How to make handmade christmas trees

22 Best DIY Christmas Trees in 2021

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If you're lacking space for a traditional tree, dread the post-Christmas tree clean-up, or simply want to shake things up this holiday season, then it's time to consider a DIY tree. From an advent-calendar-meets-Christmas-tree DIY to a tree completely made of vibrant balloons, these alternative options are anything but traditional. Ahead, browse clever ideas to replace your typical live evergreen or faux pine this season. They're so good, you're going to want a DIY Christmas tree in every room of your house—or keep one up all year long, at the very least!


Kraft Paper Tree

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For this full-size paper tree, you'll need a good amount of kraft paper cut into strips. Hole punches in the paper allow the string lights wrapped around a clothesline underneath them to shine through.

Get the tutorial at Lia Griffith.


Ribbon Tree

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If you have any leftover ribbon from wrapping presents, you're already halfway to having everything you need to complete this craft. All you have to do for it is hot glue pieces of ribbon to a cone. Display it on your mantel or incorporate it into your holiday table centerpiece.

Get the tutorial at Just That Perfect Piece.


Chalkboard Tree

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Want to utilize your drawing skills? Sketch out a tree on a chalkboard. Whether it's the size of a door in your home—like this one by A Goode House—or a mini one you can hang on your wall, you can't go wrong.


Succulent Tree

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Any succulent-obsessed plant parent will love this concept: a Christmas tree entirely made of succulents. Not to mention, you can easily display this creation long past the holiday.

Get the tutorial at Gluesticks.


Plastic Utensil Tree

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Grab a pack of plastic spoons or forks, and cut off the ends. Decorate them with anything from spray paint to glitter glue for an easy, festive tree you can display every year.

Get the tutorial at Heathered Nest.


Copper Tree

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For a clean-lined look, try fashioning a shiny copper pipe tree. String lights wrapped around the pipes add infinite glow from day to night.

Get the tutorial at Lia Griffith.


Colorful Paper Tree

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Here's proof that you can make a mini DIY Christmas tree out of pretty much anything. Cut super long, skinny pieces of construction paper to arrange a triangle-shaped silhouette on the wall (securing pieces of string to the wall will do, too) and then cut colorful pieces of construction paper or leftover wrapping paper into round circles to look like little ornaments.


Sweet Tree


This DIY advent calendar-meets-Christmas-tree brought to us by Sugar and Charm is a two-in-one holiday special. You'll just need some plywood, small tin cans, and a hot glue gun (and then goodies, of course).


Bookshelf Holiday Tree


Simply rearrange your books into the shape of a Christmas tree and then spice up the shelves with some classic holiday decor, like ornaments, pine cones, and holly. Bonus points if all your books are green, but it will look festive and fun regardless of the hue.


Scrappy and Festive

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It couldn't get simpler or craftier than this DIY Christmas tree. You just need to prop open a ladder, wrap it with some string lights, and put a balloon star on top.


Balloon Tree

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This vibrant display is worth the effort it will take to blow up all of the balloons.

Get the tutorial at Sugar & Cloth.


Galvanized Metal Planter Tree

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This galvanized metal planter with the small pine tree is the perfect thing to recreate when you're short on space. To make it feel festive for the holidays, top it off with a plaid bow. Who even needs a big Christmas tree?


Mini Ornament Tree

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Not only can this function as an adorbs mini alternative tree, but it's also an advent calendar!

Get the tutorial at Julep.


Vase of Pine Branches

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Stick a bunch of pine branches in a vase and then decorate with a few ornaments. The installation and clean-up days will both be so much more manageable.


Pegboard Tree

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This is the chicest a brown tree could ever look. Leave it blank for a simple look or hang a few ornaments through the pegboard's holes.

Get the tutorial at Hello Lidy.


Cactus Tree

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Go completely untraditional with a DIY tree that doesn't look like your typical selection of Christmas tree options. Instead, dress up a cactus for the ultimate fiesta.

Get the tutorial at Sugar & Cloth.


