I've always liked the idea of a wall mounted Christmas tree, especially because I live in a small apartment where floor space is at a premium. But most of the ones I've seen mounted on walls don't tend to look like real Christmas trees, which is what I wanted. So I came up with this idea to use pine garland to make a more traditional looking wall mounted Christmas tree. It's so easy to put up and I especially love the fact that there's no chance that my cat will topple it over, win-win!
Wall Mounted Christmas Tree
I drew the outline of the tree with painters tape, and I made the base 3 ft wide.
Then it was just a matter of using the flex tabs to hang the garlands, starting with the outline first.
Then I filled in the middle and removed the tape.
And then came the fun part, decorating the tree with lights and ornaments, just like a regular Christmas tree.
It's amazing how real it looks and it doesn't take up any floor space. Since the hang tabs have a temporary adhesive, it will be easy to take down without leaving a mark on the walls.
You can see the full tutorial and a video on how to make this wall mounted Christmas tree on my blog - see link below. Happy Holidays!
- Glue dots (amazon)
- Garland (amazon)
Alex on Sep 03, 2020
A-ha!! We were just discussing Christmas trees a couple of days ago. My sons SO asked if we were having one this year as we're in a new, smaller place. My SO said we'd definitely fit one in, and I said "on the wall." They really thought I was joking. I've just shared this with them! 🤣🤣
Thank you so much.