1. Egg Carton Christmas Tree

2. Wrapping Paper Christmas Tree
3. Ladder Christmas Tree
4.Tripod Christmas Tree
5.Felt Ball Christmas Tree
6. Hardcove  Christmas Tree 
7.Balloon Christmas Tree
8.Wine Cork Christmas Tree
9. Driftwood Christmas Tree
10. Book Sculpture Christmas Tree
11.Button Christmas Tree
12.Dry Wood Christmas Tree
13.Broccoli Salad Christmas Tree
14.Light Christmas Tree
15.Newspaper Christmas Tree
16.Strawberry Chocolate Christmas Tree
17.D Gift Bag Christmas Tree
18.Cushion Christmas Tree
11/13/2013 10:05:04 am

I love all of these trees. I really like the broccoli tree. can you let me know how to do this? ox

11/13/2013 05:45:49 pm

I have done this before. You start with a Styrofoam tree that you can get at any craft store and using toothpick to get them to stay on. You can use other veggies. I placed lettuce as the first layer so that the items we ate were no directly on the Styrofoam. Cherry tomatoes are pretty when you spread them around as if they were Christmas balls.

Jan Greenlee Hayes
11/13/2013 10:37:44 am

I love exploring all of these clever designs. I had a drawer full of crochet doilies that my great grandmother and grandmother had made. I couldn't throw them away but they weren’t something I was able to use. They are festively wrapped around bright round Christmas ornaments and are the pride of my Christmas decor this year. Thanks for the wonderful ideas!!

11/13/2013 10:12:13 pm

I love the chocolate strawberry tree. I am assuming that the base is also a Styrofoam tree covered in chocolate but doesn't the Styrofoam come off along with the chocolate strawberry. Would love to make this. Could you please let me know about the base? Thanks! Love all the tree ideas

12/16/2013 05:08:28 am

Use parchment paper, wax paper or aluminum foil over the styrofoam - the chocolate won't stick to the first two (make sure the strawberries are cool and it won't stick to the foil, either).

12/6/2020 10:41:30 pm

Great post tthanks


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