Greenery Pieces Wall Tree

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If it just isn't Christmas without fresh greenery for you, try this DIY. All you have to do is glue greenery to wooden dowels, then stack them on your wall in the shape of a tree.

Get the tutorial at Almost Makes Perfect.


Paper Honeycomb Tree

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We don't even care that no traditional Christmas colors are accounted for in this DIY tree. Bonus: You can use this as a centerpiece for birthday parties!

Get the tutorial at Sugar & Cloth.


Black Contact Paper Tree

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OK, so black doesn't totally scream "Christmas," but how sexy is this alternative contact paper tree? It sets an elegant, moody tone—perfect for those who love a modern look.

Get the tutorial at Idle Hands Awake.


Photo Tree

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If you love hanging photos as ornaments, you'll love this DIY tree that's mostly made of photos. Add shiny garland for a magical Christmas touch.

Get the tutorial at The Crafted Life.


Painted Tree

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A painted triangle and wall-mounted shelf look extra festive thanks to some tiny string lights. Not to mention, you can keep this one up year-round!

Get the tutorial at Jungalow.


Wooden Wall Tree

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Sawing skills are required for this one! If you know what you're doing with wood cutting tools, you should definitely consider this rustic option.

Get the tutorial at The Crafted Life.

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22 Creative DIY Christmas Tree Ideas

Decorating a Christmas tree with our family is probably among the best childhood memories we have. However, not everyone likes the thought of cutting down the evergreens, so people came up with an idea to replace them with artificial trees. And now, as the boundaries of imagination are only expanding, the most recent trend is the DIY Christmas trees!

For the spaces, that couldn’t fit an actual tree, or for the people, who want to make the holidays even more special, a DIY Christmas decoration is a great project. That way, you can pick the size, the color, the style, and the texture entirely on your own, and make the tree and the Christmas decorations look like a beautiful accessory, complementing the room decor. What is more, that way it will definitely be one of a kind! To give you some ideas, we have made a selection of some DIY decoration ideas that we liked a lot. What will yours look like this year?

1. Egg Carton Christmas Tree

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2. Floating Ornament Christmas Tree


3. Wrapping Paper Christmas Tree


4. Ladder Christmas Tree


5. Shelf-made Christmas Tree


6. Tripod Christmas Tree


7. Felt Ball Christmas Tree


8. Cardholder Christmas Tree


9. Hardcover Christmas Tree


10. Balloon Christmas Tree


11. Wine Cork Christmas Tree


12. Driftwood Christmas Tree


13. Book Sculpture Christmas Tree


14. Wall Collection Christmas Tree


15. Button Christmas Tree


16. Dry Wood Christmas Tree


17. Broccoli Salad Christmas Tree


18. Light Christmas Tree


19. Newspaper Christmas Tree


20. Strawberry Chocolate Christmas Tree


21. 2-D Gift Bag Christmas Tree


22. Cushion Christmas Tree


Great ideas on how to make a Christmas tree with your own hands (25 photos)

A fluffy live Christmas tree looks very beautiful, but it is not always possible to put it at home. We suggest taking a closer look at alternative and no less attractive trees that are easy to do with your own hands.

First of all, you need boundless imagination. And you can make a Christmas tree from almost any improvised means. See for yourself!

1. Christmas tree of cones

This is the most popular and very budget version of the Christmas tree. Glue the cones of coniferous trees to a cylinder made of cardboard. To heighten the effect, you can paint them with paints (for example, silver from a spray can), decorate with colored ribbons and beads.

If long, painstaking work doesn't suit you, simply place the buds in individual pots filled with forest moss.

2. Pasta tree

What could be simpler and more original? Take the pasta shape you like (feathers, shells, wheels look best) and glue it to a cardboard cone. To make the Christmas tree more vivid and believable, spray it with paint or artificial snow from a can.

3. Jute tree

Wind the jute rope around the cone and glue it so that no gaps are visible between the turns. Use satin ribbon roses, beads, lace fabric, etc. as decoration.

