Sunday, 7 December 2014

Christmas Tree from Tissues

Christmas are coming and without a Christmas tree you can't feel it..

Me and my flatmate we wanted to make something Easy-Fast and Cheap.

We didn't wanted to buy something ready but something to make by ourselves. You can find a lot of  Christmas trees and decorations at the shops around but if you make something by yourself feels different.

What we needed:

1. Green tissues
2.Glue
4. branch of a tree



 We made a Christmas tree from green tissues. Around 1,5 euro we payed for everything.




Selfie with our Christmas Tree after our work



                                                                The final Result 

 


Christmas in 17 days :D

52 comments:

  1. Haha that is super cute! In my first year of Uni we made snowflakes and like drew a Christmas tree and snowman and stuck it to the windows and walls xD

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    1. Thank u so much!!! I am sure yours was super cute as well ^^

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  2. I love how you glammed up your tissue tree! Let's just say it `ain't the tree, but the tree designers, haha!

    Advance merry Christmas!

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    1. Thank you very much! :D Merry Christmas t u as well :D

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  3. How cute! I love homemade decor. It's so much more meaningful than stuff from the store. Now all you need is a pine tree candle and you'll feel like you have a real tree. :)

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    1. Thank you Erin ! I do agree that homemade decor its so much more meaningful than stuff from the store !!! pin tree candle huh? I will do it !!!

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  4. This is a great idea, that looks so beautiful, I am going to create my own Christmas tree and will share that in Facebook. Thanks for the sharing.
    Wishing you all, Merry Christmas

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    1. Thank you !!! I would love to see your Christmas tree as well :D

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  5. What a great idea!!! I wish I found this few weeks back so I can let my students make one like this! I think this is super cool! Great job and happy holidays!

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    1. Thank you very much !!!! I wish it also, its super easy and fun !!! Happy holidays as well!!!!

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  6. I love homemade decor :) This is cute idea :)
    I whis you marry holidays

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    1. Thank you very much ! Happy holidays as well ^^

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  7. aww so cute! im gonna try making one of these! i can't have a tree. but this would make a great substitute!

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    1. Thank you very much and good luck with it :D

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  8. That's innovative and cute at the same time! One just has to find the perfect tissue to make a cute tree just like what you did. That was cool.

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    1. Thank you very much! I m glad u did liked it !

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  9. hahaha, what a cute diy craft! and it's actually much easier than putting up a huge christmas tree in the house, isn't it?

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    1. Yeah exactly especially in a 2 persons room that we just fit in :D

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  10. How creative! I like how you turned ordinary things to a very special creation:) Happy Holidays, greetings from Kalikotpepot all the way from the Philippines:)

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    1. Thank you very much !!!! Happy holidays as well from cold Poland :D

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  11. What an original idea! It never crossed my mind that we can create a Christmas tree this way! I love the creativity in the making of that sweet green tree :) and the Christmas star as well!

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    1. Thank you !!! There are so many ways to create an 'alternative Christmas tree' that its worth to try something different :D

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  12. What a creative and resourceful idea! SO cute too!

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  13. You can even use it on CHristmas during parties in case of emergency like spilled drinks or dirtied shirts! Very useful. hahahaha

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    1. Haha thats a great idea as well :DD I ve never thought about it !!!!

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  14. That is such a cool idea and so eco friendly, too. I would love to try it out :D

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    1. yes its so eco friendly :D thank u for ur positive feedback :D

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  15. This is a cute DIY Christmas decor! I would love to try this out but I doubt there's a green tissue being sold in the groceries near me. :(

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  16. Wow this is a great idea. Love that is eco friendly, thx for sharing

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  17. Simple home -made Christmas decor is a lot of fun and a challenge to our imagination. How long did it last? Is it still intact up to now? :-)

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    1. Yes its up to now and its even close to the window that we open every day !!!

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  18. This is easy to do and follow. The tree from tissue looks really cool and I'm sure you can make it even higher if you want too.

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    1. Yes we wanted to have a bigger Christmas tree but we finished all the tissues.

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  19. What a fun and creative idea! Thank you for the tip :)

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    1. Thank you for your positive comment :D

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  20. Oh My! What a lovely idea of building an Xmas tree!~

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  21. That is adorable, I love it! You could make them in many colours to decorate an office or play area for kids.

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    1. Yes in many different colours would be great!!

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  22. haha omg this is so cute! I shall try build one myself too :p

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    1. of course you can try! its not hard, everyone can do it :D

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  23. Hey that's sweet... what about the decorations? The tree needs to be dressed up :)

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    1. Sure u right!!! We will think of something :D

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  24. Ohhh! That is the cutest tree I've seen. I love the colors you chose and it will always be a keepsake for you. So sweet.

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  25. Superb creativity you are having ,in my point u r blessed to have it ,great thing come from great mind ,its not so easy to do it ,,,cheers i appreciate you for making chrismas tree ,
    thanks for sharing with us
    Good bless you dear
    Radhika

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    1. Thank you Radhika for your beautiful comment! I do appreciate it !!!

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