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Blogmas Day 8 // The best, worst, and most unusual Bookmas trees I’ve come across

For Blogmas day eight, I wanted to theme my post around something that combines an icon of the festive season with our favourite things: ‘Bookmas’ trees. These tree-shaped stacks are time-consuming to arrange, but wonderful to look at, and I wanted to share a few of the best, strangest, and most original that I’ve come across in recent weeks.


The classic

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The floating tree

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The in-shelf tree

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The in-book tree

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The more-lights-than-tree tree

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The neat-but-alternative tree

The big boi

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The small boi

The ‘you tried’ tree

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The decadent tree

Christmas book tree. Pin if you like it! :) #christmas #xmas #books #decoration

The five-minute job

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The snow-splosion

Small Library Christmas tree. Love it. www.ArtMuseums.com

The evergreen

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The tiny DIY tree

These are easy to make. I made these using some books I bought at goodwill. Paperback romance novels seem to work best due to the binding. You can spray paint them or just add ribbon, stickers, or other "bling".

Bonus: not a tree, just Olaf

Olaf is going to be a must for January and February in the AES Library!


Have you ever made a book Christmas tree? (Did it go well?) Which is your favourite of these trees? Mine’s definitely the decadent tree!

Until next time,KateNEW

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