4. Newspaper tree

Roll old newspapers and magazines into a tube (preferably in the shape of a cone) and glue to a wooden stick. Make a star out of paper and place it on top of your head. The Christmas tree is ready!

5. Scrap Christmas tree

Cut the waste fabric into small, uniform pieces and pin them to the Styrofoam cone.

Christmas trees made of satin ribbons also look great.

6. Popcorn Christmas Tree

This Christmas decoration will appeal to those with a sweet tooth. Use a glue gun to attach the popcorn to the cone.

Then decorate the Christmas tree with dried orange slices and star anise.

7. Button Christmas tree

Use tailor's pins to attach the buttons to the Styrofoam and place some decoration on the top of the tree.

8. Christmas tree made of cotton pads

If desired, cotton pads can be painted green, but the white Christmas tree looks quite attractive and elegant. Glue the material to the cardboard cone as you like. To make the Christmas tree more magnificent, roll the discs into a tube and place them tightly to each other.

9. Christmas tree made of glass bottles

If you have a solid collection of green glass bottles, don't throw them away, but arrange them in several tiers on round stands of different sizes so that you get a pyramid. Such a Christmas tree can be built in the country.

10. Christmas tree from garden tools

Another option for avid gardeners. Disconnect the old fan rake from the handle, decorate with multi-colored buttons and attach it to the front door.

11. Paper Snowflake Tree

Cut out three snowflakes of different sizes and put them on a wooden stick so that the largest one is at the bottom and the smallest one is at the top. You can use ready-made napkins.

12. Tinsel Christmas tree

Glue green tinsel on a cardboard cone - and an unusual Christmas tree is ready. Attach small balloons or candies in bright wrappers to it.

13. Floral Mesh Christmas Tree

Make a cardboard cone and wrap it in polyethylene. Cut the floral mesh (preferably different shades of green) into small pieces, dip them in turn in PVA glue and stick them on the cone. Make several such layers, and it is better to lay the segments in different directions. Secure with pins if necessary.

When the glue dries, remove the resulting structure from the cone (it should easily separate from the polyethylene), place an electric garland inside it, attach it to the net with a thin wire and decorate the Christmas tree to your liking.

Even unlit, such a Christmas tree will look very impressive.

14. Christmas tree made of wood

The silhouette of a tree can be made from wooden sticks, beams, boards, logs, etc. The main thing is to show imagination and do not forget to decorate such an unusual Christmas tree.

15. Tree of books

Book lovers will love this idea. Take the books off the shelves and arrange them in a pyramid shape. Decorate with a garland and designate the crown with an asterisk or other New Year's figure.

16. Wine cork Christmas tree

Form a Christmas tree from wine bottle corks and glue them together.

17. Christmas tree from a ladder

Ideal for the laziest! Just install a stepladder, fasten garlands, Christmas decorations and tinsel on it.

What creative Christmas trees will decorate your home this year?

DIY Christmas tree craft 80+ ideas how to make a Christmas tree yourself

Do-it-yourself foamiran Christmas tree

For the New Year holidays, there is nothing better than a hand-made souvenir. A tree made of foamiran can just become such a souvenir. Making such a craft is quite simple.

Cut out figures from foamiran: stars, circles, squares, hearts, etc. and a cone. Glue decorative elements on the cone.

The variant is more complicated, but more original can be done like this.

Cut green foamiran squares of the same size, fringe each with scissors. Then bring each piece to a heated iron on linen-cotton mode so that the fringe “twirls”. Then glue the squares to the Styrofoam cone, starting from the bottom. At the very end, if desired, decorate the Christmas tree with balls, beads, cones and tinsel.

Do-it-yourself Christmas tree made of napkins for the New Year

If you show a little imagination and creativity, then even from such a simple material as napkins you can make incredibly beautiful Christmas trees. For example, for each guest to the New Year's table, put a green napkin folded in the shape of a spruce on a plate.

You can also glue pre-cut lace doilies to the cardboard cone. The advantage of this method is that children can do it too.

