Here’s why we need DIY Christmas trees: everyone loves Christmas trees, however, a real or faux Christmas tree can take up a lot of space! So what if you have a small space? What if you want 10 trees just because you are so exuberant ?! =)
Here’s a collection of jaw dropping and super inspiring DIY Christmas trees ideas to make your Christmas “Trees” using simple materials like paper or pallet wood, or repurposed materials like oil funnels, tomato cages, books, or pvc pipe. Lots of them are great Christmas decorations for small spaces!
By the end of this collection of creative Christmas decoration ideas, you will be so happy to know that – Yes, one can have 10 DIY Christmas trees even in a tiny apartment!
1. & 2. Tomato Cage DIY Christmas trees
Two entirely different DIY Christmas trees, both made from… guess what, tomato cages! The one one the left made by 17Apart is so simple and chic, just add string lights! The one on the right made from Diy Show Off is adorned with lighted garlands, how pretty!
3. Ladder Christmas tree
Rustic and spontaneous, this charming ladder tree by the incredible Donna at Funky Junk Interiors is re-purposing at its finest! A great idea for Christmas decorations in small spaces
Related article: 18 creative ways to use string lights!
4 & 5. Stacked DIY Christmas trees using PVC pipes or books
How fun would it be to decorate this PVC pipe DIY Christmas tree! If cutting pvc pipes sounds intimidating, gather some water bottles of various sizes, or paper mailing tubes and perhaps even paint them! From Martha Stewart .
A stacked book DIY Christmas tree that needs no storage! See how Family Sponge created this fantastic tree in almost no time. Both trees are great Christmas decorations for small spaces!
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6 & 7. Weathered wood DIY Christmas trees
I love everything Free People, including this great tutorial on how to create a simple and elegant tree from found branches – each becomes a mini ledge shelf for displaying treasures!
Oh the glorious pallets! KariAnn from Thistlewood Farms did it again! Love the beautiful details and craftsmanship!