No festive Christmas home is complete without a magnificent Christmas tree display (well, and stockings hung with care). Christmas trees are breathtakingly beautiful and they definitely work well to tie all your Christmas decor together.
But Christmas trees don’t always have to be traditional. You can tailor your Christmas tree to your personal style and ensure it matches the rest of your space. Instead of shelling out the cash for a modern-looking tree, make your own. Thankfully, cute DIY Christmas tree tutorials are plentiful on the internet.
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Unique Wooden Christmas Tree
Upcycling is the best way to give old, used items new life. Dig through your closet and peruse local antique shops to find treasures you can shine, paint or throw glitter on. Then attach them to some slabs of reclaimed wood in the shape of a tree. You’ll need a few tools and some DIY knowledge, but don’t worry, this tutorial is an excellent guide.
Unique DIY Wooden Christmas Tree With Knobs On from Pillar Box Blue
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DIY Branch Christmas Tree
Bring the outside in with this cute DIY Christmas tree made from branches. You can collect branches from your backyard and assemble them easily to make this eco-friendly and cheap DIY tree. And if you have kids, they can help!
How to Make a DIY Branch Christmas Tree from Pillar Box Blue
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Christmas Tree Mobile
If you have allergies, crazy little ones running around, or simply don’t have the budget for a real Christmas tree this year, this craft is perfect for you. Use light bulbs to create a hanging Christmas tree mobile that you can use to decorate any room for the holidays.
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Pom Pom Christmas Tree DIY
Looking to add color and whimsy to your space? The answer is always pom poms. You can make your own cute pom poms or head to the craft store to purchase pre-made ones. Either way, make sure you use multiple colors and varying sizes to create a wonderfully fun DIY Christmas tree.Continue to 5 of 17 below.
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Floral Christmas Tree
Don’t restrict florals to paintings and upholstery. Give your tree a floral theme this year with handfuls of your favorite blooms.
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DIY Cardboard Christmas Tree
This DIY is a great holiday activity for the whole family, especially when the winter weather has you cooped up indoors. Because the supplies for this DIY are extremely simple and budget-friendly, each family member can make their own tree. And everyone is encouraged to be as creative as possible. Experiment with different colors and add DIY ornaments to make yours stand out.
Colorful Cardboard Christmas Trees and DIY Ornaments from Hello Wonderful
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Felt Christmas Tree
At Christmas time, it’s important to get the entire family into the holiday spirit—age is but a number. If your littles aren’t big enough to handle pointy ornaments or small trinkets yet, consider a felt Christmas tree like this one. You can DIY your own felt ornaments and lights and let your kids decorate without worrying that they’ll hurt themselves.
The Perfect DIY Christmas Tree for Your Merry Little Helpers from Project Nursery
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DIY Fleece Cone Christmas Trees
Small tabletop Christmas trees are a lovely solution to those who don’t have large spaces. You can station a few in every room to add joy throughout your home. These fleece trees are less fragile than other decorative trees, making them great options for those who have rambunctious families or active pets in the house.
How to Make a Fleece Cone Christmas Tree from Happy Happy NesterContinue to 9 of 17 below.
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Wooden Dowel Christmas Tree
You can easily find wooden dowels at any craft or home improvement store. Purchase a handful and you’re set to make this sleek, modern wooden Christmas tree. Minimalists won’t be able to resist.
Modern DIY Christmas Tree (Wooden Dowels) from Vintage Revivals
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Take advantage of those winter yarn sales and grab a few skeins in your favorite holiday colors to make these DIY yarn Christmas trees. They make adorable centerpieces for the Christmas dinner table.
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Felt Scrap DIY Christmas Tree
Rather than tossing out your unworn sweaters this season, put them to good use and transform them into holiday decor. Using a few simple supplies, like toilet paper rolls and hot glue, you can make these DIY felt Christmas trees from your felted sweater scraps.
Wonderful Felt Christmas Tree Made From Sweaters
from Pillar Box Blue
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Fringe Christmas Tree DIY
These DIY fringe trees take us back in time to the 1970s—in a good way. Add these beauties to your home for a pop of color and a hint of holiday-themed flare.Continue to 13 of 17 below.
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Christmas Tree Wall Art
Perfect for those with minimal storage space or who just love simplicity, this DIY wall art piece is a stunner. You can customize it to match the colors of your space and tuck it away neatly when not in use. But to be honest, you’ll want to keep this sleek piece of art up all winter long.
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Felt Tree Wall Hanging
Showing your child the beauty of Christmas is one of the most joyous things in life. When it comes to learning to decorate for the holiday, get them started young with this cute DIY felt Christmas tree wall hanging.
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DIY Charlie Brown Christmas Tree
If you haven’t seen "A Charlie Brown Christmas," you absolutely need to see this Christmas classic. If you’ve seen the movie, you know about their small and odd-looking Christmas tree. It’s wonderful in its own way, and now you can make a tree that mirrors it with this tutorial.
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Rosemary Christmas Tree DIY
As you may have guessed, Christmas trees made with sprigs of rosemary are small. They’re so small that you can make a dozen (or more) and place them throughout the house so you can catch a glimpse of holiday cheer everywhere you go.Continue to 17 of 17 below.
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Pallet Christmas Tree
Wood pallets can be upcycled to become almost anything—even a Christmas tree. This DIY tree is big, beautiful and reusable. To make this eco-friendly Christmas tree, you’ll need a few power tools and some basic supplies.