Christmas trees made from napkins, made using the trimming method, and then decorated with beads, rhinestones, tinsel and cones, also look very nice.

Christmas tree made of beads - step by step master class

A stunning New Year's souvenir will be a Christmas tree made of beads. Small beads of bright color will bring to life the most daring and bright ideas. To make such a gift, you will need: thin wire, beads of different colors (green, blue, white, gold, silver), beads for the crown, a lot of time and patience.

In addition, with the help of beads, you can make decorations for your mother, sister or girlfriend in the form of spruce: earrings, pendants and brooches.

By the way, 50+ patterns of New Year's crafts from beads are waiting in a separate material!

Do-it-yourself Christmas tree made of fabric for the New Year

Christmas tree made of fabric is another great alternative to the traditional forest beauty. The advantage of such a craft is that you can sew a spruce tree in a couple of hours with your own hands, and the service life is not limited. There are many ways to make a Christmas tree out of fabric. The most obvious is to collect spruce from stuffed bags with holofiber.

For those who know how to use a sewing machine, this Christmas tree will be an excellent option:

You can also sew a Christmas tree using this pattern.

Choose the color at your discretion, the main thing is that the craft pleases the eye and gives a festive mood.

And at the link you will find 40+ patterns of New Year's textile toys!

Felt Christmas tree - step by step tutorial with photo

To create you will need: felt, scissors, needle, thread, glue.

As an option, make this interior Christmas tree out of felt.

You can find even more master classes of felt Christmas trees here.

Do-it-yourself sisal Christmas tree for the New Year

Sisal Christmas tree is a real New Year's air miracle. She has an unusual appearance, but at the same time gives amazing emotions.

There are many technologies for manufacturing such beauty, but they come down to the fact that pieces of sisal are carefully glued onto a pre-prepared base of whatman paper or floral foam in the shape of a cone. This must be done carefully so that there is no empty space left, and carefully, because the material is fragile and can deteriorate. After that, decorate the finished Christmas tree with garlands, cones, beads and bows.

The sisal ball Christmas tree looks great.

Ribbon Christmas tree

Ribbon Christmas tree will also be a decoration for the New Year holiday or an excellent gift for relatives or friends. Making crafts is easy. For example, take a cone made of cardboard or foam and cover it with colorful ribbons. By the way, you can use safety pins instead of glue for the foam cone.

It is also interesting to get a Christmas tree made of ribbons and beads, which must be strung alternately on a thread. From the same materials, very cute, small brooches are made that can symbolize the holiday.

You don't have to be tied to green silk ribbons. Take white, silver, red, golden. Show your imagination and resourcefulness!

If you like ribbon crafts, don't stop! Another 60+ step-by-step master classes of New Year's crafts from ribbons!

Tulle herringbone craft - step by step master class

Tulle Christmas tree looks incredibly gentle, and at the same time magnificent. This craft takes very little time. For crafts you will need: wire, tulle, flower pot, ribbons, beads.

Cut tulle into strips, sew in the middle and pull together to make beautiful frills. String parts on the wire frame of the future Christmas tree. At the end, it is better to decorate the spruce with beads, rhinestones or sequins and place it in a flower pot for stability.

Do-it-yourself Christmas tree from plasticine for the New Year

Modeling from plasticine is an exciting activity for both children and adults. Combine business with pleasure: spend a family evening and make a Christmas tree out of plasticine.

Make an independent design for which the kid will choose colors and blind with the help of mom or dad, or you can attach the product to cardboard, it will turn out like a three-dimensional postcard.

By the way, another 80+ New Year's crafts from plasticine with step-by-step master classes!

Christmas tree topiary

The most fashionable and popular gift for the New Year holidays is the Christmas tree topiary. This is a decorative tree that creates an amazing mood and brings only positive emotions.

A variety of materials can be combined in a topiary: tangerines, fir cones, coffee beans, cinnamon sticks, Christmas decorations, sisal, sweets, planters, threads, ribbons, burlap, etc. The symbol of the coming year will also look good. The main thing is to turn on the fantasy and be creative.

