The holiday decorating is in full swing! Looking for a cool tabletop Christmas tree? Thinking how to display your gorgeous ornaments without being banal? Make a cool frame Christmas tree or an ornament display! It may be shaped as a Christmas tree or it may be a usual stand, and such crafts are very easy to repeat and you’ll get a very cool piece.
This modern tree is a basic build that does involve some beveled cuts, so you will need a miter saw. Such a tree is a chic idea for a modern space, you may go for various colors and different ornaments to give the tree a look you want. Read how to make and the piece and as always be careful with power tools and follow all safety precautions.
If you have those few favorite ornaments you wish you could display somewhere other than the tree, here’s a great idea to do that! This tutorial for a fun and easy DIY Christmas tree ornament display is the perfect solution to both of those problems. You can personalize it any way you want and paint it classic green, or go rogue and paint it a fun color to match your space. I hope you enjoy learning how to make these stylish ornament displays!
This DIY plywood ornament stand might become your favorite wooden tree! It’s based on an A-frame ornament stand, which is so cute on a mantle or in small spaces where a traditional Christmas tree just isn’t feasible. Make the tree stand of wood scraps to save the budget, and use metallic ornaments to make it sparkle. This wood ornament stand has a modern vibe and a light up interior that casts a soft glow at night.
This cool wooden Christmas tree of a wooden frame features dark-stained wood, twine and little vintage metallic ornaments. It’s great for a rustic or vintage space and the twine is hanging on little hooks, I love the color combo here. Read some free plans in the tutorial and make one!
This wooden frame Christmas tree is inspired by a Crate and Barrel one, and it looks very cool and modern. It’s built of wood and is stained rather dark, and the ornaments used are bright and shiny blue ones, plus blue glitter ones. The contrast between the dark wood and bold blue ornaments is striking, get inspired!
If you need some smaller wood triangle trees for decor, this video tutorial is for you. On top of seeing the whole process, it is really informative and shows how to cut an irregular angle on a miter saw, using 2×4 as a jig to get the right angle. Read the original written tutorial in the source (plus the story of all those purty vintage ornaments!) and watch the video to make a cool framed Christmas tree and add colorful ornaments!
This display case is perfect for all those ornaments you’d love to show off but have no room for. It’s the perfect display to keep the nicer ornaments off the tree and out of harms way! This also makes a great gift. You can fill it with ornaments for that special someone or with ornaments from different times in your life – whether it’s your kid’s first Christmas or the first on with your beloved, there’s always something special on it!