Christmas is getting close and it’s never too early to think about your DIY projects for the season. I absolutely LOVE decorating with different variations of Christmas trees. I don’t know why, but when I shop for Christmas decor I naturally gravitate to trees. Every. Single. Time. I have a nice collection of table top wooden, burlap, metal, and lighted trees. Of course, I love the traditional Christmas trees, too!

Confession:

One thing you should know about me: I love different. I rarely wear red at Christmas time and I have no problem eating a cold potato salad in the winter.  My daughters used to make fun of me for this, but now they find themselves doing the same thing! Ha! My love for “different” is what drew me to these fun, unique, creative, and imaginative  wood Christmas trees. I hope you find one that speaks to you.

Enjoy!

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5 Imaginative Wood Christmas Trees

  1. I LOVE the rustic look of this pallet tree. Perfect holiday decor for your home or office. Simple, one-color ornaments keep the focus where it should be: the wood.
5 Imaginative Wood Christmas Tree Ideas
DIY Pallet Wood Christmas Tree- My Repurposed Life

2. As soon as I saw this little tree set of three I reached for my jig saw 🙂 I mean how CUTE are these??. Just a few string lights and you’re good to go. No ornaments needed. I also love the non-traditional green color.

No surprise there 🙂

5 Imaginative Wood Christmas Tree Ideas
Wooden Christmas Trees with Lights-The DIY Dreamer

3. Another pallet tree. I LOVE the beautiful raw wood and simplicity of the decor.  Leave as is or use some bells like these to decorate it. Use this beauty to display your Christmas cards! Simply gorgeous.

5 Imaginative Wood Christmas Tree Ideas
Rustic Christmas card tree- Making it in the Mountains

 

4. This tree caught my eye immediately! I mean, how clever is this??? If you are short on space (or you just like to be different!), here is a very creative show stopper! You could use command strips to mount the wood pieces , then remove them after the holidays, without damaging your wall. So cool!!

 

5 Imaginative Wood Christmas Tree Ideas
Wall Mounted Wood Christmas Tree- source: welke.nl

 

5. I couldn’t pass up this beautiful white Christmas tree. Again, less is more! The pure white color brings out the texture. Use thick letters to get the look. I absolutely love this tree.

5 Imaginative Wood Christmas Trees
White Wood Christmas Tree with Letters- Crafty Sisters

Well, there you have it!! I hope you found some inspiration in one of these! Now let’s get craftin’ !

Happy wood tree building!

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Novice woodworker and serial Popcorn eater, Janice Thomas writes detailed tutorials that motivate others to "dare to try". Originally from Puerto Rico, Janice is fluent in Spanish and dreams of owning a beach house on the island someday! Janice currently lives in Utah with her husband and children, where she works as a university professor.

This Post Has 11 Comments

  1. I love different too! These are great ideas, with my fave being the first one! Although the corner-wrapped tree is very cool. Visiting from BOB Tribe.

    1. Janice

      Thanks for stopping by, Victoria! That corner tree is amazing!

  2. Claire

    Love these especially the one round the corner. I’m all for non traditional trees especially one that doesn’t take up too much space. With a husband 3 tall teenage boys, and a dog I find a traditional tree just gets in the way. They can go to grandmas for the traditional tree.

    1. Janice

      Thanks Claire!! Yay for going to grandma’s! 🙂

  3. debbie

    Lots of cute options. I love them all!

  4. Amanda

    I did the same thing when I stripped Dad’s old dresser, I used a different paint stripper than the magic orange stuff, then I found it when I ran out. It’s SO MUCH BETTER. The bench looks cute. Also, I wish I lived close enough to borrow your paint sprayer, my dresser needs a touch up 😉

    1. Janice

      Thanks, Amanda! I should have talked to you! I had no idea you had done that. Make sure you enter the giveaway!! 🙂

  5. Thomas

    Simple and creative. I love Wall Mounted Wood Christmas Tree, it looks perfect for your grey wall. Thanks for sharing.

  6. Kim Clark

    Thanks for the post Janice. It made my day. I always love Xmas trees like number 4. They look magical. Just light bulbs that tell the whole season.

  7. Natasha

    Cute roundup! I really like that tree that wraps around the corner.

    1. Janice

      Me too!

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