Four Rockin' Fake Christmas Trees

A spruce tree in the house may smell great, but it's a lot of work! Between the mountains of needles and the endless watering, sometimes it’s better to just go faux. Get a little crazy this year with one of these offbeat Christmas tree alternatives: http://bit.ly/1iPTrfr
Cardboard. If you love lights and ornaments but hate the cleanup process of a real Christmas tree, this cardboard option might be the answer. It’s all of the sparkle with none of the cleanup.
Decal. There’s no easier way to decorate for Christmas than to use decals. You literally just have to peel, stick and enjoy. Once the holidays are over, use your hair dryer to get your festive decal off of the wall.
Twigs. Perfectly straight sticks are hard to come by, but if you manage to find a bunch, turn them into a makeshift tree! Place your branches on the wall and roll them until they’re relatively flush against the surface.
Lights. It’s all about the lights. For a low-budget, high-impact tree, simply tack a strand (or two) of lights on your wall. Arrange your lights in any shape or size, and plug them in for an instant, glowing tree.

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