A few rows of wire hangers on the wall are the perfect way to show off cards in holiday style.
Turn plasticware into unique mantel or tabletop decor, by stacking them into little trees.
Pile up some extra pot and pan lids and then cover them in shimmering gold, for this repurposed rockstar of a tree.
Tomato cage trees decked out in deco mesh are a voluminous and light addition to your display.
If you’re lucky enough to have a license plate collection of your own, this is amazing.
If you’re a lover of all things industrial, get galvanized for this holiday, with a bucket tree.
If you're tight on space (or if this is your 5th tree already!), turn a wall into a flat tree.
If you love tomato cage trees, this mini tree made from covered fence wire will hit the spot - plus it’s easy to store!
A shimmering take on the spoon tree. And for this one, use the handles, too!
Make a plain planked tree, and then dress it up with ornaments and an actual advent calendar.
A pallet tree painted green is like a stuffed animal - cuter (and more manageable) than the real thing!
Piled suitcases have been done, but adding paint and a mermaid? This is one of a kind.
She saw these and Crate & Barrel, then went home and made them even better - so can you.
For a snowy & statuesque appeal, spray paint your Christmas tree in a stony grey hue.
A terra cotta pot is the perfect place to house a very different kind of leafy tree!
A coiled dryer vent wrapped in string lights makes an untraditional but extraordinary tree!
Getting some height in your tree design is as simple as using a ladder - literally.
Simply stack mason jars, for a makeshift tree that literally any DIYer would adore.