20 Alternative Christmas Trees

Christmas is around the corner, and today I’m bringing you some ideas for alternative Christmas Trees. You don’t need to have too much space at home to enjoy having one!!

1. Junky Vintage Christmas Tree

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2. Crochet tree

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Via Tutti guardano le nuvole

3. Pallet wood Christmas trees

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Via Wild Flowers And Pistols

4. Christmas baubles tree

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Via My Sweet Things

5. Washi tape tree

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Via Thyme is honey

6.Tipee tree

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Via Web

7. Toilet paper rolls tree

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Via Ciloubidouille

8.Tomato cage tree

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Via Web

9. Ornament tree

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Via Little Red Brick House

10. Pallet Christmas Tree

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Via Red Head Can Decorate

11. Floating ornament tree

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Via Not Martha

12. Vintage paper tree

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Via Web

13. Egg carton tree

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Via Web

14. Reclaimed wood trees

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Via Web

15. Books tree

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Via Family Sponge

16. Fabric Christmas tree

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Via Diy Beautify

17. Canned tree

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Via Web

18. Ladder tree

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Via Funky Junk Interiors

19. Magazine Christmas Tree

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Via My Sweet Things

20. Reclaimed wood tree

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Via Web

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I hope you can find some inspiration for your own Christmas trees! Need more ideas for Christmas? Check out this or this.

If you want to see some other great ideas at repurposing, you can have a look here, or here.

Enjoy,

Pili

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44 comments

  1. Moira Armitage says:

    Hi Pili. Thanks for sharing these wonderful Chritmas tree ideas. I especially like all the ones made using wood. I have already made an alternative to the magazine one. I have overprayed it with sparkle glitter spray and will stick some wooden mini stick-ons which show Santa, a snowman and a reindeer on as ornaments.and then hang it up. The ‘ornaments’ used to be card decorations and I thought they would be ideal to use on the magazine tree. 🙂

    • Pili says:

      Hi, Moira!! I made once one which I sprayed in green and added white glitter on top which turned out really pretty!
      I would love to see yours!

    • Pili says:

      You’re very welcome, Diana!! I love your tree!! I have to look on my junk pile to see if I can do something similar lol
      Thanks for stopping by!

    • Pili says:

      Absolutely, the tipee one is great! Although you need to have room for it, or place it outside.
      Thanks for stopping by!

    • Pili says:

      Hi, Misty! I know it can be difficult to choose only one, they are so different but so cool in their style…
      Hugs

  2. Charlotte says:

    These are great (i’ve shared them) I loved your magazine tree you shared it was so inventive! we are limited with space so these are some fab ideas!

    • Pili says:

      Charlotte, I love you like it! It is really easy to make and at the same time it catches everyone’s attention.

      Thanks for stopping by!

    • Pili says:

      Haha Katrin, we need a palace to live in! I have some ideas for next year, maybe I could start now 😉

    • Pili says:

      Yes, number 3 is too cute. She also decoupaged the slats and the look is so lovely!
      Thanks for stopping by!

  3. Lindsay says:

    Pili, hey girl! 🙂

    So many alternative Christmas and I love so many of them. I particularly like the Door and the pallets of wood. The tomato plant cage is pretty ingenious too, and resourceful if you’re just looking at items from around the home.

    • Pili says:

      Hi, Lindsay!! We always look for things we already have around the home to make new projects. It’s a good way to declutter!
      Thank you so much for stopping by!!

    • Pili says:

      Becky, there are really great creative minds out there!! The ruler one is really cute, and one of my favorites too!
      I really appreciate you stopping by!

    • Pili says:

      I love you like them too, Linda!! It’s difficult for me to choose one or two, I would love to make all of them! I think I need to start working on this for next year 😉
      Thank you so much for visiting!

  4. Mary-the boondocks blog says:

    Pili, why did I not see this before? This is so fantastic! I especially love the one with the vintage papers. I’ve got plenty of those at home! But they are all very beautiful! Thanks for rounding them up!

    • Pili says:

      Thank you so much Mary!! I love the vintage paper tree too, I wonder how they glued/attached it to the wall…

  5. Nikki Frank-Hamilton says:

    I don’t know how to pick a favorite here! I did stumble this for next year, and I pinned it. There are so many cool ones! All the reclaimed wood trees, and the teepee tree, than hanging ornament tree, the palette tree…Wow! I’m gonna need a bigger house! xx

    • Pili says:

      I agree Nikki, we must move to a castle or something like that! I would love to make all of them too, maybe I need to start right now! The only problem is that I want to make so many things that I’ll end up doing just few of them…

    • Pili says:

      I love the paper tree too!! It is a great addition even if you have room for a traditional Christmas tree.
      Thanks for visiting!

  6. Joanita Theron says:

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  7. AJ @ Aspen Jay says:

    Hi Pili!
    Wow, I had seen a few of those trees before but not all of them. A canned Christmas tree? Or the egg carton tree… very creative. All of them are. Thanks for sharing your finds with us at Talented Tuesday. 🙂
    Cheers & Merry Christmas!
    AJ

    • Pili says:

      Yes, aren’t they cool? If we drank soda I would keep the cans for next Christmas! I can imagine my neighbours face 😉

  8. Denise/DIY Crush says:

    Nice collection of alternative Christmas trees! I love them all but number 2, the crochet tree has really caught my eye! It’s just darling! Thank you so much for sharing at my craft party on Thursday! Would love to see your newest posts this week, which starts at 7pm EST.

    • Pili says:

      I agree, Denise. I would love to learn crochet just to be able to make a pretty tree like that, I love it!
      Thanks for stopping by, I really appreciate you commenting.

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    • Pili says:

      You’re right, Indah, I would love to make all of them and place each in different places around here… if only I had the room to do that!

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