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04 December 2011

Weekend DIY: Make Your Christmas Tree



I love the smell of pine on Christmas but ah well, cutting the trees down to have them inside isn't the best we can do for the forest, is it! Unless you use a live Christmas tree, which you can later plant in your garden, or you gather fallen or broken branches thus helping clean the forest, you will not be extremely green. But you can always use your imagination and create unusual, unexpected and over-exciting Christmas tree out of almost anything!

You will need some wooden rails and hot glue for this one. Click here to get to the easy tutorial.

Photo by by Alexandra Grablewski, courtesy of sweet paul

Who knew that you can make a sweet dimensional Christmas tree out of rolled paper? Visit A Little Tipsy for the instructions.
Photo: A Little Tipsy

Don't throw away your wine bottles, you might need them for Christmas!
Photo: shelterness


Plywood Christmas tree anyone? It is sturdy, three-dimensional and green!
Photo: shelterness

This one is so natural and reminds me a mobile. Great idea for small spaces!

Photo: hohumcards

For the passionate reader - a Christmas tree made of books!
Photo: feniture



‘Christmas tree for purists’ made of numerous oiled wooden beams from northern pine. 
Photo: Sandra Lindner
What Christmas tree will you have this year?

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