'Tis the season to be jolly… and to decorate using red, green and white! Check out these Christmas trees made using books. Who would have thought there could be so many innovative ways of using books to create trees? You could use the ideas given below for inspiration…then dream up your own ways in which you could improvise and create a bookish Cjristmas tree, and put up the photographs in the comments section below!
Christmas tree made from books, strung up with lights
Grab a lot of books, stack them into the traditional coniferous tree shape, then hang your lights and ornaments on it… bingo! The perfect bookish Christmas tree!
Use your bookshelves to create a no-hassle Christmas tree
You'll need a fairly tall bookshelf for this one. Don't forget the star on the top shelf!
Vintage books to the rescue
If you have a bunch of classics lying around, their time-soaked pages will give this arrangement the old-world charm that makes it so distinctive. The white string of lights adds the right amount of festive cheer.
Christmas tree using books as branches
It's amazing how the shape of the book is used to advantage here! A superb Christmas tree up in minutes!
The arty Christmas tree
Simple yet starkly beautiful, this tree arrests the attention with its white and red highlights.
The Harry Potter Christmas tree!
How could we neglect to have this tree here? Can you find each of the Harry Potter references in the tree? Look out for: Prongs, the Weasley's flying car, Luna's spectrespecs, the Marauder's Map, and much much more!
Looks simple… but don't be too sure!
This tree needs just a single book… but don't be fooled by it's apparent simplicity! It would take a bit of finesse to get this just right.
The bedside companion Christmas tree
Just 4-5 books and a star on top, and your very own bedside Christmas tree is ready!
Turn your hands to sculpture
Another one of those trees that look simple but need some skill to get just right.
Stack 'em in the right shape
It's not Christmas magic holding up all those books in just the right spot… a but of glue and tape would be needed too. But doesn't it look awesome? Do share pics of your own Christmas trees in our comments section. Ho-ho-ho to you!
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