Have you done your Christmas tree shopping? If you still have no Christmas tree on your possession yet, you’d definitely love these DIY Christmas tree ideas that you can make from scratch. Materials used are also very easy to find, and inexpensive on top of it. Below, we have compiled several best Christmas tree made of everyday items you can try making this Christmas. Check them out!
1. Lace and pearls trees
Just like the ribbon trees, wrap your paper cone in lace or stick dozens of pearls on it. We admire your dedication, but hey! Anything for a beautiful Christmas tree, right?
2. Minimalistic pastel trees
Thirsty for some ~aesthetic~? If you’re looking for a Christmas tree that’d look good on your Instagram feed, try making this mini wooden Christmas tree.
3. DIY Mod Light-Up Trees
This Christmas tree is super easy and simple to make; you’d only need paper mache cones, gold spray paint, glue, knife, clear marbles, and battery operated lights. Though the point of the tree would be the sparkling lamps, you can always leave the lights behind for an even simpler version of this already simple Christmas tree (we’re side-eyeing you for your laziness).
4. Book trees
This Christmas tree is perfect for bibliophiles, but not at the same time. Why, you’d need to tear of papers from your books, stick it to the Styrofoam cones and lace the edges with glitters. You love your books too much? Use fake feathers and card stocks to replace the book pages.
5. Ribbon Trees
If making holes and inserting light bulbs are too difficult, you can always opt for this ribbon Christmas tree. All you need to do is make a paper cone and wrap the ribbon around it. Ta-da! You’re done! You can also substitute the ribbons with gift-wrapping paper or ropes.
6. Golden leaf trees
If you’re looking for a more luxurious-looking Christmas tree, try sticking gold metallic leaves on your cones rather than just any material. Looking fab!
7. Pinecones trees
Do you have pinecones scattered around your backyard? Rather than throwing them out, paint them green and add a small star decoration to get a mini Christmas tree for (almost) free.
8. Coffee filters trees (yes, you read it right)
Are you a coffee mania? Can’t wait to let everyone know about your love for coffee? Get creative! Take out your coffee filters and carefully stack them to create this DIY Christmas tree. The coffee filters surprisingly make a wonderful Christmas tree, and you can always add a couple of buttons as the decoration.
7. Yarn-wrapped trees
This Christmas tree would take less than an hour to make, and you can use yarns you have at home. Wrap it around the Styrofoam cones, glue it and add some artificial snow for a more festive Christmas.
10. Basic cone trees
None of them seem to work for you? Get your cone, paint it green and stick some poms poms. Done.
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