Crafty Christmas Tree Spotlight 2020

'Tis the season for crafty Christmas trees! In true eHow fashion, we asked our Facebook community to share photos of their out-of-the-box trees and we were in awe of all of the brilliant submissions. Below is a roundup of some of our favorite DIY trees that perfectly capture the handy, holiday spirit!

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Step right up, Joan Aronyk! This vintage ladder tree is whimsically wonderful, complete with festive figurines and trinkets.

Image Credit: Joan Aronyk

All aboard!​ This boat-inspired Christmas tree by Kelley Morgan has smoothly sailed its way onto our list of faves.

Image Credit: Kelley Morgan

This space-saving food tree by Ivy Daluperit Beronilla Lubiano was made with magazine cutouts. Anyone else ready for a tasty holiday meal?!

Image Credit: Ivy Daluperit Beronilla Lubiano

Amy Goldsworth's nontraditional tree was created as part of an amazing family tradition of DIY-ing Christmas trees using recycled and repurposed materials.

Image Credit: Amy Goldsworth

Lin Howe-Young's angel tree adds a heavenly touch to her home's holiday decor.

Image Credit: Ivy Daluperit Beronilla Lubiano

Jessica Smith's box tree is the perfect way to put all of those leftover Amazon boxes to good use.

Image Credit: Jessica Smith’s Box Tree

Sarah Shannon Moncho's decadently framed tree made of antique jewelry is a true gem.

Image Credit: Sarah Shannon Moncho

Christine Towgood skillfully crafted this New Zealand Pohutukawa tree out of paper!

Image Credit: Christine Towgood

Karen King's delightful snowman tree is lighting up her home with Christmas cheer.

Image Credit: Karen King

Giovanna Joann Baratto is ready to roll right into the holidays with this "tree" made of bicycles, which showcases her love for cycling and finding creative ways to repurpose items.

Image Credit: Giovanna Joann Baratto

What a creative bunch! We'd like to thank everyone who submitted photos of their homemade Christmas trees this year, and we can't wait to see what other crafty creations you come up with for holidays to come. Be sure to follow us on Facebook for more opportunities to showcase your work!