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Rustic Santa Centerpiece Craft

I try to stay within a farmhouse theme but there are so many variations of farmhouse that it’s hard. But whichever one you decide upon, the Rustic Santa Centerpiece craft will fit in no matter what. 

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Rustic Santa Centerpiece Craft

Here comes Santa Claus 🎶, Here comes Santa Claus 🎶, right down Santa Claus lane… 🎶  If there’s one thing I love at Christmas is decorating. I try to stay within a farmhouse theme but there are so many variations of farmhouse that it’s hard. 

There’s cottage farmhouse, country farmhouse, modern farmhouse, etc. But whichever one you decide upon, the Rustic Santa Centerpiece craft will fit in no matter what. 

It’s an easy craft that you can do and they even make great gifts. 

Rustic Santa Craft

Supplies

SANTA SUPPLIES

Steps to make the Rustic Santa Centerpiece 

Paint 1/4 of the log white

Paint the top 1/4 with DecorArt Snow-Tex paint

Let dry completely (overnight is best) 

Paint 3/4 of the Snow-Tex red (this will be Santa’s cap)

PAINTED SANTA CENTERPIECE

Paint eyes, nose and mouth on Santa.

RUSTIC SANTA CLAUS

Add hooks to hang on the wall, or nail a block of wood to the back to help it stand up on the table!

Simple, pretty, and makes a great DIY gift!

SANTA CLAUS CENTERPIECE

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Rustic Santa Centerpiece Craft

SANTA CLAUS CENTERPIECE

I try to stay within a farmhouse theme but there are so many variations of farmhouse that it's hard. But whichever one you decide upon, the Rustic Santa Centerpiece craft will fit in no matter what. 

Prep Time 10 minutes
Active Time 15 minutes
Additional Time 12 hours
Total Time 12 hours 25 minutes
Difficulty easy
Estimated Cost 10.00

Materials

  • 1 inch thick tree log
  • White, Red & Black acrylic paint
  • DecorArt Snow-Tex Paint
  • Modge Podge

Tools

  • Paintbrushes

Instructions

  1. Paint 1/4 of the log white
  2. Paint the top 1/4 with DecorArt Snow-Tex paint
  3. Let dry completely (overnight is best) 
  4. Paint 3/4 of the Snow-Tex red (this will be Santa's cap)
  5. Paint eyes, nose and mouth on Santa
  6. Add hooks to hang on the wall, or nail a block of wood to the back to help it stand up on the table!

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