Still want that pine scent from a real live tree but can’t find the room? Trying having a branch of a pine tree up and tying your ornaments to it. It’s like a sweet little Christmas themed mobile that is sure to bring cheer to what ever space it is hanging in.
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Is this the Christmas that you are going to switch it up and do a little something different? Well ... you've come to the right place, we've curated quite a few alternative Christmas Trees. From a flock of DIY doily Christmas trees to a magical floating Christmas Tree that will dazzle and amaze you. It's beginning to really look like Christmas.
Starting off with this effortless downy snow faux pine tree. Bring the snow inside.
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Not much room for a full fledged tree this year. Not to worry there are plenty of great flat tree ideas on Pinterest. We love this flat frame tree idea because it acts as a room divider with the added benefit of being able to see through it still.
This cute and cozy tree stand idea works for both live and faux trees! And when we say live we mean those cute little trees you see in pots with their roots still attached. If you are celebrating your first Xmas in your first home, You can plant that lovely little tree in your yard and remember that first Christmas for years to come.
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For those with a pine allergy and loads of free space, how fabulous would this Poinsettia look in your home! Such a perfect holiday icon.
Looking for a wall tree decor idea that won’t leave upset your landlord with a bunch of holes? All you need is a couple of rolls of copper Wassi Tape.
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A slightly different ideas for your tree decor that will give your home a scent of holiday spice is this dried orange slice tree. Learn how to make these old fashioned looking ornaments yourself at The Spotted Hare blog. We might be giving this a shot this year
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Spread the Christmas cheer even to your and your friends offices. These cute little pinecone trees are easy enough to make with a few crafts and some hot glue.
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These days its a cinch to get your photo printed… so why not snap a photo of a beautiful tree in the snow and print that up as your tree! We love this set of photos that sort of puzzle together to form the image of a tree. So cute!
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OMGoodness! We love a rainbow in the Wedding Chicks office and the thought of having a rainbow tree nearly put us over the moon with pure joy. We love it, and you know what they say about love? Love is love… is love is love.
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And for our warmer weather Christmas celebrators, don’t think we’ve forgotten about you. We found this tropical flower themed tree that caught us so off guard we just had to stare at it in amazement for a few minutes. No, they aren’t real flowers, but boy do they make for quite the beautiful statement piece for your front window.
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You'll Need the following supplies - paper doilies, hot glue gun, twigs branches and vessels to hold them(vintage milk bottle, glass vase, glass cups).
Cut a wedge out of a round doily and bring the cut edges together to form a cone. The size of your wedge will determine how narrow the cone is. Glue the cone together and slide onto the stick. Glue into place. Add more cones in decreasing sizes to create a layered tree.
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