Not only are they are a great inexpensive alternative to ready-made decorations, but you can also customize the shapes, sizes, and colors as you please!
How to make a wooden Christmas tree
Here’s what you’ll need:
DIY Wooden Christmas Trees
Separate the three Christmas tree shapes from the wooden geometric blocks set (these are BY FAR the cheapest blocks that I have found in-store OR online).
You’ll need the cone, square pyramid and triangular pyramid.
Using a foam brush, begin by painting each ornament a solid color. Then, apply another layer until you no longer see the wooden base (the lighter colors may need at least three layers).
I have very muted decor, which is why I painted my trees very simple, minimalist design.
But the great thing about these wooden Christmas Trees is that you can choose any colors you’d like — the possibilities are endless!
Once dry, you can start adding the “Christmas lights” by lightly dabbing paint.
I recommend using a contrasting color, but again, have fun experimenting with different color combinations!
And there you go! What do you think? Would you try these DIY Wooden Christmas Trees? As always, if you try any of my Christmas DIY under $20 tips please send me photos!