Having just put my own Christmas tree up I was feeling pretty proud of myself as it looks quite neat and tidy, but then a quick look around online at other peoples I wasn’t feeling so smug. But it’s not just the normal trees that have made me jealous, it is some of the more crazy and unusual Christmas trees you can find online. Today we are taking a look at some of the crazy and wild character Christmas Trees, ones shaped like iconic characters from the present and past. If you need a festive tree to make you smile these will do the trick just nicely…
The Evil Queen – Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs
This amazing tree is styled by Clermont-based artist Alfredo Majuri Vargas, who’s is often found going viral every year for the same reasons. This one inspired by The Evil Queen from the classic Disney movie Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs is slightly evil, but yet somehow still feels festive at the same time.
Jack Skellington – The Nightmare Before Christmas
This tree might be a little too scary for some as it is modelled on Jack Skellington who is a character and the main protagonist of the 1993 film The Nightmare Before Christmas by Tim Burton. While a little Halloween in style it is based around a family favourite festive movie so it could be put up at Halloween and left up till after Christmas!
Darth Vader & Stormtrooper – Star Wars
It would have been better if one of these trees was a Jedi somehow as then you could have picked which side of the StarWars world you like. But I do like the white and black contrast between them. I have to say the Darth Vader is a lot better than the Stormtrooper one, but they are both quite cool.
Michael Keaton – BatMan
There aren’t many Christmas trees that bring festive joy and fight crime, but this one probably does. It’s a wired combination of tree and batman costume, but it does look cool in an odd kind of way. I’m just not sure Batman himself would be so festive given that is Parents died at this time of year.
Kirby – Kirby and the Rainbow Paintbrush
This has to be one of the oddest Christmas trees you will ever see and one that is being half-eaten by the theme itself. The sideways style of it means you can’t get many presents under the tree, but it does bring a smile to the face at least, much like the Kirby video games often do.
Oscar The Grouch – Sesame Street
Do you have to put the Christmas tree up to please the family, but hate all the festivities yourself? Why not turn your tree into a grumpy statement by theming it into the grumpiest person I know who is Oscar The Grouch. You could always drag the bin outside afterwards with the tree for the binman to take!
Cookie Monster – Sesame Street
It’s not often you see a blue Christmas tree at all, but you essentially don’t see one shaped like the monster of all things cookie, the Cookie Monster himself. This one made me smile instantly and I am sure it would do the same to anyone walking into the house.
Mickey Mouse – Fantasia
The original Fantasia cartoon movie was released back in 1940 and has been brought back to life many times and it seems it has even inspired someone to character theme their Christmas tree on the main Cartoon character star of the movie, none other than the mouse himself Mickey. This would be better off inside a Club-House!
Father Christmas – Various
What better theme to give a Christmas tree than the man himself, Saint Nick, Kris Kringle, or simply Santa. It looks festive, it still manages to look like a tree and it is perfect for this time of year. I’m not sure how the head is made, but the tree itself is red with white tinsel for most of the colour decoration.
Lego Minifigure – Various
IF you enjoyed the Lego movies you will love this rather odd Lego Minifigure themed tree. While it is a shame the tree itself isn’t made of Lego the character parts themselves do kind of work. This would be extra great if there was plenty of wrapped up Lego presents under the tree as well.
If you enjoyed these ten character Christmas trees you will enjoy seeing ten more ‘Ten Character Themed Christmas Trees With Festive Personality‘ as well.