what you’d love to find under the Christmas tree this year!

Fixer Upper Farmhouse Style Decor Holiday Shopping Guide -

For an easy DIY gift, buy red burlap and use the Mrs. Claus Cookie Co. stencil to add a fun, festive design on it as a table runner.

DIY burlap Christmas table runner -

For a non-holiday version, buy a plain burlap table runner and use the Flour Sack stencil on it.

Both table runners can be finished in about 10 minutes.

DIY farmhouse style burlap table runner -

Aren’t these Vintage style metal kitchen canisters adorable?  I’d love to have them in my kitchen.

I’d also love these Mason jar salt and pepper shakers with tin caddy.


These Olive buckets could be used for storage baskets for magazines or toys, but I think they’d make great waste baskets  too.


This little Porcelain milk container is just so cute.  I’d actually use it as a small flower vase.


I’ve been wanting these Vintage style milk bottles in a carrier for a long time.  I may need to either drop a few hints to my family, or just break down and treat myself to them! 🙂


This Galvanized wall rack would come in so handy by my desk.


I’m seriously in love with this Mason jar soap pump set.  The faucet handle on the caddy makes it so unique from other mason jar soap dispensers I’ve seen.


I’d want this Faucet paper towel holder to go with it.  Love it!



I’ve made a sign similar to this Gathering room farmhouse wood sign before, but if you don’t want to DIY it, the price is reasonable to purchase it.


I only use flour sack towels in my kitchen, and I’d love to add this Gather farmhouse flour sack kitchen towel.


Would’t this Farmhouse style tin pitcher make a beautiful table center piece filled with flowers?


I love anything with plumbing pipes, but I love the shelf added to this Industrial pipe toilet paper holder.


Well, that’s a wrap for my farmhouse style holiday shopping guide.  I hope you found some things you love too!

Vaya con Dios,




  1. Helene Farley says

    I know all about December birthdays, Angie. I’ve got my husband and 3 grandkids in December; and my son and daughter-in-law in January. Haha! It’s not easy.
    Thanks for the shopping guide. I love all those things!

  2. Catherine A Towner says

    Just wanted to tell you I love your Blog! I also wanted to ask you about a pin on Pinterest of a page from a book about November. I was just wondering what book is this from? Thanks Cathy

  3. Some very cool items! But am I the only one who can’t get the olive bucket link to work?

    I really want the canister set!

    Thanks for the ideas, Angie!

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