Even if you’re planning a big tree these tiny Christmas tree ideas help create Christmas in other places in your home, apartment or RV.
Tiny Christmas tree ideas
Pick and choose your favorite
A tiny tree stands out with a great base. Our is in a photo box. The lid is open and the tree sits inside.
Add a strand of lights. Just because it’s small doesn’t mean it doesn’t deserve a few lights. Battery lights are perfect for tiny trees.
Keep ornaments and garland smaller, but go big if you wish on top.
If you do add larger ornaments, hang fewer.
Use a pine branch in a vase as a tiny tree.
Double up, or create a small forest of tiny trees.
Use a real tree and plant outside after the holidays.
Cover your tiny tree. Add a birdcage over the top or a glass cloche.
Theme your tiny tree
A kitchen counter tree with cookie cutter ornaments.
Small bathroom tree with small wrapped soaps.
Add a small tree on the kid’s dresser with lots of colors and small toy ornaments.
Place your small tree in the centerpiece of your dining room table. Use cookie ornaments as dessert.
Here’s our tiny Christmas decor in the RV.
Place along the bottom of the tv.
A lantern full of Christmas on the collapsible coffee table.
Wood and metal sleigh sit on the other side of the coffee table. Until I fill it with Santa cookies.
Our manger scene is an ornament hanging from one kitchen cabinet knob.
Christmas is tucked here and there.
Outside we hung a wreath on the front of the RV. It will come down before heading down the road. No scratches on the paint.
A bit of Christmas hangs from each mirror.
One evening we gathered blankets, hot cocoa and the pups for an evening watching Christmas movies outside. On the winter solstice night. We watched The Holiday Calendar.
The moon was magical.
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