Recycled Towering Christmas Trees

A Christmas tree is a decorated tree, usually an evergreen conifer such as spruce, or pine or fir, traditionally associated with the celebration of Christmas. But this time we will feature recycled Christmas tree crafted for exceptional beauty, creativity and convenience. A fabulous collection for DIY individuals. Why don't you give it a try.

Shopping Carts

Stuff Toys

Beer Bottles

Bottle Christmas Tree 

Plastic Softdrink Bottles

Glass Bottles 

Plastic Bottles

Water Plastic Bottles

Soda Can 

Water Plastic Containers 

Vinyl Bags, Glass and Plastic Bottles 

Magazine Pages 

Recycled Mason Jar Snow Globes Tutorial

Create a Winter Wonderland in a Jar, almost any kind of jar will works for this decors: olive jars, Baby-food, and pimiento are all good choices. Try to buy plastic or ceramic figurines at flea markets, craft store and hobby.

Materials needed:
mason jars and other jars of various sizes such as salt shakers, 
spice jars, jam jars, pickle jars
Small christmas trees
other holiday items you may want to glue
mini ball ornaments
glue gun
Epsom salts  

Take a various trees and glued them to the lids of the jars.  Added a little Epsom salt to desired amount into the jar. Close the lid and turn upside down. That's it!

A different jar, Took little trees and glued the ornaments onto the bottom of the trees and then put them in the jar upside down, added salt, closed the jar and those just float freely.

Such a simple project and so impressive! You'll love upcycling items you already have laying around.

Things to be Done to Have a Green Christmas Day

Buy Durable Decorations
Buy good quality decorations that can be reused year after year, means you can establish new traditions for your family and friends to enjoy in the years to come or make your own, often less expensive way to decorate your home.

Celebrate Recycling at Work
Check that your work Christmas party organiser sets up well-signed recycling options for the event. If possible avoid disposable cups and plates they're expensive and of great size of waste resources.

Feel Good Gifts
Give low impact gifts like organising experiences or practical, movie or show tickets, durable items that meet a need are good, memorable options. Adopting a kris kringle-style approach with your family and friends will allow you to focus all your energies and money on arranging an outstanding gift for just one other person.

Re-Wrap It Up
Use paper wrapping rather than foil or plastic wrappers, then reuse or recycle it.
Newspapers, comic strips and decorated brown paper bags work just as well as fancy paper.

Full Tummy Empty Bin
Prevent food wastage, only open what you need, serve smaller portions, store and use left-overs. Plan your festive feast so that leftovers can be eaten cold or are easy to re-heat the next day. Open packets of chips and crackers as you go, instead of all at once. This will keep them from getting soggy and prevent them from going to waste.

Recycle Right
Sort and recycle all your aluminium cans, juice, cartons, bottles and other packaging. As a general rule, plastic bags do not go in the recycling bin - they'll cause headaches at most recycling facilities. If you have a collection of old plastic shopping bags, simply recycle them at all major supermarkets.

Electrify Recycling
Recycle old mobile phones, TVs, computers or printer cartridges that get replaced. If you're giving an electrifying gift this Christmas, make sure whatever you're replacing is just as jolly, whether in a new home or at a recycling facility.
Many components and materials inside electronics can be re-used and recycled. If they're sent to landfill, these precious resources are lost and there can be a risk of heavy metal contamination in the soil and waterways.

Batteries Included
If you're giving a battery-powered gift, then remember to include rechargeable batteries and a recharger too, it'll save money and reduce the gift's impact. That way the Christmas cheer will continue throughout the year!

Love a Tree
Whether you're a fan of that genuine pine aroma or you prefer the utility of an artificial tree, you can keep your tree a little bit greener this Christmas. Live trees can have a second life as mulch or compost, while artificial trees can be reused for decades if properly cared for.

Make Room
You're not the only one that may feel stuffed after Christmas lunch and summer parties - often our recycling bins feel the strain too! Flatten aluminium cans, drink cartons and boxes to save space in your recycling bin, then store any excess until your next collection.

Drink organic wines and beverages and best yet drink tap water (FREE)

Recycled Wall Christmas Trees

Small home? not enough space in your room? Here is the solution. Turn your walls into simple, inexpensive and unique display that set festive mood, colorful and impressive designs. Christmas decorating is the most fun activities of the season which convert your autumn home into a winter wonderland. A space saving and creative way to enjoy with your family while saving a budget on new christmas tree decorations.

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