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All kinds of environment-friendly Christmas tree decorations are all here

All kinds of environment-friendly Christmas tree decorations are all here

By  Linky Johnson 2018-12-11 520 0

The annual Christmas is coming again. In order to create a Christmas atmosphere, many people will buy a ready-made tree for decoration. This way is simple and fast, and after careful decoration, it's really beautiful, but it is not environmental-friendly. Who says Christmas trees must be made from trees? Today, I'm going to teach you some environment-friendly and beautiful Christmas tree decorations.

Popsicle Christmas tree

Material for preparation: 3 colored popsicles, 2.5*2.5 cm square brown cardboard, cut a shining star from the shiny cardboard surface, 1 hemp rope, about 15 cm long, hot melt glue gun, scissors and an artist's knife.


Popsicle Christmas tree 


Ornaments that can be used: Prepare small plush ball; shiny hair roots; small bell; small diamonds (fake); buttons; color strips.


Production steps:


First find a star figure, cut it off.

Then, using the star as a template, cut out the star pattern on the shiny cardboard. Take one of the popsicles and draw a line with a pencil at one end 1.8-2.5 cm. Cut it off with a knife. At the two ends of the cut popsicle stick, order a bit of hot melt glue separately. Stick the other two popsicles and make them into the shape of a tree.Clip the hemp rope between the two sticks and fix it with hot melt glue.At the top and bottom of the triangle, stick the stars and the small square, respectively; Then you can start decorating it.


You can put a lot of glue on the popsicle stick, and then stick the little fluffy ball on it. It can also be made with shiny hair roots wrapped around three sides of the triangle. You can also wrap hair roots in z-shaped triangles and put little bells on them. This you can hang in the home for decoration; you can also hang on the Christmas tree, as decoration oh.


Paper Christmas tree

Prepare paper, stick and bead.


Alternately string paper with wooden sticks, beads to create the appearance of the forest.


Paper Christmas tree 


Straw Christmas tree

Prepare paper straws, hot glue guns, stickers, ribbons, and scissors.

Production steps:


Glue two paper straws together to make a tree trunk with a hot glue gun. Starting from the top of the tree, paste the Christmas tree, increase the length in turn, and fix it with a hot glue gun. Cut off the spare trunk. Paste pentagram. You can add ribbons to decorate the Christmas tree oh.


Straw Christmas tree 


Ribbon Christmas tree

Prepare sticks, tie ribbons and fasten them, and exercise your child's finger flexibility.


Trim the sides.


Ribbon Christmas tree 


Withered branch Christmas tree

Collect branches. Punch a hole. Stick the branches to the trunk in the shape of a tree. Hang up the string after drying.


Withered branch Christmas tree 


Twigs and lights Christmas tree

Branches of dead trees are everywhere in the woods. They can also be used to make a beautiful Christmas tree.


If you don't want to be fixed to the wall, you can hang them up with a rope, and add a ball to it, just like the stars.


Twigs and lights Christmas tree 


LED light Christmas tree

If you don't have any material, "draw" a Christmas tree on the wall with a LED lamp.

The form is decided by oneself. You may hang some in the side some small ornaments.

If there are naughty children at home, considering safety, we should hang the lights a little higher.


LED light Christmas tree

Pineapple Christmas tree

If you want to add a tropical flavor to this year's festival decoration, you can learn how to dress up your pineapple in this festival. Because pineapple has become a new generation of Christmas tree!


Not everyone likes the festival to be mixed with religion, and decorating pineapple trees can be a non-traditional way to celebrate the festival. Unlike Christmas trees, they don't take up much space.

 

pineapple Christmas tree 

 

According to apartment therapy, a home design platform, pineapples are a sign of hospitality, which means they are a good way to welcome people to your home for the holidays. Apartment Therapy writes: "Pineapple is seen as a sign of welcome - its image can be used as a door ring, a bookcase and trinkets, and it always appears in the gift basket of a hotel."


How can "pineapple Christmas tree" be decorated?

How to decorate your pineapple Christmas tree? It all depends on the individual. You can put some light bulbs on the "hair" of a pineapple, wear sunglasses or a Christmas cap, wrap a string of lights, and even paint on a pineapple. The pineapple Christmas tree is fun, festive and very nice (and cheap).


You can even combine a pineapple family to assign a unique personality to each pineapple. In recent years, the popularity of decorative pineapples has increased. There are even many carved pineapples in 2017, instead of traditional pumpkins, suggesting that the tropical fruit will continue to be popular this Christmas.


Why are pineapple trees popular at Christmas?

First of all, it is much easier to dress up a Christmas pineapple than to carry a spruce tree home. In addition, Christmas trees may become dry, hard, and difficult to handle and clean sometime after the festival, which will never happen on pineapple trees. There are few drawbacks to dressing pineapples as Christmas trees during the 2017 holiday season.


The only thing you miss is the fascinating smell of spruce trees, but you can use aromatherapy candles or essential oils instead. Pineapple trees can also bring a tropical flavor, helping to resist winter melancholy. So pineapples are destined to be a substitute for Christmas trees.

 

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 6 Christmas light decoration ideas for indoors and outdoors
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