Christmas is nearly here! Everyone just seems so adventurous and excited to make beautiful things to decorate their homes for the holidays! During this Christmas season, the Christmas tree is always the shining centerpiece of your home. Use your creativity to make these alternative Christmas trees to add more holiday fun and warm to your limited space.
1.Wooden Pallet Christmas Tree: Still looking for some DIY Christmas tree inspirations? Here is a great idea of how to make a pallet Christmas tree! It looks great inside and outside the house! Tutorial via Affirmaison.
2.Large Rustic Pallet Christmas Tree: Another DIY simple pallet Christmas tree for you! Check out for the tutorial via Little House of Four.
3.Old Book Pages Christmas Tree: This decorative old book pages Christmas tree is super cute and easy to make! Also a great craft to make with your kids. It is perfect foe a small table! Check out the tutorial via Kayla Aimee.
4.Stacked Twig Christmas Tree: This decorative Christmas tree is made with stacked branches and twigs. Add a touch of rustic warm to your home with this project! Tutorial via Lalole Blog. Blogspot.
5.String Lights Christmas Tree: Create a lovely Christmas tree with string lights and add the felt or paper cut stars for a festive touch! Simple instructions via Martha Stewart.
6.Yarn Wrapped Christmas Tree: So beautiful with buttons and pompoms! Also make great gift for fiber lovers as a centerpiece or mantel or foyer decoration for any room. Tutorial via HGTV.
7.Paper Christmas Trees: Make some decorative Christmas trees out of recycled paper. Great for your table or mantel decoration this Chirstmas season! Tutorial and video via paper design.wonder how to.
8.Pine Cone Christmas Trees: Put pine cones to good use and make these easy but beautiful pine cone trees for your holiday decoration. See the quick tutorial via Scissors and Spoons.
9.DIY Christmas Tree Cones: Made with ruffled fabric and burlap. source.
10.Handmade Ribbon Christmas Tree: Use extra ribbons and cone stands to create this one of a kind Christmas tree. It is great both for table decorating and given gifts this Christmas season! See the tutorial via A Creative Yarn.
11.Washi Tape Christmas Tree: Create this little tree for hanging cards using washi tape, string, a tinsel garland, tacks, a red glitter star from IKEA. More details and instructions via thyme is honey.
12.License Plate Christmas Tree: Make an uniquely gorgeous Christmas Tree from upcycled license plates. Tutorial via A Piece of Rainbow.
13.Mason Jar Christmas Tree: Fill six mason jars of the same size with ornaments, tinsel, greenery. Assemble the jars in a pyramid, then wrap it with a shiny garland and top with a star. Perfect for a mantel or entry table decorating this Christmas. Via Country Living.
14.Wine Cork Christmas Tree: Make use of those leftover wine corks by turning them into fun Christmas tree. Tutorial via blog.kj.
15.Ladder Christmas Tree: This charming ladder tree is re-purposing at its finest! Look so gorgeous and have a rustic warm. More details and instructions via Funky Junk Interiors.
16.Plastic Spoon Christmas Trees: This is an easy, quick and affordable project. It takes only about 30 minutes to make and costs under $10. Another creative and unique DIY Christmas tree for your inspiration! See the tutorial via hometalk.
17.Whimsical Wire Christmas Tree: Simply wrapped some copper or steel around foam cones from the craft store to create this modern and whimsical Christmas tree! See the instructions via My Home My Style.
18.Pom Pom Ribbon Christmas Tree: This pom pom ribbon Christmas tree will add a colorful pop to any room. Perfect for a girl’s room! Get the tutorial via Cherished Bliss.
19.Tin Can Christmas Tree: Three tin cans in different sizes and some colorful pom poms make this unique Christmas tree! Super stunning and festive when topped with a glitter starry ornament! See the tutorial via Babbled Abble Do.
20.Candy Cane Christmas Tree: Amazing Christmas tree made with more than 500 candy canes! I’m sure this required quite a bit of patience. Are you ready to make this stunning one? See the full tutorial via Amen Photography.