Salt dough Christmas tree - step by step tutorial with photo

Another great way to make a Christmas tree at home is from puff pastry. The advantage of this method is that everything you need is always at hand: flour, water, salt, cardboard, scissors, paints and garlic.

First, make a cone out of cardboard, then knead the dough and put it through the garlic maker. We get nice long worms, with which we carefully and evenly cover the frame. After that, let the structure dry well in a warm oven. Next, we move on to coloring. By the way, the dough can be immediately made green if you add food coloring to it when kneading. The Christmas tree is ready!

Any extra dough? Don't throw away! Another 50+ New Year's crafts from the test in this article!

DIY paper Christmas tree

A paper Christmas tree takes pride of place among crafts for the New Year holidays, as it is an excellent gift for relatives and friends, as well as a wonderful opportunity to spend time with children.

There are a lot of ways to make a Christmas beauty out of paper: using the origami technique, from corrugated paper, using special templates and stencils for cutting, from napkins, book sheets, photographs, etc.

It is not necessary to be tied only to green, a combination of different shades is allowed.

A paper Christmas tree can be voluminous, flat, placed on a nightstand, table or even a wall. Show your imagination and creativity.

Find more paper Christmas trees in this article.

Foil Christmas tree - easy and quick craft

For those who love sparkle and glitter, a foil Christmas tree is perfect. To make a craft, you need thick foil, a template, scissors.

Using the foil template, cut out two blanks, cut one to the middle of the top, the other to the middle of the bottom. Insert blanks into each other. The foil Christmas tree is ready!

DIY Christmas tree made of threads

Christmas tree made of threads is an amazing way to create an atmosphere of warmth and comfort in your home. It doesn't take long to make. We offer a choice of 2 master classes. The first, which is also the simplest, is to wind the knitting threads around the cone, after lubricating it with glue. We wind the threads so that there are no gaps left.

The second option will take longer. Prepare a cone of the desired size in advance and wrap it with polyethylene. Wind the threads around the cone and then cover the structure with PVA glue. Let dry thoroughly (in a warm room with good air circulation).

After removing the Christmas tree from the cardboard cone, decorate with beads, sequins, beads and snowflakes to give a fairy tale and New Year's holiday atmosphere.

By the way, not only Christmas trees are made of threads! 50+ master classes of New Year's crafts from threads in a separate article!

How to make a pom-pom Christmas tree

A pom-pom Christmas tree looks very attractive. It is not difficult to make it, the main thing is to find the required number of pompoms. You can easily make them yourself using woolen threads of different colors and two circles of cardboard.

These pompoms are then glued onto a cardboard or foam cone. There are also no strict rules here, spruce can be plain (green, blue, white) or multi-colored.

Do-it-yourself Christmas tree made of money

It is customary to wish a lot of good things for the New Year, including financial well-being. Therefore, a beautiful Christmas tree made of banknotes will be an excellent gift for relatives and friends. For such crafts, both real dollars, euros or rubles, as well as souvenir ones, are suitable. There are many ways to make a money tree. So, for example, origami.

The following method is no less popular: fold bills into bags, fasten the edges, and then paste over a pre-prepared cone made of cardboard or foam.

At the end, decorate the Christmas tree with a garland, beads, rhinestones or beads.

Do-it-yourself Christmas tree made of pencils for the New Year

A Christmas tree made of pencils looks very original, bright and interesting. The advantage of this craft is that it does not take much time, you can do it with your children and select a variety of colors. For example, the panel looks great. For it, you need to cut five to seven pencils (each 5 millimeters shorter than the previous one), arrange it in the shape of a Christmas tree and glue it to a pre-prepared base.

The forest beauty will look wonderful if well-sharpened pencils are glued onto a cone-shaped base, and then decorated with tinsel, beads and rhinestones.

The main thing is to show imagination and creativity.

Organza Christmas tree - step by step tutorial with photo

Needlework lovers always have a piece of organza at home. And on the eve of the New Year holidays, you can make a very delicate, airy and incredibly beautiful Christmas tree from it.

