I've always liked the idea of a wall mounted Christmas tree, especially because I live in a small apartment where floor space is at a premium. But most of the ones I've seen mounted on walls don't tend to look like real Christmas trees, which is what I wanted. So I came up with this idea to use pine garland to make a more traditional looking wall mounted Christmas tree. It's so easy to put up and I especially love the fact that there's no chance that my cat will topple it over, win-win!
Step 1: Supplies
I used 3 pine garlands, each 9 ft long and 1 package of Glue Dots Flexible hang tabs to make the tree. I made a video of how I made the tree but I'll walk through the steps of how I made it here as well.
Step 2: Draw the Tree Outline
I drew the outline of the tree with painters tape, and I made the base 3 ft wide.
Step 3: Attach the Garland to the Wall
I used flexible hang tabs to hang the garlands, starting with the outline first, and then filling in the inside, fluffing up the garland to fill in the space.
Step 4: Decorate the Tree
I decorated the tree just like you would a regular Christmas tree, with lights and ornaments. For the trunk, I used a scrap piece of 2"x3" and stained it. And I also made a rustic box with shimms and scrap wood to have a place to put presents.