Christmas Veggies 1
I bet even the little ones will eat their veggies if they are presented in the form of a tree in the Christmas table. This crudité assortment is also a great idea to bring as a hostess gift to a holiday party.
Pallet Tree 2
There's no better way to celebrate the season of giving, than giving to the planet. I love this tree made with pallets. Just make sure to wear gloves when working with wood. Splinters can be nasty!
Miniature tree table top 3
This tiny tree should be replicated in odd numbers on your holiday table, fireplace mantel or window casing. Just grab some branches, work your magic with burlap and ¡listo! a beautiful arbolito.
The ladder tree 5
You may get some criticism with his one, but here is a place for the gifts and that is all it counts, right?
The money tree 6
I bet many older kids would be delighted to get one of these, instead of a traditional gift under a real tree. I know I would. The detailed instructions are found at Then She Made.
Tree cones 7
Kids and adults can have lots of fun painting and decorating these pine cones. I bet if you do enough, Santa will find them without a problem. Instructions for the whole project are on Christmas 365.
The light tree 8
It can't be easier and more fun than this. You only need a roll of kitchen towels, a flash light and a cardboard cut-out the shape of a tree. If you are artsy, you can do other shapes and enjoy some good old fashion laughs, while the cookies bake for Santa.
Dessert tree 9
The British blog Candyquik has stolen my heart and doubled my appetite. I bet nobody will be thinking of a pine tree when they have this gorgeous one made with cake pops.