There’s a huge variety of Christmas trees made of pallets, and we would like to share them with you for these holidays. Each of them has a very creative and different design from each other, despite of being constructed from the same material. If you want to refresh your memory, in this post we show you the instructions for making a fir pallet structure, step by step.
One advantage of creating our Christmas tree with pallets, is that we can mold it to our taste, with the colors that we choose and laso their complements and measures.
In this picture you can see a set of firs to decorate the garden, which they have kept their original wooden color, that gives to them a more homey feel. They are very small and easy to build.
In the case of these fir they have used the snow as the main theme, stamping a beautiful Christmas silkscreen with the shape of snowflakes on the wood. Also, if you pay attention, they have aged the tree using sandpaper and applying several coats of white paint mixed with water.
There’s also pallet Christmas trees with the advent calendar function. So each day as we approach Christmas, the tree will give us a little gift.
Alternatively, you may decorate with them Christmas balls as if it were a traditional Christmas tree, of course we can also use other decorative elements.
Customize and give a minimal touch to your tree so it can become a very decorative and elegant piece for your living room.
If you wish to make a 3D fir, take a look at the next examples, you can appreciate the volume effect created by the pallet planks, making the tree looking like a real one.
You can also build a tree-shelf where you can place your figures and Christmas decorations.
Or add a set of lights over the pallet structure giving it a magical touch. Remember that these trees are created with a wood coming from the pallets, so don’t use candles or anything related to fire.
Finally we show you two examples of firs made from the same pattern used to cover floors, In the second picture, the fir has a small trunk and many Christmas lights. Original right?
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