If a Charlie Brown Christmas tree is your only option this holiday season, you may want to consider this clever cardboard Christmas tree crafted using old boxes and a 'Makedo KIT for THREE'. With a little ingenuity and a touch of creativity, you too can erect this angular take on festive timber in your humble abode.
'Makedo' creates kits that transform recyclable items into containers, pieces of decor and art. With clear-cut instructions available on the ingenious blog Instructables.com, your pad will be looking unexpectedly festive in a snap. You won't have to worry about watering the bugger, or feel tugs of depression when the tree starts to droop.
Sure to put you into the holiday spirit in a pleasantly odd way, this DIY cardboard Christmas tree is sure to become a well-loved family tradition.
A 'Makedo Kit' Will Help You Create a Cardboard Christmas Tree
1. Upcycling - There is an opportunity for businesses to innovate by creating upcycled products and kits that transform recyclable items into functional and decorative items.
2. DIY - Businesses can tap into the DIY trend by offering kits and instructions for consumers to create their own unique and personalized holiday decorations.
3. Sustainable Decor - The demand for sustainable holiday decorations presents an opportunity for businesses to develop environmentally friendly alternatives, such as cardboard Christmas trees.
1. Craft and Hobby - The craft and hobby industry can benefit from the upcycling trend by offering materials, tools, and instructions for DIY projects like creating cardboard Christmas trees.
2. Home Decor - The home decor industry can capitalize on the sustainable decor trend by incorporating eco-friendly materials and products into their collections, including cardboard Christmas trees.
3. Environmental Services - Companies in the environmental services industry can explore partnerships with businesses that promote upcycling and sustainable decor, offering recycling services for the materials used in DIY projects.