Six DIY Alternatives to Christmas Trees, Real or Fake
Last year, Americans spent almost a billion dollars on 27 million Christmas trees, according to the National Christmas Tree Association. It takes eight to 12 years for the average evergreen to gr
Let's be real; you probably aren't ever going to read a single one of those old magazines you keep lying around the house. Recycle them into a DIY magazine Christmas tree.
Skip the hassle of heading to the malls and grab the ladder from your garage for that classic A-line shape. The best part? It's got a built-in step-stool to hang up lights.
Some trees were already killed in the making of your old books. This Christmas, repurpose them in memory of their makers.
Grab knick-knacks from around your home and fashion a festive Wall Christmas Tree with your favorites. No purchase required.
Gather a few months worth of soda or beer bottles, then assemble them into a towering tribute to recycling. If you've got 40,000 empty Sprite liters laying around, you can make a
If your crafts of choice involve pallets and power tools, grab a drill and a hammer and build your own wooden tree. You can hold a holiday bonfire with the wood later.
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