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7 Toddler-Friendly DIY Christmas Trees

toddler-friendly-diy-treeChristmas is coming and we are so excited around our household! This year we have a little one who is grabbing everything in sight so the idea of putting up our usual tree and ornaments kind of makes me cringe. Did I mention the normal hassle that comes along with buying a real pine tree — watering it, getting it into the stand, and vacuuming up all of those needles?!

Luckily, there are some great Christmas tree options that are safe for your youngster, not to mention simple, easy, cute, festive, and not fragile or messy. (Added perk: your pet won’t get into these either.) Sounds pretty perfect, right? Check out these toddler-friendly ideas for a very merry, (almost) worry-free holiday!

1. Advent Tree

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Image Source: Oh Happy Day

What’s better than a Christmas tree? A Christmas tree and advent calendar all wrapped into one! It’s the perfect way to celebrate the season. (via Oh Happy Day)

2. Printable Tree

Image Source: Caravan Shoppe
Image Source: Caravan Shoppe

How cute is this printable? The kids can have fun coloring it and all you have to do is surround the tree with gifts! (via Caravan Shoppe)

3. Felt Tree

Image Source: Pepper Design
Image Source: Pepper Design

Not only is this a great tree option, it’s interactive! The kids will love playing with it. (via Pepper Design)

4. Tape Tree

Image Source: Bettina Holst
Image Source: Bettina Holst

This is one of my favorite ideas! So easy and so fun! (via Bettina Holst)

5. Chalkboard Tree

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Image Source: A Legg Up

If you have mad drawing skills, you should definitely do something like this. If not, a simple tree design would do just fine. (via A Legg Up)

6. Fringe Tree

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Image Source: Curbly

This one is festive, fun, and party-ready! (via Curbly)

7. Lights Tree

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Image Source: A Merry Mishap

To me, the best thing about a Christmas tree is the lights! I love all of those glowing balls of joy. So why not make an entire tree out of lights? Brilliant, right? (via A Merry Mishap)

Article Posted 2 years Ago

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