Nifty·Posted on Nov 29, 201238 Fabulous DIY Christmas Trees That Aren't Actual TreesIf you live in a small apartment or dorm room, or simply don't want to deal with the hassle of getting a tree, you can channel Christmas spirit in your home without any pine needles.by Peggy WangBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Use string art to draw a tree. 79ideas.org All you need is some string and a few nails to make a lovely minimalist tree decoration. 2. Glue together some twigs. draumesider.blogspot.com draumesider.blogspot.com 3. Or reuse scrap wood. myscandinavianhome.blogspot.com 4. Black stenciled Christmas trees look great in a spare black-and-white room. draumesider.blogspot.com norskeinteriorblogger.no 5. Repurpose a ladder. nedesignbuild.com shelterness.com 6. Decorate a small, dried tree with ornaments. norskeinteriorblogger.no 7. For the beer drinkers: Layer bottles to form a very impressive Christmas tree display. pattiewack.blogspot.com 8. Hang ornaments on your house plants. norskeinteriorblogger.no 9. Use washi tape to draw a Christmas tree on the wall. bloesem.blogs.com decopeques.com 10. Create a winter forest diorama. bkids.typepad.com Get the complete directions here. 11. Use books to build a tree. twigandthistle.com juniperbooks.com unconsumption.tumblr.com indulgy.com ffffound.com The shelf tree. 12. Make a felt-shingled tree. papiervalise.typepad.com Get the full directions here. 13. Draw a tree on a chalkboard painted wall. aleggup.com 14. Draw a Christmas tree on craft paper or fabric. i.imgur.com Hammer in some nails for hanging ornaments. 15. Make a branch ladder tree. s234.beta.photobucket.com 16. Give a money tree as a gift. thenshemade.com Get the full directions here. 17. For a more kitschy decor, hang a bunch of knickknacks in the shape of a tree on the wall. media-cache-ec6.pinterest.com apartmenttherapy.com 18. There are a few options for Christmas tree origami... View this video on YouTube youtube.com pinterest.com stephensorigami.blogspot.com Get the directions for this origami Christmas tree here. stranamasterov.ru Get the directions for this herringbone-form Christmas tree. 19. Create a Christmas-tree garland. lolanovablog.blogspot.com This one is made by gluing strips of fabric onto poster board. 20. Create a tree tower using boxes. houseofbliss.blogspot.com 21. Put up a tree Advent calendar. ohhappyday.com The large tree print is from IKEA. Get the full directions here. 22. Create a centerpiece with green paper rolled into trees. carnetsparisiens.com Unfortunately, the directions are in French. ashleykaitlin.blogspot.it Wrap the cones in yarn if you don't have the right color paper. These cone trees are made from paper plates. 23. Make trees wrapped in the fabric or wrapping paper of your choosing. thecreativityexchange.com Get the tutorial for these poster board cones here. 24. Use Post-It Notes. brightbazaar.blogspot.com 25. The layers of these trees are made from wire wrapped in ribbon. sparklepantsgirl.com Get the full directions here. 26. Hang balloons on the wall in the shape of a tree. frenchbydesign.blogspot.ie 27. Make a light tree. amerrymishapblog.com 28. Glue together wine corks to form a tree. media-cache-lt0.pinterest.com 29. Make a family of 3-D gingerbread Christmas trees. notmartha.org Get the recipe and directions here. 30. The simplest tree: Tape paper plates to the wall. vonblum.blogspot.com 31. Reuse your old newspapers. motherearthliving.com Full tutorial here. 32. Create an outline of a tree using a rainbow pom-pom garland. style-files.com 33. Make a Christmas tree crudité as a table centerpiece. jeannebenedict.com wannagreenbean.com 34. This tree is made from slivered almonds: littlethingsbringsmiles.com Get the directions here. 35. For the gardeners, here's a Christmas tree made from a tomato cage. nedesignbuild.com tomatoguy.com What a tomato cage looks like. 36. Create a display from Christmas cards. homelife.com.au 37. Make a rosette tree using satin fabric. boredandcrafty.com Full tutorial here. 38. Create a hanging ornament structure that resembles a tree. notmartha.org The full instructions are here and the blogger insists it's not as complicated as it looks!