Christmas Day is an annual commemoration of the birth of Jesus Christ celebrated generally on December 25 as a religious and cultural holiday by millions of people around the world. But there is no Christmas without a Christmas day. Here is the collection of some of the most creative and innovative Christmas Trees from around the world.
Christmas Tree DressFestive and stylish dress for the holiday season.
Godzilla Christmas TreeMemorable Christmas Tree designed to look like the famous giant monster. Back in the year 2000, this amazing Godzilla shaped Christmas Tree was displayed at the Aqua City Odaiba shopping mall in Tokyo, Japan.
Mobile Phones Christmas treeA Christmas tree made of mobile phones stands on display in front of an electronic store in My Tho, Tien Giang province, Vietnam. The store is ringing in Christmas with the 15-foot tree made of more than 2,500 unusable mobiles. Store manager Nguyen Trai said "10 workers spent two weeks building the cellular Christmas tree".
X-Ray Christmas TreeNick Veasey scanned real Christmas tree using giant X-ray machine.
LEGO Christmas TreeChristmas Tree in London was made out of 600,000 LEGO bricks.
Camera Christmas TreeModern Christmas Tree constructed out of cameras and camera lenses.
RAM Christmas TreeUnusual Christmas Tree created out of computer memory sticks.
Cardboard Christmas TreeEco friendly Christmas tree made entirely out of recycled cardboard.
Bicycle Christmas TreeIncredible Christmas tree made of painted bicycle wheels and parts.
Glass Tubes Christmas TreeBeautiful Christmas tree in Italy was created out of glass tubes.
Hubcap Christmas TreeOriginal Christmas tree created out of hundreds of wheel covers.
Emerald Christmas TreeChristmas tree in Lithuania was made out of recycled plastic bottles.
Christmas Tree made of BooksUnique Christmas tree created out of 30 carved and shaped books.
Cthulhu Christmas TreeAwesome Christmas Tree inspired by Cthulhu fictional character.
Golden Christmas TreeChristmas tree created out of pure gold worth 1.95 million dollars.
Portal Christmas TreeFun and memorable Christmas tree inspired by Portal video game.
Merry MirrorStacked objects reflected in the mirror form unique Christmas Tree.
Upside Down Christmas TreeThe upside of this upside-down 7-foot pre-lit Christmas tree is that you’ll have more room for presents underneath! This strange tree was originally designed for specialty stores to display ornaments while using as little floor space as possible. It’s $600 and is currently sold out at Hammacher Schlemmer
Mountain Dew Christmas TreeIt’s probably too late for you to start doing this one: the awesome Mountain Dew Christmas Tree. It took about 3 months of soda drinking (approximately 400 cans of Mountain Dew) and 4 days of building.
Knitted Christmas TreeIf you’re into knitting and crafts, why not knit yourself a Christmas tree? Like this big one done by about 1,000 knitters at Eden Project
One of The World’s Most Expensive Christmas TreeLast year, Singapore jeweler Soo Kee Jewellery created this Christmas tree with 21,798 diamonds totaling 913 carats and 3,762 crystal beads. The tree looked like (and was actually worth) a million bucks!
Pac-Man Christmas treeThis Pac-Man Christmas tree inspired in the most classic arcade game is on display in Madrid, Spain. It was made of colored LEDs and to make it even cooler, it was made in an animated version!
Nightmare Before Christmas TreeGreg Horn (famed cover artist for Marvel, DC, etc.) crafted a Christmas tree, the likes of which only exist in the eggnog-fueled fever dreams of geeks and Nightmare Before Christmas fans. After seeing this, you're gonna want to just throw all your old holiday décor into the trash!... or not; but, you have to admit that it's pretty cool!
Underwater Christmas TreeThe divers of Manila’s Ocean Park installed a beautiful decorated underwater Christmas tree. They surprised their visitors by posing as Santa Claus and mermaids in front of the underwater evergreen, as part of the park’s Christmas show.
LED Christmas TreeA 60ft LED Christmas ‘tree’ lighted Dublin’s skyline during the 2008 winter season. It weighted five tons and was made of 100,000 bulbs of different sizes. The elegant and energy-efficient installation was designed by Blachere Illumination. Blachere, a leading supplier in outdoor Christmas and decorative lighting, was responsible along the years for creating the famous light shows at the Eiffel Tower, the illumination on Champs Elysées, the Christmas lights of Monaco, St. Petersbourg and Toulouse. Their portfolio includes many other remarkable projects.
Chocolate Christmas TreePatrick Roger, meilleur ouvrier de France, created this year a ten-meter-high chocolate Christmas ‘tree’ to raise money for France’s annual Telethon. The artist and his team worked for one month on this awesome project that weighted four tons. The impressive ‘tree’ was accompanied by legendary Christmas figures such as Santa Claus and his reindeer, all made of delicious dark chocolate. Roger’s idea was to create a winter wonderland, which should please and intrigue both adults and children.