Christmas, the most wonderful time of the year is upon us! Don’t you think the air fills joy and excitement when the Christmas is around the corner? We’ve started to feel it already.
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The Christmas tree is one of the most recognizable symbols of Christmas. Adorning the Christmas tree with festive ornaments and twinkling lights is one of the iconic images of the holiday. But purchasing a real or artificial Christmas tree and decorating with ornaments in a passé now. The trend is making your Christmas tree crafts. It’s eco-friendly and saves a lot of space. Besides, it is also an excellent way to keep the kids occupied. To give your house a festive and cheerful look we have compiled a list of DIY Christmas tree crafts. Have a look at them below!
Snow Globe Christmas Tree:
If you love festive, yet cheap Christmas decoration, then this craft is just for you. This little jar packs all the charms of the winter wonderland during Christmas. And you don’t even need loads of supplies for this craft. Just a handful of materials will give you a decoration that will last all winter long. We’d suggest you to allow the kids in the house to do this craft. Note- Use sugar glitter to give a snowy look to the tree.
Beads And Sequins Christmas Tree:
Here’s an excellent craft to take advantage of the old Christmas ornaments lying in your house. Before going ahead with the craft, make sure you wrap the cone with the white felt. Start pasting the sequins from the bottom, one at a time. It will require some patience and skill, but the result will be worth every minute.
Wooden Christmas Tree:
Wooden crafts have a class of their own. Trace and cut out the Christmas tree from the wood using a small ax. Now you just have to show your creativity on these wooden Christmas trees. Alternatively, you can trace and cut out the Christmas tree shapes and let your kid show his creativity on the trees.
Cupcake Liner Christmas Tree:
This one is stunning. I seriously cannot stop myself from marveling this gorgeous piece. The author has made an incredibly cute Christmas tree using cupcake liners. This adorable Christmas tree is perfect for decorating the entryway table of the home or the mantle. It will look great on the dining table too. If you cannot find anything like these cute and festive cupcake liners, then you can use single colored liners too! Even better, dip the liners in a fabric dye to give an ombre effect to your Christmas tree. Then just stack it for a quick and easy decoration.
Pinecone Christmas Tree:
Here’s a beautiful craft project that even kids and toddlers can make. The pinecone tree here looks very simple, elegant in white, and green. But you can show your creative instinct on this little tree too! Instead of using brown for the pot, use red paint and highlight with golden. And decorate the pinecone with tiny balls or sequins. It will look lovely!
Yarn Christmas Tree:
This craft is extremely easy to make. You can just have to wrap a yarn neatly on a cardboard cone and decorate it with buttons. Decorate the top with pompons and you are done! Yes, it will take some time, but the resulting display will be just incredible.
Wine Bottle Christmas Tree:
If you want to make your Christmas green without using the traditional Christmas tree, then this idea is perfect for you. Here’s a Christmas tree made entirely of wine bottles. It is definitely the one of a kind Christmas trees. So you just got a perfect excuse to gulp down a few more cases of wine or beer 😉 Note- You have to be very careful while making this craft. Try making it only if you are adept at balancing.
Bottle Cap Christmas Tree:
Do you have a fetish for collecting bottle caps? Well, then why not turn the fetish into an art. Just take a handful of bottle caps in different sizes and get started. You can color the bottle caps in a single color, or you can give different hues of green, anything that you feel will appeal to the guests. The craft will look equally beautiful the rest of the year too!
Popsicle Stick Christmas Tree:
Now that’s a pretty awesome and unique Christmas tree. It is nearly impossible to have so many popsicle sticks at home. So you’ll need to purchase them from the general store. And do not forget to buy the Styrofoam cones for the base of the tree. Well, the craft looks very easy to make, but it can give a difficult time. Note- while making this tree, make sure you start at the top. It will come out much better point wise. s
Pallet Christmas Tree:
No room for a Christmas tree? Then we have come with a perfect solution for you. A Pallet Christmas tree! As the author says, this craft is incredibly easy to make. But finding a pallet can be difficult. As for the craft, you just need to paint the pallet in brown or white and beautiful it with decorations. Stick to color themes like silver and gold, as you can see here, or red and green, or white and red, anything that rings with the holidays.
Berry Accents Topiary Christmas Tree:
How beautiful does this topiary Christmas tree look? The Christmas tree is made entirely of Dylite balls. And it’s lot easier to create than it looks. The golden accents are enhancing the overall look of the tree. This tree would look fantastic as the dining table centerpiece.
Quick And Easy Christmas Tree:
Here’s another easy Christmas tree craft that you can make in a matter of few minutes. All you need is an old picture frame; Christmas patterned duct tape, ribbons, and ornaments. The craft is so easy that even kids can make it. We’d suggest you to use contrasting colored ornaments for this craft. If you are using red photo frame, then go for golden or green ornaments.
Wine Cork Christmas Tree:
This home décor is sure to catch some attention, don’t you think? Wine Cork is a versatile craft material. You can use it for making a plethora of crafts, wine cork Christmas tree ornament being one of them. Slice the wine corks and arrange on a craft stock paper or frame. The ornament is ready for being displayed.
Recycled Paper Christmas Tree:
Have you got old magazines, promotional leaflets, and newspapers lying at home? Are you thinking of throwing them out and clearing the home before Christmas? Wait, we’ve got an excellent idea for you to reuse the old magazines and newspapers. A paper Christmas tree! The author has done an incredible job of recycling the old newspapers. You are free to add your own details here. But do not forget to dust it with some salt. It will give the perfect appearance of snow. You can thank us later 😉
Christmas Tree Door Decoration:
Making Christmas tree craft could not get easier. You just affix the incandescent light bulbs in the shape of the Christmas tree on your door and decorate with some Christmas ornaments. To give a whimsical look, use bright lights. It will look beautiful when lit in the evening.
We hope you find our ideas useful. We’ll wait to see your ideas and creation too. How is the Christmas decoration going? Have you bought the Christmas tree? Or are you planning to make at home? Tell us in the comment section below.