Christmas tree for a wall

Christmas tree decorated for a wall

Today I am gone present you another project that I loved. It is the first time I am doing it and I am so proud that it got to be beautiful. With just a few Christmas decorations and some drift wood you can make a beautiful tree for a staircase or a big white wall. In the dark, with lights on, this tree looks very cozy.


- 4 pieces of driftwood
- 2 sets of lights with batteries
- Christmas baubles
- Christmas small people
- colorless adhesive tape
- twine
- 3 Christmas snowflakes
- Christmas decor flower
- knitted band to hide the batteries and a bow to put on top


I washed and dried the driftwood, because they were full of sand and water plants.
With twine I connected the driftwood to look like a tree, so you need to have 4 different sizes.

Next step was to arrange the lights. With the adhesive tape I fixed the lights on the driftwood. Those 2 lights started from the top and ended in the middle of the big driftwood. With adhesive tape I fixed very good on the driftwood.

I started to arrange the baubles and the rest of the decorations.

When all the baubles, small people and snowflakes were put in the tree I hanged it on the wall.

The flower was put on top to cover the nail.
Christmas tree decorated for a wall or staircase

The last step is to hide the batteries in a small pouch. I had a grey  knitted 20cm x 40 cm band and I used it as a pouch. I hanged it from the big driftwood with twine and inside I arranged the batteries so it is easy to have access to them, and also, you don't see them.

On top of the pouch I attached a bow made from another red knitted band and some ribbon with a Christmas message on it.

As you can see, it looks great and it was not so expensive at all.

I put it up on the wall so the small kids or animals don't have access.

Enjoy doing Christmas decorations!

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