Repurposed DIY Christmas Trees
Making DIY Christmas trees from repurposed and reused items is one of my favorite things to do, and the creative possibilities are really endless.
There are so many things that can be used to make the Christmas tree shape, and here are 12 projects that I hope will inspire you to create some of your own.
This repurposed Christmas Tree is made from metal strainer pieces and is a fun and easy project.
These metal salad tong trees can be dressed up and decorated with any bits and pieces that you have.
This Christmas Tree wall art is made using vintage metal flower-shaped light reflectors and vintage plastic light reflectors.
It’s super easy to create unique trees using styrofoam shapes and whatever you have to cover them with. Here two trees are dressed with wraparound laces, and one is covered in hot pink pom poms.
This is a great way to display some vintage ornaments, like these lovely soft pink beauties.
Here are three more trees using styrofoam tree shapes. These three are covered with pink cotton balls, white cleansing rounds, and miniature millinery roses.
Stacking different sized mini tart tins makes a quick and cute tree.
Using mini tea cups is a lovely way to display some vintage bottle brush trees.
Two hand saws with a lot of patina can make one fun and funky Christmas tree decorated with necklaces and mini ornaments.
This vintage folding ruler creates a lovely tree shape, which holds some vintage mini pink ornaments beautifully.
A bunch of mini presents that I found at the dollar store create this sparkly and colorful tree.
This winter wonderland tree is made from repurposed shower curtain rings.
I hope you enjoyed these Christmas Tree projects.
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Thanks so much for reading and until next time,