Decorating a Christmas tree with family is the best childhood memories. Some people try to make an idea to replace artificial trees. And now, It’s a most recent trend is DIY Homemade Christmas tree! Which tree make home it’s not an actual tree, or for the people, who want to make the holidays more special, Christmas decoration is a great project. Perfect size, color, style, and the texture selection make the tree and the Christmas decorations amazing. If a Christmas tree can make like beautiful, it enhances room décor much.  For this, we collect some ideas, for DIY decoration which we want to use upcoming Christmas. What will yours look like this years?

  1. Floating Christmas Tree

At shopping time we found a lot of ornaments like a little crazy. We decided it would be worth it to see how three different options would look. We collect some silver ornaments boxed set, green ornaments with three different textures and three sizes of clear glass ornaments that look a bit like bubbles.

Floating Christmas Tree

After bond all of these ornaments we make an excellent floating Christmas tree.

  1. Wrapping Paper Christmas Tree

Before making this paper tree try called a few of your creative friends for planning together.

Everybody got important tools like scissors, the glue of all kinds’ retractable x-acto knives, foam boards, and self-healing cutting mats.

This was a great excuse to whip up some Starbuck’s Caramel Apple Spice, Nutella hot chocolate and pumpkin pie cake. Everyone brought a roll of wrapping paper, and we got to work on a little Pinterest inspired Christmas decor project.

Wrapping Paper Christmas Tree

All of the person, not the able house, but that doesn’t mean you can’t do the make and take! For making this tree we need some Supplies:

  • Wrapping paper
  • Elmers Glue Spots
  • Elmer’s foam board (we used bifold, but you only need one side)
  • Scissors
  • Large Popsicle sticks
  • Heavy-duty kitchen shears
  • Garden twine
  • Elmers tacky glue
  • Hot glue
  • Wood Star
  • Martha Stewart Glitter Paint
  • Buttons

After Cut pieces of wrapping paper and roll them into tubes securing with a few glue spots. Secure the glue spots to the foam board, making the tubes progressively smaller.

  1. Shelf-made Christmas Tree

Before making the tree, these elements need:

  • 1x4x6′ (2)
  • Hooks
  • Stain (soft rag)
  • Tape Measure
  • Saw (I used a miter saw, but you could even use a hand saw and miter box)
  • Finish Nails
  • Nail Gun (optional)
  • Safety Glasses
  • Hangers (I used d rings)

Shelf-made Christmas Tree

After done angle and orientation, we placed upper and lower shelves on the tree. Shelf to draw a line. They were both cuts on both ends at the 22.5° angle. Sometimes power tools and DIY act a little scary. Some home improvement blog may help you learn about tools and home improvement projects if anyone more interest in my can attend a DIY workshop near you.

For clear Idea attach a video here

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tvuPHw_jg80

4. Ball Christmas Tree

Fir trees made of balloons, wooden crates or beautiful cakes will turn into a Christmas tree.

Ball Christmas Tree

Gourmand, white, wooden or pompom, these conifers of a new kind are also full of beautiful toys and gifts for our children.

5. 3D Christmas tree

Paper and a variety of decorative materials need to make this 3d tree

  • Green color paper
  • Scissors.
  • A marker.
  • Clear tape.

3D Paper Christmas Tree

Cut tree shapes of construction paper if you want to make a large tree by using two full-size sheets of construction paper, one piece of paper in half.

  1. Button and pearl Christmas tree

Sometimes our wine glasses get broken. If seems this broken glass not need any work it’s exactly not by using some tricks we can make impressive Chrismas trees.

Decorate glass button and pearls. This Chrismas tree use in a centerpiece in the dinner table.

Button and pearl Christmas tree

Green acrylic paint, tape, cardboard, PVA glue, buttons, Ceramic Modelling Clay needs to make the tree.

  1. Wool or sisal in green

For making tree structure use cone of cardboard, wrap this with tape and bond this PVA glue for strong. Paint the cone with paint. After this warp it green sisal and use the glue gun to decorate the Christmas tree with button and pearls.

Wool or sisal in green

  1. Felt Tree

Christmas tree normally very sharp in needles but very soft and pleasant in touch.

Felt Christmas Tree

For making this tree takes a few things and ties them with a cord. For keeping straying take pot with some floral foam for creation of the composition.

  1. Bottle Christmas Tree

Making Christmas day special, you can decorate the dinner table with small amazing bottle Christmas tree. It will be a great gift for your friend and child.

Bottle Christmas Tree

Take cardboard paper and fold paper cone for fit with a bottle. After this use glue gun for edges. With three ribbons warp the tree top to bottom. When ribbon warps complete, and then decorate a tree with glitter and pearl.

Conclusion

We hope this discuss to try to give you plenty of inspiration for making homemade Christmas decorations upcoming Christmas.  It wills really is a lovely project if you do this with kids or family members.