The Christmas is just around the corner and probably most of you have already decorated your Christmas tree. But if there are still some late decorators that were too busy with their work to find spare time for buying tree and decorating it, or they simply were out of creative ideas, maybe this article will help them to come up with something really unique and original. Also, you might at least make sure what you don't want in your house this year for holidays, because this are the weirdest Christmas trees you can find on the internet.
This busy mom couldn't manage to find time to go shopping for Christmas tree, so she figured that the easiest solution would be to dress up as a tree. She even dressed her baby as one.
This is a nice idea, making a Christmas tree out of used plastic bottles. It might raise awareness of how important it is to recycle. Maybe we can all make a New Year's resolution under this tree to promise ourselves we'll take batter care of our planet.
The papier-mache and polystyrene creation was thought up by Christian Dior designer John Galliano. This is what a Christmas tree looks like in the world of high fashion. Don't ask me what the artist was trying to say with this, I have no clue.
If you thought all Christmas trees are made out of wood, just because they are trees, you were wrong. Here we have a unique example of Xmas tree made out of colored Murano glass in tubes. Pretty neat, right?
This is how artists celebrate the holidays and how they decorate their Christmas tree, I mean their Christmas wall. It looks really great. I love it.
This looks like a Heineken Christmas tree or even a Â communist version of a Christmas tree to me, even if it makes no sense at all. The creators of this tree say they were trying to says that no tree should be cut down for the Christmas, because every tree is a little greet fighter, but I don't really see that.
Or something like this, a Christmas tree made out of a bill. It is really small and can therefor perfectly fit in every place. You can even take it with you to your office, as a reminder.
You can barely see the tree behind all these presents! I think that we are really exaggerating and spending too much, but I've heard that's good for the global economy. That might be true, but it is really bad for my own, house economy. December is all about spending, and then January is all about frowning and calculating. Just as we bounce back somewhere in February, it's Valentine's Day and again - time for spending money on flowers and chocolates...
This tree is excellent is you have a rebellious teenager that is going through puberty and has the need to counteract and oppose everything. We've all been there, it's perfectly normal. It will pass and in the meantime, why not try something different. Your kid will say your cool, (probably just for a day, then everything will go back to usual) and you'll enjoy doingÂ searingÂ things up and doing something different one year. My only concern is that this tree doesn't seem very stable. I wonder if it can stand on its own.
This is really unique and creative idea for a Christmas tree, but also it is not really practical. It will burn out too quickly, you won't even be finished with your Christmas diner when someone will tell you that you've run out of Christmas tree/candle.
A Christmas tree that is made out of books is an ideal for the libraries. I'm sure all the nerds will enjoy and they might even try doing this at home.
This is also a type of tree that most of the geeks will appreciate. Imagine how great this looks at night when the lights are on. I feel the need to experiment with my tree this year.
The ladder used instead of a classic pine tree and decorated with few light bulbs and a bicycle chain instead of a traditional decorations, sounds weird, but, surprisingly, it actually looks pretty good. I'm guessing this is also a Christmas tree of some artsy family or the holidays found them in the middle of painting, so they decided to make the best of it.
A Cardboard Christmas Tree? Seriously? This looks too cheap, in my opinion. I know I say that we are spending too much for the holidays, but still, this is somehow too cheap and it makes me sad a little bit. So, therefor, this is definitely something I will never put in my home.
The Neon Light Christmas Tree is also something a geek or nerd might appreciate. I have to admit it looks good and it can be very useful.
Wow! A Christmas tree made of traffic lights? This looks awesome. I'm a little concerned how they regulate the traffic at this intersection during the holiday season.
But, still... I really dig this. It reminds us, that even in heart of cities, far away from the nature, we can still manage to find something aesthetic, and inspiring and enjoy our holidays.
Is it, really? Honestly, I have no idea what is this Christmas Tree/robotic sculpture supposed to represent, but it looks like R2D2 to me. And there goes another tree ideal for the geeks. Is it just me, or are they taking over the Christmas?
Here goes a Christmas tree that probably emerged from some College frat house. And the material for building this tree (the empty beer bottles) was probably provided at a party, the night before. They will probably try to pull this out as a part of recycling awareness, but we've already seen that tree and it looks nothing like this.
Talking about Christmas parties, here goes another Christmas tree, or maybe it would be better to call it a Christmas bush, that is ideal for celebrating Christmas.
And for those who love to spend their money on stupid stuff, here goes the ridiculously expensive Christmas tree with luxurious ornaments. I didn't like the extra cheap one made of cardboard, but I don't like this one either.
So, you see, the Christmas tree doesn't have to be boring and always the same. You can use this piece of tradition as a means of expressing your creativity and maybe even send a message through it to the world, or at least your family and friends. Enjoy decorating your tree, relax for the next few days, charge your batteries and may all of you have a marry Christmas and a happy New Year!