For a multitude of reasons, our household does not own a Christmas tree
(lack of storage space/ cheeky pets/ toddler affectionately referred to as
In our pre-child years, we made do with a vase filled with red pebbles. We then stuck branches into said vase and decorated with baubles.
We pretended that this style was “Arty Australiana.”
Last year I followed this tutorial over at The Red Thread, and our tree looked like this…
(Best make a cup of tea before heading over to The Red Thread blog! It’s like falling down a rabbit hole of DIY loveliness!)
Apparently it’s less than 60 days until Christmas.
One of my most favourite pre-Christmas activities is daydreaming about ALLA the Christmas craft I
can could get up to.
Time to get my Christmas Tree Crafting Cap on.
Here’s my roundup of the loveliest wall Christmas Trees I’ve spotted on my Pinterest travels…
Source: Uberall & Nirgendwo
Source: Art and Chic
Source: Jane Schouten
Source: A Blog About Love
Source: Down to the Woods
I think this year’s tree may be an Art and Chic-inspired washi tape tree…
What is your favourite thing about the lead-up to Christmas?
I’m still deciding whether to put up our real tree this year or not. With an inquisitive toddler on the loose it might not work very well. Think I might investigate the tree wall idea further.
How stunning are these?!
I bought a metal, flat tree some years ago at a homewares store and I just hang small ornaments on it. It comes up nicely and doesn’t take up space. We also make one from a broken branch every year which we spray with snow and it always looks pretty.
I love the washi tape tree too, close second the pom poms and rabbit. I just love all the traditions and counting down with my son, my friend came last year and put up the tree with her godson, that was pretty special. I love christmas… it’s the most wonderful time of the year. Btw loved your tree last year too.
Oh wow how gorgeous are all of these! It makes me feel all Christmassy!!! Ooh I love the wooden slats tree especially 🙂 xx