If you're on a budget, or an artist on a budget and you
really want a Christmas tree this year, but can't afford it, you may
just want to turn to your trash can or recycle bin for a tree. It turns
out simple disposable household material can be used to make a tree.
Take a look below.
This brightly colored faux fir tree, designed by Kidsonroof, is made with cardboard. It ready-to-assemble and can easily be put away.
via Samuel Mann's flickr photostream
This innovative tabletop Christmas tree is made of salvage corflute. Corflute is the light weight sheet material used to make outdoor signs. The tree picture is part of Samuel Mann's flickr photostream.
via Fun House
This elegant Christmas tree is made with beer bottles and round glass shelves. The star of the tree is made out of bottle caps and sits on top of a single beer bottle.
This amazingly tall tree is 6 meters high and made with 6000 used cans. It takes a ladder to get half way up the tree.
via Nasa: Skylab 4
The Skylab 4 crew made this tree on board in space in 1973 with food cans.
So what do you think would make a good source for making your own Christmas Tree?