Our eco-friendly alternatives to the Christmas tree

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Our eco-friendly alternatives to the Christmas tree

Like many people, you are aware that the environment is gradually deteriorating. It is therefore necessary to think of ecological solutions for every action you take. Thus, finding a good eco-friendly alternative to replace the Christmas tree is one of the best options to preserve nature, with the aim of zero waste. Discover some DIY tips to forget about using the tree.

Like many people, you are aware that the environment is gradually deteriorating. It is therefore necessary to think of ecological solutions for every action you take. Thus, finding a good eco-friendly alternative to replace the Christmas tree is one of the best options to preserve nature, with the aim of zero waste. Discover some DIY tips to forget about using the tree.


Book tree


Do you have several books that you have already read and that fill your shelf? Then use them to make a tree next Christmas. You can stack them one by one, making sure that they simply take the shape of a tree. To get the point, you can place an open book upside down. All that's left to do is to decorate your new tree with garlands or baubles according to your inspiration.

 


Collected wood tree


If you want to keep it natural and ecologically sound, you can also use collected branches to make an original tree. Make sure you use a variety of sizes and around forty or more if you want to make a large Christmas tree.

 


Origami tree


Origami enthusiasts will probably have no trouble creating an original tree to brighten up Christmas. As well as helping the environment, your origami tree will also help you show off your talent. All you need is a few sheets of preferably thick paper to make this masterpiece. Note that you can find several free tutorials online if you are not inspired enough.

 


Pallet tree


If you feel you have a talent for DIY, then it's time to bring it out. Another zero waste goal is to make a DIY Christmas tree yourself using old pallets. Simply cut it into the shape of a tree or a simple triangle and decorate it to your liking.


Christmas tree made from toilet paper rolls


One of the best ways to protect the environment is to use toilet paper rolls instead of throwing them away to make original objects like a Christmas tree. Get a good dose of inspiration to bring out the Christmas spirit in your creation.


Tree with garlands


This is probably the simplest, but most decorative, of the eco-friendly alternatives to the Christmas tree. What's more, you don't need to be a professional decorator to design a Christmas tree with garlands on your wall. By opting for this technique, you will save space to place the children's toys.

 


Lighted tree


Just like the tree with garlands, the one with lights gives the same effect, but brighter. In fact, this eco-friendly alternative to the Christmas tree has become increasingly popular in recent years. The idea is to draw a tree on the wall with luminous objects while preserving the environment. All you have to do is fix them properly and you're done.

 

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