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DIY Bed Spring Windmill Christmas Tree Topper


DIY Bed Spring Windmill Christmas Tree Topper

Don’t you love this rusty windmill topper?  To me, it is the frosting on the cake,  sitting on top of this beautiful farmhouse tree! I am smitten with how the vintage bed spring holds up the rusty windmill.  Plus, you won’t believe how easy it is to make!

This adorable bed spring windmill topper can also be used year round as well.  It not only looks cute at the top of a Christmas tree, but also, anywhere else in the house that needs a little farmhouse touch!

If you would like to see more picture of my Farmhouse Christmas Tree  and check out the tutorial on how I decorated it, click HERE.

DIY Bed Spring Windmill Christmas Tree Topper – Tutorial

Supplies:

  1. Old Bed Spring (found at antique stores, Etsy, garage sales, etc.)
  2. Eight-inch Windmill Blades Ornament (found in the ornament section at Hobby Lobby, but you can also find it online HERE)
  3. 20 gauge wire (found at the craft store)
  4. Needle nose pliers & wire cutters (my pliers have a built-in wire cutter)

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Directions:

All I did was twist a little bit of wire around the wind mill at the top and bottom of the bed spring.  I didn’t need a lot, but just enough for everything to stay secure.

Cute as a button, don’t you agree?  It’s ready to top off the Christmas tree!

To see my DIY Farmhouse Christmas Tree Tutorial, click HERE.

Merry Christmas!

You can also find my DIY Bed Spring Windmill Christmas Tree Topper on these  posts:

https://www.thepaintedhinge.com/2018/12/13/the-farmhouse-friday-link-party-86/

https://www.frenchcountrycottage.net/

https://eclecticredbarn.blogspot.com/2018/12/thursday-favorite-things_13.html

https://underatexassky.com/friday-favorites-linky-party-week-455

https://www.grandmashousediy.com/wednesday-link-party-117/

https://mythriftstoreaddiction.blogspot.com/2018/12/vintage-charm-party-162.html

https://eclecticredbarn.blogspot.com/2018/12/wonderful-wednesday-blog-hop_11.html

https://www.savvyapron.com/totally-terrific-tuesday-208/

http://mariaelenasdecor.blogspot.com/

http://flusterbuster.com/2018/12/great-ideas-310.html

http://celebrateanddecorate.com/celebrate-your-story-158/

http://www.thededicatedhouse.com/make-pretty-monday-week-278/

https://myuncommonsliceofsuburbia.com/holiday-crafts-at-inspire-me-monday/

https://www.loulougirls.com/2018/12/lou-lou-girls-fabulous-party-245.html

https://eclecticredbarn.blogspot.com/2018/12/youre-star-family-feature-week.html

https://www.stonegableblog.com/the-scoop-356/

 

 

 

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15 Comments

  1. I come from a long line of farmers and I always loved the family farm windmill. This is just fantastic! Thanks so much for sharing.

    • Tee

      I’m so glad you like it! Thank you for commenting!

  2. Amy

    So cute. I love this. Found you at To Grandma’s House We Go.

  3. What a cute idea! I adore the look of the old windmill blades. Your entire tree looks stunning.

    • Tee

      Thank you Amy! I’m glad you like it!

  4. What a cute idea! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm!

  5. This is the perfect tree topper for the industrial or farmhouse look Christmas tree. It is so adorable. Thanks for sharing at the Snickerdoodle Create Bake Make Party.

  6. Amazing! And it looks so easy!

    • Tee

      I’m glad you like it! Thank you for stopping by!

  7. I love the windmill topper. Your tree looks so beautiful. Please stop by Thursday Favorite Things since you are being featured.
    https://eclecticredbarn.blogspot.com/2018/12/thursday-favorite-things_19.html

    Hugs,
    Bev

  8. This is such a neat idea! Love all the photos. They look so professional. Do you use a DSLR? Also I’m trying to figure out how to do videos like the one you have. What program do u use? Thanks for any help!!! 🙂

    • Tee

      Thank you Cindy! Yes I use a DSLR (Nikon 5600) which made a huge difference in the quality of my photos and videos. I also invested in a couple of cheap studio lights (tripods with lights and the white umbrellas)…this also made all the difference as they give me the perfect lighting to shoot at any time of day in my house or outside. For the movies I use Windows Movie Maker although I’m not sure if you can download it off the internet anymore (it’s considered the dinosaur of the movie editors). I just haven’t switched over yet LOL. There are so many free video editors out there that you can get off the internet. I’ve used VSDC Free Video Editor before, and it works just as well. Hope that helps!

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