It’s nearly that time for jingle bells to ring at our door. If you’re a crazy DIY being like me, this is the perfect time to spice up your passion by adding a festive touch to it.
The idea of creating a Driftwood Christmas tree has been ringing in my mind for long as this adds beauty to the occasion and gives a significant degree of satisfaction.
However, creating that perfect DIY driftwood Christmas tree sounds like a dreamt challenge to my ears.
How To Make A Driftwood Christmas Tree
Making a driftwood Christmas tree at home requires several pieces of driftwood (from small to large lengths), some string or twine and glue.
The rest depends of course on the type of Christmas tree you are thinking of making.
Once you’ve got these materials ready, it’s time to start the experiment following these simple steps:
1: Gather driftwood pieces
2: Arrange driftwood pieces
3: Attach the center rod.
4: Set the base log.
5: Decorate the tree.
Let’s now get inspired by other’s creations so we can create our own.
Best DIY Driftwood Christmas Trees
Are you looking for some more inspiration to set driftwood Christmas trees? Here are more ideas drafted exclusively for you.
Miniature Christmas Tree
Running short of driftwood pieces to set the Christmas tree?
Perhaps, you can make a miniature Christmas tree and top it with a tree topper. This is going to look professional and cute. This Christmas tree version is ideal for preschools and can also be used as an experiment to engage kids.
Wall-based Christmas Tree
If you’re running short of supplies and also want to turn your Christmas tree into a permanent wall craft, here’s the one for you.
This DIY driftwood Christmas tree needs less than 20 pieces of driftwood.
You can connect various tree toppers, lights, and bells in the middle of these wood pieces. This approach undoubtedly adorns your living area and is a multipurpose model.
Large Driftwood Christmas Trees
If you’ve too many driftwood pieces at home, you can give them a twist by creating multiple trees and hanging them on branches of the actual tree.
Need some insights? Here you go.
The fascinating aspect about this tree is that you don’t use external supplies, and you use real wood pieces to craft the massive tree. If you’re living in a community, you can use this model to create a massive tree.
Perhaps, at the end of Christmas, you can even think of gifting miniature trees (that are hanging) to your neighbors.
Sounds great, right?
Driftwood Christmas Tree Gifts
If you’re frustrated in finding magnificent gifts for Christmas eve, look no further. Here’s an idea that can blow your visitor’s mind.
Create as many tiny trees as feasible and wrap them in a cardboard box. As guests arrive for the Christmas feast, gift these trees to them, and they’ll be spellbound.
That has been our experience in gifting guests in the last few years!
Last Minute DIY Driftwood Christmas Tree
Perhaps, most of us are forced to set up our Christmas trees at the eleventh hour. While this can be painstaking, the truth is that you can still create butterflies in your family’s stomach with this fabulous idea.
Take a center rod and let it stand on the base log.
Align all pieces on their sides. Voila, your tree is ready to flaunt!
What’s more? You can recycle these pieces and make a recycled driftwood Christmas tree every year with them.
Note: Remember to store them appropriately.
Christmas is a day of happiness, celebration, and sharing. As guests arrive at your home, it’s important to give them a rich look with decorations made exclusively for Eve.
With driftwood Christmas trees in place, your guests are probably going to fall in love with the arrangements and your creativity as well.
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