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Some of us don't have enough room for a big tree; Some of us would like an additional tree, for example for the entrance or a children's room. So today I'm sharing the cutest ideas that don't take up any space - I mean floor space. Wall Christmas trees are easy to make yourself and look very eye-catching. So let's look at the most popular examples.
The most popular idea is to put Christmas lights on the wall in the shape of a tree. These can be lights of one or different colors, it can just be an outline or a zigzag, and you can leave it as it is or put some ornaments directly on the lights. The lights can have different shapes, such as stars, to look even more dreamy.
Wooden branches or sticks can make a beautiful and natural tree. Secure them together with jute or string and hang the whole piece on the wall. You can add some ornaments and lights too. If you live on the beach, take driftwood poles and decorate the tree with sea glass and seashells to celebrate Christmas on the beach.
Ornaments attached to the wall can form a tree by themselves without any additives. You can create a beautiful ombre tree or ornaments, a brightly colored or a tree out of felt Christmas ornaments for a cute, soft look. It can also be a nice craft for your kids because it's not difficult to make.
Copper pipes, branches, washi tape with lights, ornaments or cards can be another cool idea for a wall hanging tree. Get inspired!