Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Peek to Some Unique Christmas Trees

I know this is a late post. By this time, I'm sure most of you have already built your own Christmas trees. But just the same, allow me to share some of the most innovative and impressive Christmas trees I encountered

A Christmas tree made of books

Photo from Library & Computing News
 If you have an extensive book collection at home then why not consider this. Empty your book shelves and arrange your books to a tree just for the season.

Who can resist to this?
Photo from Keropok Man
The kid at heart in me shouts for something like this

Why not try a Christmas tree made of ribbons and buttons?
Photo from About . com
I'm sure most of my blog friends into crafts would love the idea of this tree. Your scraps of ribbon and buttons can already be elegantly reused.

 How about old colorful buttons?

Photo from Cute and Sassy Designs
 
For the shoe addicts, a cupcake stand and a few pairs will do
Photo from Trendy Shoe Shop


Balloons or even the inexpensive Christmas decorative balls can form a tree 
Photo from Celebrate it!
Photo from Groupon Lifestlye
I love this! The color combinations are so feminine and refreshing.


How about an edible Christmas tree?

Photo from Crustabakes

I love M&Ms and potato chips, but in this case I have to think twice. How can I destroy this masterpiece?




Photo from Kitchensity

Go healthy with a fruity tree!

How about with the famous Japanese dish?
Photo from Straight from the Curls

Something sweet perhaps?
 
Photo from Straight from the Curls
Wow, another masterpiece!


A Christmas tree from the sea?


Photo from Aqua Nerd

Photo from Wonders of the Sea

Yes, it's possible with some great collection and creativity.

A floral tree arrangement from your garden
Photo from 1-800 Flowers


Recycling also works for Christmas trees!

A tree made of bottle corks

Photo from Homedit
  Old telephone directories, books and even newspapers can make small Christmas trees for your sidetables.
Photo from Recyclart


Photo from Recyclart

Blue and green looks so refreshing. Rival Pepsi and Sprite make a great Christmas tree! 
Photo from Olympia Dumpster Drivers

I never imagined that a ladder could serve as a Christmass tree.
Photo from Toe Smile
It really works!
Photo from Groupon Lifestyle

How about a tree where time becomes so plenty? ;-)

Photo from Country Living




This reminds me of Baguio City.


Photo from I'm so Vintage
 
A Christmas tree on your wall?

Photo from Groupon Lifestyle

I never thought of this too.

Photo from Ego Taco

How about bikes?
Photo from Eco Hook Ups
Hats off to the people who made this.

Another unique idea,
Photo from About . com
A tree made of lobster traps

Photo from Murdocks
Pepermint pebbles


 and this deserves a look

Photo from Home Re-Design

Your quiet throw pillows can turn to a tree

In case you want the traditional tree

Photo from Bothersome Toad
An Irish inspired tree with fairies and leprechauns..something like a fantasy theme


But above all the Christmas trees and other material things that excite us, I hope we don't forget this
Photo from Seaside Sundae

12 comments :

  1. wow i am in shock!
    i love the unique trees deco!
    people come up with crazy ideas!
    this year i actually saw a cardboard
    tree that you just open and put it together
    in 10 minutes haha!


    thank you for sharing doll!



    [x]♥[x]♥
    melina
    www.onlyaflightaway.blogspot.com

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  2. So many ideas! I am inspired... but since I leave next week I won't have time to make any for my desk here at the office. Hmmm.... but maybe something for the living room dun sa bahay where we stay sa province. We'll see. Thanks for sharing Diane!

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  3. This is the best xmas post Ive seen....super interesting all those trees. I want the shoe tree but with real shoes ;]

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  4. nako baka masira ko yung sushi christmas tree.. favorite ko kase. hehehe :)

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  5. These are just too cute, Diane. Thanks for sharing!

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  6. So many unique trees! I do love the book tree and button tree (gotta try this next year)!
    Thanks for sharing the Christmas spirit!

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  7. my trees just for you
    Thank you for your sharing
    Merry Merry christmas

    brikbrok.com

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  8. these are so cute!

    LOVE the blog, it's sooo cute!

    love, rach.
    www.so--hi.blogspot.com

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  9. What a cool collection of Christmas trees. I love the stuffed animal tree.How cute is that! Have a great weekend and Merry Christmas!

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  10. These are so creative. I think my favorite is the one with the books and then the ones on the wall. Thanks for sharing them Diane.
    I hope you and your family are OK. I thought about you when I heard about the floods. Stay safe!!

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  11. Hi Betsy! I assume you heard about the typhoon that unfortunately devastated the Southern part of the Philippines. We reside in the northern part, thank God for keeping us safe. But of course, I feel for my countrymen who were severely affected. Please include them in your prayers. Thanks

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  12. Amazing trees! I love those decorated with shells! Enjoy your week, my sweet name mate! ♥♥♥

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