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28 DIY Woodworking Projects For Christmas

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#4 Christmas Tree Made of 3D Wood

3D christmas tree

Of course, this 3D wood Christmas tree is simple to make; all you need is some help. It can be used instead of a real Christmas tree, but it won’t shed like a real tree does.

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#3 A winter tree made of pallets

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This is a simple but nice idea: a Christmas tree made from wood boards. Try this project if you have some extras sitting around your house and don’t know what to do with them.

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#2 Make Your Own Wooden Nativity Scene

DIY Wooden Nativity Scene

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It’s possible that the nativity scene is the most well-known Christmas scene. You don’t have to buy the tools you need to make a scene; you can easily make one out of wood with a scroll saw.

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#1 Wreath Made of Wood Slices

Try something different this year instead of making a wreath out of trees like everyone else does. This wreath is made from wooden slices, and you won’t be sorry.

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In conclusion

What are you going to try for Christmas this year? You can pick from a lot of different woodworking jobs, which is great whether you’re a newbie or an experienced woodworker.

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