Quick DIY Christmas Tree (off the floor, on the wall!) Tutorial

Tutorial on how to create Christmas Tree on the wall

If you have a toddler running around the house, you can imagine how tempting the Christmas tree is for someone that age (and size). Keeping everyone’s best interests (and my sanity) in mind, I looked all over the Internet for an easy wall Christmas tree DIY. No luck! I found some real pretty ones that were hard to replicate in the short time I had – 2 hours!

So I thought and thought, and finally when I opened my box of Christmas decorations I chanced upon the artificial fir decoration from last year, and thought, why not turn it into a tree? I had nothing to lose, and a tree to gain, so I gave it a shot!

DIY Christmas Tree on the wall

I found some old clothes hangars, and cut them up – the top part, and the base…then I wound some green crepe paper strips to cover the hangar. I then found some decorative pipe cleaners in green and red from my Christmasses in Kuwait. They were used to fasten the tree decoration onto the hangar bits – the top and the base at two different ends of the decoration.

I then laid the fir out in a squiggly abstract Christmas tree shape. It looked good all laid out like that, but the middle had no body. So I broke a couple more hangars, backed the middle levels with them, and clumsily tied bits of string to hold them together just so! I’m afraid I don’t have pics of the whole process. I was racing against time – and I had to finish the tree before my toddler woke up! 🙂

The good news is, when I hung it up, it retained its shape – and this is how it looked!

hanging christmas tree on the wall

This is a closeup of the shelf below the tree. All these things were gifts from special people.

I thought I would hang it somewhere else (just to see how it looked there)…

Christmas decoration at the bottom of the christmass tree

Which place did you like better? Let me know.

And, in other news, I have started my Christmas cakes, bakes and sweets, and here’s a preview of the marshmallow prep.

baking christmas cake

So while I am busy with all this, I still have some great posts lined up, and lovely giveaways both for Christmas and New Year! So do come back!





  1. Great idea. have a lovely weekend.

  2. Neat idea! I shd have thought of this when my girls were toddlers!

  3. Gosh dear … your a Wiz…
    I loved your idea of a Christmas tree…. Will tell mum hubby to imitate it!!! 🙂

    Everything is so artistic and done in style!!

    sunita / Kuwait

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