This past summer we paired up with our friends at Orchard Supply Hardware to create a gorgeous concrete table top to incorporate into your DIY home decor. To be honest, we absolutely fell in love with this project and are still reeling over how beautiful it is! You may have noticed how often we love using the concrete background for photo styling 😉 Now that we are moving into the holiday season, we decided to pay another visit to our local OSH store to pick up more goodies for unique DIY projects. Presenting…three unconventional, no-mess DIY Christmas trees! Time to get creative!
Our three DIY Christmas trees are each made entirely out of materials that we found at our local OSH. The first tree is made out of copper pipe, the second out of macrame cotton rope and the third out of kraft builders paper. Hardware stores are a fabulous place to find materials for DIY projects because they are not as obvious. It really becomes a welcomed challenge in exploring your creativity. You can start with something basic and crude, like copper tubing, and turn it into a show-stopping craft that radiates unique beauty. We encourage to take the challenge and go create!
Watch our video above to see how our three DIY Christmas trees came to life. Over the next few days we’ll be sharing the specific tutorials to make each tree, with a full list of the materials that you can find at OSH. Also make sure you check out the Workbench area at your local OSH. Orchard’s Workbench is the perfect place to tackle DIY projects like these DIY Christmas trees because they have all the tools and expertise that you might not have access to once you get home. They were able to help us with cutting our wood and copper tubing so we could easily start our tree projects when we got back to our studio. All you have to do is choose your materials and bring them up to the Workbench where a helpful Orchard associates will size just about anything for your specific projecet. And you can’t beat that it’s free of charge!
Browse all of our Christmas projects for more inspiration, and head over to our membership page to join our crafting community. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter to see what we’re sharing next, or feel free to send us your suggestions for projects that you would like to see in the future. Best wishes for a fabulous holiday! ~ Lia and the Team