If you don’t feel like a usual Christmas tree, or just want some additional ones for different rooms, go for an unusual tree. I’m here to share some amazing ideas that involve different materials and techniques, all of them look cool and ultra-modern, I’m sure that everyone will find something proper here.
The first tutorial for today is a snowy Christmas tree shelf, which will be not only a decoration but also a functional storage piece. You can create a whole display with such a tree shelf, place there all the figurines you like and lights and you’ll love the piece! After the holidays you can use it just a shelf.
Make a cute and little Christmas tree of a large pinecone. The piece can be made of a pinecone – first paint it green to make it look like a fir tree, then put it into a cool planter. You may use a usual tin can and paint it in some bold way, for example, make it ombre. Add lights to the pinecone – and voila, a your tree is done!
Paper is the easiest material to work with, so making a paper Christmas tree is a cool idea, and it can be an easy craft for your kids. Use construction paper for making the tree more stable, add sequins or other sparkles to imitate lights and ornaments. You can also use such trees as Christmas cards.
If you have some ribbon at hand, make a Christmas tree of it. This piece is made of burlap ribbon and traditional red and white ones but of course you can rock some other colors. Add buttons and a little star on top to make the tree cuter – it will be a nice centerpiece or mantel decoration.
Have some pallets? They will be a nice base for your unusual Christmas tree! Stain your pallets the way you like, drill some holes for lights and then paint a tree on the pallets. Add lights and ornaments where you want and voila, your amazing Christmas tree sign is done!
This sign of a pallet features a little Christmas tree of felt pieces and decorated with colorful pompoms. This is a great craft for kids and you can spend a great time together while making this sign. Get inspired!
Make a Christmas tree sign of inexpensive plastic ornaments in the colors you like. Here the author went for emerald ones to imitate the tree. A perfect piece for a mantel or any other shelf, and making it will take little time.
This gorgeous little Christmas tree is made of floral wire and lights and is decorated with little ornaments. The piece looks very original and lightweight, and though you’ll have to find some proper materials, you won’t regret it!
This little tree is perfect for a glam space because it’s covered with rhinestones and beads and is done in pastel shades. The base of this piece is a wooden tree, and if you don’t want to make it yourself, you can buy a ready one. Just paint it and cover with beads and crystals of your choice – time to sparkle!
This honeycomb wall Christmas tree is great for accentuating some space in your home, especially if you are planning a party. Take green honeycombs and attach them to the wall or a wood piece to make a tree and add a garland on top. Enjoy!