Christmas Coffee Bar Decor & DIYs
Decorate the space you start your day in with this simple and fun Christmas Coffee Decor DIY. I share a Christmas Coffee Bar Decor Sign and fun ways to style your shelves for the holidays.
I usually decorate my coffee bar with little things and knick-knacks I have year after year. But this year, I wanted to have a little more fun with it, and provide somewhat of a theme.
In years past my coffee station has kind of been a catch-all theme, or miscellaneous decor items. BUt this year, after being inspired by a Hallmark movie “Merry & Bright” and seeing the wooden Merry & Bright” sign in the Dollar Tree I knew I needed to turn it into something for my coffee station.
I also wanted my coffee bar to have a Hot Cocoa and gingerbread cookie kind of going on with the red white.
I know that seems to be too much going on in one little spot but stick with me for a minute.
Below is a full video showing how I set up this area in my home, including two quick and easy DIYs that you can make using Dollar Tree items.
I just love this spot in my home. And start my day here. Seeing it festive and all set up just makes my little Christmas heart happy. Plus drinking this coffee (it’s my absolute favorite) just sets the mood for the day!
Sort of like the whole “spread cheer by singing loud for all to hear” kind of thing! Call me crazy, or even a Christmas nerd if you want to, but I just love it!
Check out my full video and below find the full list of supplies for this DIY.
Christmas Coffee Bar & DIYs
Making the Christmas Coffee Sign
I made the Merry & Bright Coffee Co sign using mostly items from the Dollar Tree. Everything but the wood chipboard and letters I already had on hand including the square Fall chipboard sign.
Once you have all the materials you will need to set up an area to create. The dining room table or your craft table is a great place. I made this in front of my Dreambox cabinet as it has all my supplies within the craft storage cabinet at an arms reach.
You can also check out my Dreambox Setup in this video to see how I have it set up! I absolutely love the Dreambox setup. It really makes crafting so much more fun!
In order to make this DIY, I removed the backing and sanded down the glitter from the sign. Then using my favorite chalk paint, I painted the chipboard. I also created faux shiplap beams. I love a farmhouse Christmas theme as well and thought this subtle look tied in well with the rest of my decor.
I also painted the wood lettering and once dry secured everything to the chipboard with hot glue!
By the way, one thing that is on my Christmas wish list this year is a battery-operated glue gun. If you know of a good one, let me know! This is what I have my eye on. Let me know your thoughts!
I do a lot of projects with hot glue, so I know it’s an investment, but I think it will be worth it in the long run.
Overall, I really love how my coffee bar station turned out! I love the way it looks.