Minimalist zero waste Xmas Decor part 1: sustainable xmas tree



We found a solution to our desire to have a christmas tree now we are a family whilst staying true to our values of living a more sustainable, eco conscious life. Hooray for Timba Tree!!

https://timbatree.co.uk/

Here’s a link to Part 2 where you can see our minimalist Xmas Decor including the decorated tree:


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7 comments for “Minimalist zero waste Xmas Decor part 1: sustainable xmas tree

  1. April 21, 2019 at 1:21 am

    I used to love all the plastic glittery junk but now it makes me sad to know the impact on the planet…sometimes it seems hopeless to try to tell my friends/family and ACTUALLY convince them.

  2. April 21, 2019 at 1:21 am

    I also hate the idea of fake plastic Christmas trees. those who say they are more environmentally friendly are kidding themselves. they are made with harsh chemicals manufactured in a factory in China which emits C02, then shipped overseas, trucked to shops, packaged in card board box's, then uses for a specified number of years before being thrown in the garbage. I've had people give me a hard time because I go cut a tree down. I do not buy from Christmas tree lots, I apply for a permit to cut a tree down on crown land, use the tree, then put it back where it came from to decompose back into the soil. use its a one season use however manufacturing plastic then shipping it half way around the world is not something I can get behind.

  3. April 21, 2019 at 1:21 am

    I have a Norfolk Pine that I keep in my living room year round. When christmas comes around I add some light twinkly lights and a few handmade decorations and voila! Zero waste christmas tree!

  4. April 21, 2019 at 1:21 am

    Why not get a live rosemary plant shaped like a tree? My mother did that one year when we couldn't afford a tree. We had it for 20 years before we had to leave it behind. (it got to big and we had to plant it in my aunts yard)

  5. April 21, 2019 at 1:21 am

    Aw this is brill!! You have sorted my tree prob just hope they have some left in stock!

  6. April 21, 2019 at 1:21 am

    Love this christmas tree! My flatmates and me have a plastic tree that has been in use for years and years which we decorated with a bunch of decoration that my flatmate collected throughout the years. While I do like the smell of a real christmas tree, it really doesn't have to be the real once. Besides, christmas trees are so expensive, there is always so much waste, dirt and they are a hassle to buy even. your wooden one is a lovely alternative!! 🙂

  7. April 21, 2019 at 1:21 am

    .are you decorating it? I'd love to see it decorated

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