Are fairy lights and dangling ornaments a breakable objects hazard? Do your coworkers not want to spend January picking pine needles out of the lobby?
There are plenty of reasons not to have a traditional Christmas tree at work, but if you’re missing Christmas decorations, you might be able to convince your colleagues to put up some last-minute cheer with these clever ideas that will make a fun team-building exercise, show what you're about and make anyone who walks in smile. Here are some pictures of creative and fitting trees that people made at work with whatever they could get their hands on.
You could also recreate some of these ideas at home if you skipped getting a tree this year and you have a well-stocked bookshelf or office. These people show that you can turn just about anything into a Christmas tree!
A Very Special Christmas Tree In Public Library Created By The Librarians (Sulęcin, Poland)
12 Foot Farmer's Christmas Tree Made Entirely Out Of Bell Peppers
Another reason why more people each year hesitate to get a Christmas tree is the perceived impact on nature. Most people are unsure whether the greener choice is a real tree, or an artificial one that saves another tree from being cut down.
It turns out that environmental organizations don't recommend contributing to the manufacturing and shipping of plastic products by getting an artificial tree. (Of course, if you already have an artificial tree, you should make the most of it and use it for at least 10 years.)
The Royal Dutch Guide Dog Foundation Made A Christmas Tree Out Of Guide Dogs In Training
My Lab Has A New Christmas Tree
Tech Store Employees Make A Christmas Tree Out Of Sheets Of Glass
Real trees provide all the oxygen-producing benefits of any tree while they are being grown, and can be disposed of by composting, so they are actually recommended over artificial trees.
But if you still can’t stand the thought of cutting one down as a decoration, and you're not prepared to maintain a potted tree, assembling a creative “tree” out of whatever you have lying around might be the solution you’re looking for. Try using things that you already have a lot of, and preferably that you can use again for their intended purpose after you disassemble the tree.
I Made A Bacterial Christmas Tree In The Lab
Someone Made A Pointe Shoe Christmas Tree In London Coliseum, English National Opera
This Farmer Made A Very Specific Christmas Tree
Claridge Hotel’s Christmas Tree Made Of 100 Umbrellas
This Tree That The Art Center Employees Put Up In My Home Town Put Up
I Work For A Gas Company. This Is Our Christmas Tree This Year
Walked Into This At Work Today
The IT Guy Where I Work Set This Up As His Decorations For Christmas
I Work At A Whisky Distillery And We Couldn't Get A Tree, So We Improvised
We're an enterprising bunch here at Raasay Distillery. When the festive season approached and we didn't have a tree handy, we made do with the best materials to hand- Barrels! These are small ex-sherry casks that are no longer up to the task of holding scotch whisky.
This Christmas Tree Made Of Latex Gloves In My Laboratory
I Made An It Christmas Tree Made Of Monitors
This Canary Island's Supermarket Christmas Tree Is Bananas
Encyclopedia Christmas Tree At My Local University
This Christmas Tree Made Of Bycicle Gears At My Local Bike Store
Oh Chemis-Tree Oh Chemis-Tree! How Lovely Are Your Branches
Vilnius Airport Employees Create A Christmas Tree Made Of Confiscated Items
I Was At My Local Hispanic Bakery And I Saw This Christmas Tree Made Entirely Of Conchas
I Wanted To Make The It Department More Cheerful, So I Made This "Tree" To Help Celebrate
Workers On One Of Yeovil's Busiest Roads Are Trying To Spread A Bit Of Festive Joy By Building Their Own Version Of A Christmas Tree
Fractal Christmas Tree At Cambridge Maths Department
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