5 Totally Doable DIY Christmas Trees

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I am sharing with you 5 DIY Christmas trees that look gorgeous and will really get you into the holiday season!

Raise your hand if you’ve already started working on Christmas projects for this year.  This is one of my favorite times of year for decorating.

I’ve seen some really adorable diy Christmas trees around the web lately.  Here are 5 to inspire you.  Enjoy!

This stunning DIY wall Christmas tree is rustic and very charming.

DIY Christmas treePin

Found on Pinterest.  Original source unknown.


Turn a ready-made or diy pom-pom garland into the shape of a Christmas tree.

A diy Christmas tree using a pompom garlandPin

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For all of you pallet wood users out there, try making this eclectic wooden tree!

DIY Christmas treePin


Glue torn bits of paper onto a piece of cardboard and tuck it into a bookcase, for a simple but captivating look.

Glue torn bits of paper to a piece of cardboard for a diy Christmas treePin

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I’ll end with an over the top tree made by covering a foam shaped tree with vintage costume jewelry.  Oooh how pretty!

Cover a tree shaped piece of foam with vintage costume jewelry for a one of a kind diy Christmas treePin

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So tell me – are you in Christmas mode yet?   I hope this inspires you for the Christmas season!


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    1. I love a Charlie Brown tree, Marisa!

  1. I need to get inspired since I need to decorate early for a blogger tour of homes! I feel like I’m selling out on Thanksgiving! I have a costume jewelry tree that’s made of my great grandmother’s jewelry and I love it – one of my favorite Christmas decorations of all time!

    1. That sounds so cool, Jenny. I have quite a bit of costume jewelry that my mom passed on to me. I think she would very much approve if I used it make a Christmas tree in her memory. I’m having a lot of trouble wrapping my head around the holidays this year – too much going on with our house reno. :/

  2. Saw your pretty post at Kim’s Wow party, love those white trees. I have often seen pretty, inexpensive pieces at the thrift store and wanted to do this, but never knew how…now I do! Thanks for the how to! 🙂

    1. I’d love to make one of the jewelry trees too, Kim. Good luck with yours!

  3. These are some awesome Christmas trees to inspire us. Thanks so much for sharing these!

    1. I’m glad that you found some inspiration, Christie. Thank you for stopping by!

  4. I love this roundup of great ideas. These are totally do-able! I better get cracking with my Christmas decor. 😉

    Thanks so much for the inspiration and for sharing on Show Me Saturday!
    ~ Ashley

  5. Hi Suzy.Thanks for your linking to our site. Just discovering your website… We love your inspiring ideas and projects. Best from Spain!

  6. I’m certainly NOT ready for Christmas yet. However, our calendar has filled up in just the last week or so. Still plan on doing the decorating the weekend AFTER Thanksgiving, but I have worked on a few projects (bleached pine cones) which take awhile to get the way you want. Love these trees though! Hugs from Florida!

  7. Thanks for the ideas…but it’s too early for me! I don’t do any decorating until at least after Thanksgiving. One holiday at a time! 😉

  8. I’ve had Christmas on my mind, so yes, lots of inspiration. I was just thinking about my tree today so love the little tree from torn pieces of paper. I was thinking I could do this with my 6 year old grandson. Thanks.