4 DIY Christmas Trees for Your Small Space

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Although we all want to decorate our homes for the holidays, it can be quite challenging when you’re working with a small space. In such cases, you can consider these DIY Christmas trees which are easy to make and take up very little space:

LED pre-lit tree

Just take an artificial tree that’s pre-lit with LED lights. Then wrap some glimmer strings around it and finish off with pinecone garland.

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Tree with string lights

With a pencil, make some light markings on your wall in the shape of a tree. Mount some hooks on the points you’ve marked. Then weave glitter strings on the hooks following a zigzag pattern.

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Garland tree on the wall

With a pencil, make some light markings on your wall in the shape of a tree. Mount hooks on your wall right on the marks you’ve made. Weave garland on the hooks and finish off by adding ornaments.

Hanging garland tree

Cut 2 pieces of twine and tie them on each end of a dowel. Screw some hooks into your ceiling about 2-feet apart. Tie the loose ends of the dowel to the hooks while making sure that each side has an equal length.