Who says Christmas cannot be celebrated without the traditional tree? You can stick to a more simple style by making one from a reclaimed pallet and decking it the same way with some modification. Moreover, wooden trees are pet-proof and portable. Here are some ways to build one this holiday season.
Discarded pallets can be given a creative touch by using them to make a sturdy X-mas tree.
Have you some plans with family this Thanksgiving to do something interesting? You can get them along and build a unique Christmas tree just before the holidays.
A dash of green added to the rustic pallet tree will make it appear in par with the traditional ones.
Welcome the crisp autumn and frosty winter in a lighter mood by erecting a wood-designed tree in the front of your house.
The pallet tree does not have to be festival specific. It can be simply used as a wall décor to brighten your room.
A ladder X-mas tree decked with ornaments adds a glittery spunk to your festive décor, something that has not been tried before.
The advantage of having a pallet tree at home gives you the choice of moving it from one place to another for different decorative purposes compared to a bulky traditional tree.
The trick here is to cover few of the slats of the tree to lend an elegant look. The finishing is done with sticking buttons to the tree in a particular pattern.
The twig star added at the top along with the wooden ornaments completes the look of the pallet tree. The burlap skirt laid at the base complements the rustic look of the tree.
If you want to begin with a simple pallet project, opt for a Christmas tree that involves no hassle.
A glowing pallet tree amid the darkness at the eve of Christmas is a sight to watch. If you want the same effect, quickly click on the above link.
Here, two pallet boards shaped into triangles are painted green and decorated with wooden discs and stars.
Surprise your guests with something unique on your Christmas party. Bet they will be astonished by the theme.
Nailed to the walls, the pallet slabs decorated with lights, photos, season greetings cards, and ribbons create a divine Christmas tree.
As the countdown begins to the happiest day of the year, you would love this particular theme for your pallet tree.
If you are already in the holiday mood, it’s time to add a unique statement accessory to your home. With a cool tree made from pallets, you would be doing something out-of-box this year.
Published on September 10th 2018 by Michelle Anderson