To do this, cut organza squares, fold them several times and secure with a stapler or glue. At the end, you can decorate the forest beauty with sweets, beads, snowflakes, beads and sparkles.

Papier-mâché Christmas tree

Another popular method of making a papier-mâché Christmas tree. It is very popular among both adults and children, because it allows you to spend several evenings together, preparing for the holidays.

So, one day can be devoted to preparations for papier-mâché, then sculpting cone-shaped figures. And, finally, the most pleasant thing, decorating the forest beauties. The child himself can suggest options for colors. Optionally, you can also decorate such a Christmas tree with tinsel, garland, beads, sequins, beads and sparkles.

DIY wire Christmas tree step by step

Wire Christmas tree is an amazing solution for decorating your own house, apartment, and office space. You can choose a different size: for a table or for a floor, it all depends on the length of the material.

The easiest way to do this craft is as follows: you need to take a soft wire and bend it into a spiral, while each next turn must necessarily be less than the previous one. At the end, you need to leave the tip, this will be the top of the head, on which you can attach a star. And then you should decorate the forest beauty. The choice of material for this depends on imagination and creativity: garland, tinsel, organza, Christmas decorations, threads, beads, snowflakes, etc.

Do-it-yourself knitted Christmas tree

Knitted Christmas tree is a great opportunity for all needlewomen to please their loved ones with an amazing gift. Any color and shape will do. So, for example, a forest beauty can be white (in snow), blue (in hoarfrost), golden, silver and traditional green. As for the shape, a knitted case in the shape of a Christmas tree for a bottle of champagne looks very relevant and beautiful.

No less interesting is a stable spruce as an interior decoration, a toy for a real coniferous tree, a panel on the wall.

Each option can be decorated at the very end with beads, sequins, ribbons and beads.

Do-it-yourself voluminous Christmas tree made of cardboard

A Christmas tree made of cardboard will be a great opportunity for a child to contribute to the festive preparations for the New Year. The easiest way to make a spruce tree is to print out a forest beauty template, then you need to carefully cut it out and glue it.

It is also a good option if the paper is initially white, in which case the child will be able to show his creativity and imagination by decorating the Christmas tree. At the end, the product can be decorated with rhinestones, ribbons or sparkles.

DIY Christmas tree made of tinsel

What can look more bright, festive and give a New Year mood than tinsel? This is an amazing decoration from which you can make everything, even a fluffy Christmas tree. By the way, it takes quite a bit of time.

First you need to make a paper cone, then wrap it with tinsel in a spiral, starting from the bottom, and fix the ends with a stapler. The forest beauty is ready. Additionally, you can decorate the craft with sweets.

More candy Christmas tree ideas in this article!

You can also make a tinsel Christmas tree on the wall. A great option for pet owners or those who have a forest beauty until March.

Do you know how to make a Christmas tree out of tinsel on the wall? Not?! It's detailed here!

Christmas tree made from improvised materials

It is not necessary for a creative person to buy a Christmas tree for the New Year. Turning on his imagination and creativity, he will always find a way to make it from improvised materials with his own hands. Forest beauties in such cases can be different: symbolic gifts to relatives and friends, or real Christmas trees. The advantage of spruce from improvised materials is that it can be made by the whole family, together with children, and thus spend more time together.

How to make a Christmas tree from twigs

A Christmas tree made from twigs looks amazingly beautiful. A great eco-friendly craft for those who have little space, small children or four-legged friends.

Dry branches fasten together with a rope or bundle and fasten to the wall. To do this, you can use, for example, an ordinary household hook or nail (if you don’t feel sorry for the wall!).

No less original looks a miniature Christmas tree made of twigs, complemented by dried fruits.

Christmas tree made from cotton pads

If you want to make a Christmas tree from improvised materials, then it's time to pay attention to cotton pads. You will need thick paper for the cone, cotton pads, glue and beads for decoration. Decorate the product with any materials to your taste: sparkles, sequins, watercolor. Or just leave it white. As you like or as time permits.

