5 Extraordinary Ways to Decorate your Christmas Tree this Season

By Melissa Snyte
 
  • 1. Book Tree

    Are you a bookworm? If you have piles of books that you can easily turn into a life-sized Christmas tree.

    Book Tree
  • 2. Throw Pillow Tree

    This is one way of putting a little more flair into your tree decorating. You’ll need about 20 pieces of throw pillows plus smaller ones for the top.

    Throw Pillow Tree
  • 3. Santa Elves Tree

    Of the ideas to decorate your tree listed here, this would probably be the most colorful and challenging. You will need large puppet elves, real candy canes, cut outs of elf hats, candy canes, ribbons and makeshift gifts.

    Santa Elves Tree
  • 4. Upside Down Tree

    If you have a way of hanging your tree to the ceiling, it’s one of the fastest ways you can instantly get praises for your unique decorating idea.

    Upside Down Tree
  • 5. Hanging Circles

    Cut out pieces of circles using cardboard paper. It’s best if you can get one already lined with silvery or golden glitters.

    Hanging Circles

Who said decorating your Christmas tree must conform with any tradition or guideline to make it a real Christmas tree? It’s time to revamp your age old Christmas tree decorating ideas. It’s the only way to make your tree stand out.

Oh Christmas tree, Oh Christmas tree

The tree has become one of the most glaring symbols that define the holiday season. Here are 5 ideas to decorate your tree anew this holidays:

1. Book Tree

Book Tree

Are you a bookworm? If you have piles of books that you can easily turn into a life-sized Christmas tree then, it’s one of the easiest ways you can make your Christmas tree different and one-of-a-kind. Form a cone. Top with Christmas lights and a star on the tip.

2. Throw Pillow Tree

Throw Pillow Tree

This is one way of putting a little more flair into your tree decorating. You’ll need about 20 pieces of throw pillows plus smaller ones for the top. How many pieces will depend on how tall you want your tree to be. Choose flat pillows for easier decorating. You need covers in the Christmas color of your choosing. Plain cloth covers are more chic than printed ones. Place these on top of each other and put a star on top.

3. Santa Elves Tree

Santa Elves Tree

Of the ideas to decorate your tree listed here, this would probably be the most colorful and challenging. You will need large puppet elves, real candy canes, cut outs of elf hats, candy canes, ribbons and makeshift gifts. The idea is to pack all of these elements into your Christmas tree, almost not allowing the tree to show through. Ideally, all of your elements are in red and green shades. Start placing these on the tree.

Read AlsoTrendy Christmas Outfits to Make You the Most Fashionable in the Bunch

4. Upside Down Tree

Upside Down Tree

If you have a way of hanging your tree to the ceiling, it’s one of the fastest ways you can instantly get praises for your unique decorating idea. Then, decorate everything as you would if it was upright.

5. Hanging Circles

Hanging Circles

Cut out pieces of circles using cardboard paper. It’s best if you can get one already lined with silvery or golden glitters. Once you have your circles in different sizes, place them inside of each other. Imagine diagonal lines running from the inner circle to the outer circles, punch holes around where the diagonal line crosses. Then,attach a string by tying up around the diagonal lines. Take a thicker string to hang the tree on the ceiling.

Cut out small circles using shiny paper. Punch a hole on each. With a string, attach around the makeshift tree. Place a low glow bulb at the center bottom. Enjoy the tree and the reflection it makes around the room.

You May LikeWhat Should You Have in Your Makeup Kit This Christmas?

Conclusion

Play up your Christmas tree decorating know-how with these 5 decorating ideas. It’s not easy to be decorating for the holidays anyways so, why not make yours a little bit more different this year?

Like this post? There’s more. Get tons of beauty tips, tutorials, and news on the thebeautyinsiders Facebook & Twitter page. Like us on Facebook – we’ll see you there!

Melissa Snyte

Melissa Snyte has been part of TheBeautyInsiders for over 6 years. She hold a degree MA( English) from Oxford University. She found her love with beauty industry and began contributing her ideas in this filed. She also holds BA (Hons) Make-up for Media and Performance. In her free time she enjoys painting and doing gardening.