“The Christmas tree is a symbol of love, not money.”
As soon as you reach mid-November, the stores and streets are all bright and lit – with Christmas trees! Dark green branches peep out from shiny baubles and cute figurines, resulting in a sight for sore eyes.
10 DIY Christmas Trees you can Make without a Tree
You can find all sizes of Christmas trees anywhere, online or in stores. But you can still have a Christmas tree without emptying your wallet – you just need to make one yourself! There are all kinds of Christmas trees you can make with recycled materials or things lying around the house. Here are some amazing ideas that you can make with the whole family.
Christmas trees don’t have to be all green; in fact once you decorate the tree, it’s multicolored. We are Scout celebrates this with a lovely Christmas tree made of paint chips in geometric shapes. This would be a great activity for kids to put together!
While this would be a great idea for a classroom by default, it’s also an excellent last minute option for your home! One Legg Up makes quite an intricately detailed Christmas tree on chalkboard. You can use chalkboard sticker sheets on the wall to create your tree on.
It’s said that you can never have too many books, but if you do, here’s an excellent way to use them! Very Merry Vintage Style creates a cute Christmas tree with books. You can make it more colorful by placing the spines of the books facing outwards.
PVC pipes and Christmas trees? Seems like two different worlds, but Martha Stewart brings them together in this fun project! If you can’t get PVC pipes cut to the size you want, you can also use cardboard tube rolls or anything else that’ll make it work.
Who says Christmas Trees should be on the ground! This one from Curbly that hangs up in the air is such a clever idea and looks pretty magical!! What’s more, there’s plenty of space underneath for gifts!
If you have little kids, then Two Twenty One has the perfect project for you – a felt Christmas tree! Download the free patterns, and cut them out on felt. Then hand the pieces to the kids and let them decorate it the way they like!!
If you’ve got a step ladder at home, then you don’t need to think any further! With a few garlands and string lights, a basic wooden ladder can be turned into a gorgeous Christmas tree. The best part is that you don’t have to hang the ornaments, just place them on the steps!
Washi tape isn’t just for little crafts, it’s also perfect for a large size Christmas tree! Find out the details at Thyme is Honey – this tree is the perfect idea to display all those holiday cards that people have sent so lovingly! And it’s quite an open ended tree – you can add anything you like to it!
You’d think that you can have a tree without ornaments but not the other way round. Well, An Alli Event proves otherwise, with a Christmas tree built entirely from colorful ornaments! Great idea if you have leftover ornaments from previous years!
We can’t get over how simple but elegant this nature-inspired tree from Uberall and Nirgendwo looks! Once you collect some twigs, it’s just a matter of cutting them to size, joining them with rope and then decorate to your heart’s content!
Now, aren’t these some unique and creative ideas? So which one did you like the most?