It is the time of the year for celebrations and holidays. Christmas decorations are around the city. Among different Christmas tree designs, we found these eco-friendly Christmas trees at the City Square Mall. During our visit to City Square Mall last month, we first enjoyed our time with Paw Patrol themed Christmas decorations. Those decorations were mainly placed outside the City Square Mall. Then, when we entered inside the mall, we found the Garden of Eco Christmas trees!
The Garden of Eco Christmas trees
The Garden of Eco Christmas trees is like a mini exhibition that showcased different eco-friendly Christmas tree ideas. These trees are made of reusable waste items such as plastic bottles, umbrellas, and clothing. The designs are interesting and attractive too.
I could capture the details of designers and their thematic idea on design while walking around the Eco Christmas Trees.
These trees are good eco-friendly Christmas tree alternatives for anyone during this festive season. We already know that most Christmas trees in the market are made of plastic. But, if you think wisely, making an eco-friendly Christmas tree at home is not that difficult. It can be a good DIY craft activity too to spend time with children and family.
Sustainable Christmas Decor
Other ideas for Eco-friendly Christmas
We love these designs. But, it may not possible to everyone to craft such designs using reusable waste. Sometimes, the designs may not bring you the joy and festive look that you want. As such, below are some other ideas that are still eco-friendly for celebrations.
- Keep a potted Christmas plant. During Christmas, you can use it indoors and keep it outside once Christmas is over and until the next year.
- Rent a Christmas tree. It is not costly compared to buying a new tree. Though a rental Christmas tree is still an artificial tree, it helps to use the same tree many times before disposal.
We had a great time there at the City Square Mall watching these Christmas tree decorations. The new green and sustainable ideas are inspiring too.
Do you like these ideas for a green Christmas? Or do you think it is not practical to craft a green Christmas tree? Or how do you plan your Christmas tree? Please share your thoughts as a comment.
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