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Christmas tree : New trends

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Christmas tree: New trends

Christmas trees are so much a part of tradition. But that does not mean that one has to be traditional in their outlook. With the changing times, and shrinking spaces, Christmas Trees are also getting a makeover. Here are some amusing trends that kept cropping up in our searches.

Book Christmas Trees

Lazy? Do not want to read during the holidays, then this Christmas tree is for you. Stack up all your books in no particular order. Decorate it with some LED lights you picked up or those old decorations you have.

Glitter trees

Christmas tree : New trends

Glitter trees are for people who do not have the patience or the space for a traditional Christmas Tree. Trace out a square on your walls. Adorn it with glitter and a couple of decorations and lo, you are done.

Paper craft

Christmas tree New trends

This takes a bit more time and creativity. But then, the internet will spoil you with choices. There are so many ways to make a tree with paper. And would you believe us if we told you you could even recycle old water-bottles as trees?

Personalised decorations

Christmas tree: New trends

Selfies – we take thousands of them without being conscious of it. So why not make use of these funny and cute moments into decorations on the trees? After all, Christmas is time for families to come together and what could be more fun than reliving those moments all over again?

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