Find more Christmas crafts from cotton pads here.

Christmas tree made of cotton wool

If there are no cotton pads, but there is cotton wool, you can make an original Christmas tree from it. You will need: cotton wool, a dry twig, threads, ribbons, beads and sequins for decoration.

Pasta Christmas tree

You will need: a plastic bottle or glass, pasta, glue, paint.

More ideas for pasta Christmas trees!

How to make a shabby chic Christmas tree out of lace

The imagination of a creative person will never run dry. And it's great on the eve of the New Year holidays. It is she who will make a very delicate and touching Christmas tree out of lace. The manufacturing technology of such a product is standard: first, a cone is made of cardboard, and then glued with lace using a glue gun.

But there are no rules for decorating a lace Christmas tree, each person can decorate it according to their own taste and desire with the help of beads, rhinestones, satin ribbons, sequins, bows, tinsel, etc.

DIY coffee tree

A Christmas tree can be not only beautiful, but also fragrant if made from coffee beans. The technology is quite simple: wrap a foam cone with jute twine, and then glue coffee beans one at a time, starting from the bottom. Satin bows, large beads, burlap, cinnamon sticks, chains, etc. are perfect for decoration.

Such a Christmas tree, as long as it will stand, will help create coziness in a house or apartment, fill the evenings with a romantic atmosphere and give a lot of pleasant memories. By the way, coffee spruce is a great gift for family and friends.

Do-it-yourself Christmas tree made of matches - master class

Matches are a material that is available in every home. They will make a very unusual and cute Christmas tree. The advantage of this craft is that children can be involved in the manufacture. Lots of ways to do this.

For example, you need to prepare a cardboard cone in advance. This will be the frame. And then one match should be glued to it (tips with sulfur down).

Another way: glue matches onto a Christmas tree-shaped cardboard blank, and then assemble it into a 3D figure. How to decorate such a forest beauty directly depends on the imagination and creativity of the manufacturer.

Christmas tree from a vine - how to make it yourself

A Christmas tree from a vine can turn out to be unusual and creative. The main thing is to choose a not very dry vine so that you can weave it and it does not break. Then sticks must be inserted into this structure and then continue to be braided with a vine.

If there are gaps, don't worry, fill in the gaps with twine. Burlap, fir cones, acorns, bows, cinnamon sticks are suitable for decoration.

Wine cork Christmas tree

For crafts you will need: corks, glue, ribbons, paints.

Christmas tree from a plastic bottle

Prepare thick paper, a plastic bottle, preferably green, scissors, tape.

Herringbone tea bags

Tea is one of my favorite drinks. And if you make a Christmas tree out of tea bags and give it to friends or colleagues, there will be no limit to joy. For such a craft, you will need a package of your favorite tea bags and glue a cardboard cone with bags.

Christmas tree made of beads

A Christmas tree made of beads looks very rich, elegant and amazingly beautiful. This craft is made simply and quickly: a cardboard cone is taken and beads are attached to it with a glue gun, tightly to each other, starting from the very bottom.

If this forest beauty needs some extra decor, add ribbons, stars or bells.

Christmas tree made of plastic cups

Plastic cups are an affordable and cheap material. If you glue the cups to the cone, you get a very pretty Christmas tree.

How to make a Christmas tree out of lollipops

A delicious Christmas tree that will please both adults and children will be made from lollipops if you stick them inside a plastic cone.

Cone Christmas tree

You will need: thick paper, cones, glue.

By the way, more master classes on making Christmas trees from cones!

Christmas tree from an old magazine or book

For this work you will need: a magazine, glue, beads or glitter for decoration.

Tree made of toilet paper tubes

For work you will need: cylinders from toilet paper rolls, crepe paper, scissors, glue, threads.

You can make more than just a Christmas tree out of bushings! Another 100+ cool ideas for New Year's crafts from cardboard cylinders!

Delicious strawberry Christmas tree

For work you will need: thick paper, strawberries, chocolate.

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