17 DIY Instructions and Ideas to Make a Christmas Tree with Books
Books are man’s best friends helping in enhancing their perspective about the vast world they dwell in. However, apart from imparting knowledge and providing pleasure, the books we read daily can be utilized in making a variety of awesome crafts for intensifying the décor of our house. Have you ever thought how unique your home would look this Christmas if you accumulate together all the books you no longer need to build a gorgeous tree? We will guide you through some interesting ideas to help you make these admirable craft works this festive season.
How useful would your old book be when shaped into an elegant Christmas tree, sitting gracefully on your study table!
You can even make a small paper star instead of the bow topper to adorn the Christmas tree. Decorate it with colorful lights to create a stunning visual impact.
You may also open the books and arrange it one on top of the other in an inverted way. Beautiful balls and decorative hangings are other available options.
The beauty of the tree depends on how much you embellish or decorate it.
The arrangement of books is a crucial factor responsible for making your tree stand out. The green frilled papers along with the gifts, lights and star makes it look magnificent.
For further decorations add sparkles and glitters as well as a showy star.
What an incredible piece of art can you create by just folding the pages of an old, unused book! The addition of buttons and snowflakes makes it appear even more splendid. You may replace the burlap ribbon with a colorful satin ribbon if you desire.
These miniature paper trees serve as great ornaments for the main one. You may make ones using colored, crepe or felt paper.
The uniformly stacked books would look much better when added with a lot of decorations.
Other Simple Ways to Make a Christmas Tree with Books
If you have same-colored hard covered books, then arrange them in a reverse way, one on top of the other. The red lights give your book Christmas tree a ravishing look.
Take a cue from this picture to make this stylish tree where three fat binding books have been supported by light ones on top. The handmade flower complements the tree well.
While arranging your house for the festive season, you may simply keep your books on the shelf in such a way that it resembles a Christmas tree. To give it the appearance of a real tree add a star
Another wonderful idea, where the pages from the middle of the book are folded, wrapped with lights as well as other decorations.
Hope these instructions would be of suitable aid to you to build up your tree this festive season. You may even make Christmas trees out of felt paper, candy wreaths and wine bottles among other available objects of daily use and place your innovative work in a corner to make the guests admire your artistic bend of mind.
Published on November 9th 2015 by Miranda Gibbs