Christmas is only once a year and it deserves all-out decorating! And the Christmas tree is the most iconic thing of the holiday season: so why have only one? Check out these incredible ideas to add a few more trees to your home, ranging from big to tiny, to all different materials and designs. With these ideas, you’ll feel the need to add at least a couple to your holiday decor!
Of course the use of fairy lights on the outside of the house is part of the traditional holiday decor. But why not make a tree shape out of them? Choose a nice spot outside and make a tree design using light strings, with any type you have: traditional like in the photo, or colorful ones with varied colors and different flashing methods. Looks incredible!
Small Mason Jar Christmas Tree
Mason jars were an amazing trend this year. Incredibly versatile, they can be used in basically anything you can think of. Including a small Christmas tree! On the mantel or entry table, fill six mason jars with ornaments, trinkets, or greenery and stack them in a pyramid. Add fairy lights and other shiny garlands, top with a star and your small holiday tree is ready!
Baby Food Jar Snow Globe
This incredible snow globe is just amazingly beautiful and adorable. You can use small baby food jars to make an adorably tiny version or make bigger ones using common-sized Mason jars. Check out the instructions and supply list over at Craftaholics Anonymous!
Washi Tape Christmas Tree
Washi tape became a craze this year, with many interesting designs, drawings and patterns made of it. So why don’t you make an amazing holiday tree out of washi tape? You can go with the traditional green color or even make a super modern design using different bright colors! This gold one from the photo looks incredible, and can easily be made in under 10 minutes! You can also use the tape to add photos, trinkets, ornaments and ribbons to the design and make it even more special and personalized!
Rustic Felt Christmas Tree
These gorgeous Christmas trees made with felt look incredibly gorgeous! The mix of rustic look with bohemian feel creates a natural vibe that transforms the room immediately, making the space feel more cozy, inviting and natural. Get the detailed instructions over at Little House of Four!
”Christmas waves a magic wand over this world, and behold, everything is softer and more beautiful.” -Norman Vincent Peale
Pinecone Christmas Tree
These beautiful pinecone Christmas trees are easy to make and are a great addition to any holiday decoration! To make them, you can use a green spray paint to add the traditional color to the pine cone and use small pots as base (you can use them with their natural color or paint with a silver or gold paint). You can add use glue and glitter to add a cool frosted look on the tips of the scales and finish the tree with a small star made out of craft foil. Isn’t it easy and completely awesome?
These incredible Paper Evergreens are the perfect decor for the mantel or for use on the dining table during this month’s gatherings. You can make them out of the traditional green or use different colors to fit your decor style! And with the help of the kids, you can also glue small embellishments to create an iconic tiny Christmas Tree. Martha Stewart has the detailed instructions!
Christmas Tree Napkin Fold
This amazing napkin fold is just perfect for the family gathering on Christmas! Using the kids’ help, you can quickly get a lot done in a few minutes!
To create this amazing wall tree, you can use pages of an old book (you can get some cheap ones at a local second-hand bookstore) and tape them to the wall forming a tree shape. The effect is incredible and perfect for any bookworm!
Christmas Tree Card Holder
This amazing Christmas tree is super creative and interesting, because it allows you to place and show photos, cards and memories and make the holiday much more personal and family-oriented. You can check out the detailed instructions to create this cool tree over at Little Lucy Lu.
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