🌲 Scrap Wood Christmas Tree Round-up

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Here they are... all my scrap wood trees in one spot! 

Scrap Wood Christmas Tree Round-up . Homeroad.net




My scrap wood Christmas trees of 2018!

Amazing how many trees you can create with the leftover scraps from other projects. 

You can read about each project by clicking on the yellow link. 

My very favorite this year are the neutral plywood trees made with pieces of a broken crate. I didn't even get to save one for myself they sold so quickly! 


DIY Scrap Wood Christmas Tree Round-up . Homeroad.net

These cute little ruler trees were another hit! Washi tape, tape measure, and vintage ruler embellished. They came in all sizes and designs. 


Rustic DIY Scrap Wood Christmas Tree Round-up . Homeroad.net

This scrappy wooden tree from 5 years ago is my first ever and it started with an old sign that said "Seasons Greetings". 


Reclaimed wood DIY Scrap Wood Christmas Tree Round-up . Homeroad.net

These mini scrap wood trees used colored scraps and couldn't be cuter! 


Reclaimed wood Scrap Wood Christmas Tree Round-up . Homeroad.net

This merry little Christmas tree with it's curvy lines was a favorite I saved for myself! 


Reclaimed wood Christmas Tree Round-up . Homeroad.net

And for the Scrabble lovers out there this little Scrabble Christmas tree was an easy build! 


DIY Reclaimed wood Christmas Tree Round-up . Homeroad.net

This buffalo checked Christmas tree was built on a wooden spoon! 

DIY Wooden Christmas Tree Round-up . Homeroad.net

For those of you that love the natural look, this rustic scrap wood Christmas tree turned all kinds of beautiful when I added stain to the different woods! 

Rustic DIY Wooden Christmas Tree Round-up . Homeroad.net

And to save these ideas for next year please pin below!




And one more tree for a bonus is the wooden Christmas tree with lights that not only looks great but holds ornaments too! 


Rustic Wooden Christmas Tree Round-up . Homeroad.net


I hope you enjoyed my scrap wood Christmas tree tour this year and I would like to wish you and your families 
the very happiest Christmas!




                                      

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2 comments

  1. Love the one with lights and the ones with tape measure and Scrabble tiles! Great job, Susan. Merry Christmas! xo Kathleen

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