If you live in an apartment or a dorm, chances are that you may not have space for a stand-alone Christmas tree adorning your room or home. But what’s Christmas without a tree? Even if didn’t have the space for a proper tree, you could look at these options fabulous DIY Christmas trees ideas that are easy to make and well, aren’t actually trees!
7 Fabulous DIY Christmas Trees ideas
Here are some cool Christmassy decorations that I am sharing with you that I saw on the internet. They tell you more about some fabulous DIY Christmas tree ideas. Mind you, none of them have made using an actual tree, but they are decorations that are made to resemble a Christmas tree. Interesting, isn’t it?
1. Christmas tree ornament mobile
Love this idea about ornaments suspended on clear threads! You can make a corner of the room the focal point and arrange the ornaments using a clear thread. You can either use a single coloured ornnament or opt for a variety of colours to give it a more vibrant look. Read the entire post here on how a blogger used this style for Christmas.
2. Repurpose a ladder
Do you have an old unused step ladder lying at home? Set it up at your home, add some ornaments and decorations and you are ready for Christmas! Read up this fabulous post on how to repurpose a ladder and make your own DIY Christmas trees.
3. Food for thought
If you are a home-baker, then this idea may be a literal cakewalk for you. I loved this idea of stacking macroons in a tray to resemble a Christmas tree! I am sure it would be the most edible Christmas tree I woud have ever come across. See the pin here on Pinterest.
4. Lego Christmas tree anyone?
Are you a Lego buff? Look up this board by Lego on Pinterest that gives you step-by-step instructions on how to make some really cute Christmas decorations using Lego and make some really awesome DIY Christmas trees too. So if you are a Lego fan, do check out this board right away!
5. For the bookworm in you
If you love books as much as I do, then you can make a really awesome DIT Christmas tree without using anything else apart from books. If you are looking for some decoration, then add some strings of LED bulbs or lights. Stack up some books together, place a few Christmas ornaments and add a string or two of fairy lights. Look up this post here to know more about how to create a Christmas tree with books.
6. Create fabric covered Christmas tree cones
If you love arts and crafts then this one is for you! All that you need is a few supplies and you are ready to create some awesome DIY Christmas trees. While you are at it, make a few extra that you can also use to gift to friends and family! These fabric covered Christmas cones can be placed anywhere in your home too! Look up this tutorial on how to create your own fabric covered Christmas tree cones here.
7. Egg Carton Christmas tree
Alright, this one might need a bit of preparation for a few months because you will need to collect quite a few egg cartons! Look up this post to make a recyclable Christmas tree with a stack of egg cartons. The good news is that even if you discard the Christmas tree, it won’t cause a landfill
Need more DIY Christmas tree ideas?
If you haven’t had enough and want some more then, look up these ideas to make some fabulous DIY Christmas Trees? Check some of these ideas here:
- 38 Fabulous DIY Christmas Trees That Aren’t Actual Trees
- 22 Creative DIY Christmas Tree Ideas
- 10 ways to decorate for Christmas without a tree
- A fab collection of boards on Pinterest
Aren’t these easy decorations to try at home even if you don’t have a Christmas tree? The best part is that most of the materials used can be recycled and reused. So you end up having a green Christmas too! So which of these DIY Christmas trees ideas are you going to try at your home this Christmas?
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