DIY Christmas Trees for Color-Loving Non-Traditionalists

DIY Christmas Trees for Color-Loving Non-Traditionalists

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Dabney Frake
Dec 1, 2015
(Image credit: Poppytalk)

If you like pink and yellow over red and green, then traditional Christmas trees might not be your cup of tea. Any one of these brilliantly-hued decorations will provide happy holiday cheer this season, and bring new meaning to the term merry and bright.

Above, Poppytalk shared this lush and colorful version with tissue paper flowers instead of greenery.

(Image credit: Lovely Indeed)

This bright yellow geometric painted tree from Lovely Indeed is so super happy.

(Image credit: Urban Outfitters)

Urban Outfitters shared this skinny tree that looks like it jumped out of a Peanuts Christmas special.

(Image credit: Martha Stewart)

It looks like Martha Stewart made this tree out PVC pipes that are filled with assorted ornaments.

(Image credit: Sugar & Cloth)

And then there’s the traditional Christmas tree cactus from Sugar & Cloth.

(Image credit: Studio DIY)
Bring out the honeycomb decorations to recreate this fun tree from Studio DIY.
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Instructables has a free template so you can create this 3D paper tree.