It's time to get out your Christmas tree and make it shine! But what to do if your budget is not that big, you don't have any money, or you care about the environment and absolutely cannot stand plastic? But here's the good news: there are many ways to decorate your Christmas tree with natural decorations, all modern and totally free.
The main Christmas tree decorating trend for 2023 is naturalness
Nature is in fashion today, so ditch the plastic and glass toys and try to create eco-style decorations:
These can be cones, they can be used to make traditional toys, garlands, or balls.
Don't forget to hang a tiger figurine on your Christmas tree for any animal images cut out of wood or made from recycled paper.
Take a look at these 5 ways to decorate your Christmas tree free and trendy, and you'll realize how easy it is to enjoy a beautiful Christmas tree without spending anything.
1. Use dried fruit
This is an old-fashioned way to decorate your Christmas tree, but it's still beautiful and even ethnic. If you have any fruit that is starting to spoil, dry it! Cranberries, grapes, apple slices, orange slices, and even strawberries can be dried in a dehydrator or oven and strung with string and needle to create a cute Christmas tree garland.
You can add absolutely anything you want to this garland, such as popcorn.
2. Use scraps of paper
Remember the paper snowflakes you made as a kid? Take out your scissors and make them again! Even use scraps of paper or newspaper scraps to make colorful snowflakes. Once you cut them out, use string or twine to hang them on the Christmas tree.
3. Use fabric scraps to the maximum
If you have scraps of fabric stashed somewhere, you can always tie them into bows and use them on your Christmas tree. If you don't have scraps of fabric, go through your old clothes and find pieces you can no longer use due to damage. Then just cut the fabric into strips and enjoy!
Get out old magazines and cut out pictures or even pictures of items you like. Attach a string or ribbon to these colorful pictures and hang them on your Christmas tree. Not only will it look cute, but it will fill you with the energy of creativity for the holiday season.
4. Look for natural decorative items in your yard
Perhaps your yard is full of natural items that would make great ornaments for your Christmas tree! Find items such as curly branches, acorns, leaves, and dried flowers. Use leftover paint or glitter to decorate these items, then attach them to your Christmas tree for natural decor.
The most recent trend is considered to be decorating the Christmas tree in a minimalist style - maximum pristine and natural sections of the tree.
As you can see, you don't need to spend a lot of money to make your Christmas tree look beautiful. Consider these free ways to decorate your Christmas tree and see how they can help you and your budget this holiday season.