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14 Awesome Driftwood Christmas Trees You Can Make

hanging driftwood tree (via look-what-i-made)

Planning a coastal Christmas? Wanna feel sea breeze even during winter holidays? Start from making a driftwood Christmas tree because this piece is the soul of your festive décor. Making such a tree is easy: gluing the pieces of driftwood to one another or to some other base, maybe also a piece of driftwood. A nice idea is an outdoor driftwood tree to make your Christmas totally unconventional. A hanging or a wall Christmas tree of driftwood is also very easy and cool. You can also attach the pieces of driftwood to some canvas to make it mobile. Look for some more amazing driftwood tree ideas below and enjoy!

driftwood Christmas tree centerpiece (via myhomeideas)

easy tabletop driftwood tree (via dollarstorecrafts)

white driftwood Christmas tree (via beachcomber26)

simple driftwood tree (via thespacebetweenblog)

pretty driftwood festive tree (via decor8blog)

christmas mantel tree (via gracie-senseandsimplicity)

driftwood Christmas tree with ribbon (via muttonheadcollective)

shabby chic driftwood tree (via paintcutpaste)

sea glass and driftwood Christmas tree (via designdazzle)

mini Christmas tree with a wood base (via completely-coastal)

driftwood Christmas tree with sea shells (via instructables)

driftwood Christmas tree with decorations (via thespacebetweenblog)

wall driftwood festive tree (via laloleblog)

 

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