Wall mounted Christmas trees are a wonderful solution to small spaces! There are several different ways to create a wall mounted tree, such as with pine garland, branches, felt, and more.
How to Make a Wall Mounted Christmas Tree
To make a space-saving, wall-mounted Christmas tree you’ll need two strands of pine garland, nails or pushpins, and several mini ornaments. Measure the garland, cutting strands of decreasing lengths to achieve layers. Secure the strands on the wall from bottom to top, then decorate with mini ornaments.
Start by measuring out the pine garland and cutting it in decreasing lengths. Cut two twenty-four inch pieces of garland for the bottom. Secure the strands into place using pushpins, small nails, or non-damaging 3M Tabs.
Create the next layer by cutting two eighteen inch pieces of garland, secure in place. Repeat, reducing each layer by 6 inches until you’ve assembled your wall mounted Christmas tree.
Once assembled, attach mini ornaments to finish decorating. If you prefer a fuller looking wall mounted Christmas tree, take a peak at this idea:
Wall Mounted Christmas Tree for Toddlers
As a parent it can be difficult to watch toddlers at moment. Creating this fun felt wall mounted Christmas tree for them to play with can keep them safely occupied, without fear of the tree falling on them.