This was one of my many Christmas activities and to be serious the most enjoyable and fun. You can use any decorations or baubles for your wall tree, let your imagination go wild and bring out the creativity with in you. Next Christmas I will use blue and silver baubles, so will keep you posted.
Seasons Greetings ..Have a Joyous Christmas and All the Very Best for the New Year EVERY ONE.


  • Silver Star
  • White Snow Flakes (2 sml, 2 med, 2 lge.)
  • Red Apple Decorations (9)
  • Small Red Cherries (11)
  • Long Silver Icicles (2)
  • Blu-tack


  1. Start with your star and place it on the wall.
  2. Place snow flakes under star with smallest at top and largest at bottom, in the shape of a tree.
  3. Place apples in-between the flakes with the sequence of 2, 3, 4, ratio.
    Note 1 is left for 3 sml cherries under the star.
  4. Place the 3 sml cherries under the star, followed by one either side at top of medium and large snow flakes.
    Then two either side under neath the large flakes.
  5. Place the silver icicles under the two middle bottom apples and you are done.
  6. Easy Peasy ...a Christmas Tree that DOES NOT TAKE UP ROOM or SPACE.

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  • cherz
    • 17 Dec 2017
      2:14 pm

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  • I love these kind of ideas. Easy storage and no knocking over the tree


  • Not a bad idea if you’re short on space and money. But not very festive looking, I’m not getting Christmas cheer at all


  • Thanks, such a wonderful and unique idea.


  • Very cute and a space saver


  • Very cute idea


  • Hi moms, actually this is a bit old now as last year I turned the fruit/berries into frosted fruit. Painted them blue and silver. The blue/silver did go a lot better with the snow flakes. Nothing like a change …wondering what this year will bring. Thanks for sharing all your lovely comments.

    • Thanks for the ideas. We have pretty paper we’ve cut up precious years for a wall decorated tree, will try a few new things this year


  • A great idea! I love Christmas. Thank you.


  • What a lovely project so Christmassy


  • Great for on the back of a door

    • and a cheaper version to a real Christmas tree


  • Great idea for those who don’t have the room for a big tree. Thanks


  • Such a great idea. Perhaps good idea for Christmas in July as a little less effort than getting the entire tree out!!!


  • This is so cute. My daughter in law did a similar one but she used a blackboard, drew the tree and decorated it


  • Your wall Christmas Tree look’s amazing,thanks!


  • Wonderful and festive, thanks for sharing.


  • HAPPY CHRISTMAS EVE one and all ..wishing you A Beautiful and Blessed Christmas.


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