8 Ways to Give Your Tree a Filter!

8 Ways to Give Your

Tree a Filter!

#selfieee Small tree with paper cutout cats hung from it, along with twine and a small cactus

These days, we all love a good filter --   

-- whether it's Roses on Snapchat or Early Bird on Instagram, why not let your tree in on some of that Snapchat action too? Replace the pine with a pink succulent and snowmen with glittery cats and Beyoncé. Why? Because this year was a year of glitter for you, and with these 2-D filter-themed ornaments made from JAM Glitter Wrapping Paper, you will #shineon.

1. Cover your tree in mustaches. 

Small tree with paper mustache ornaments hung from it, and a small cactus

Cover your tree in a festoon of mustaches for branches that are also conversation pieces.  These are easy to make: print out your template on a thick card stock, and glue it onto your favorite wrapping scraps (dotted line side up).  Cut along the dotted line.   Use a threading needle or small whole punch to make an opening for your string. (A festive red and white ball of baker's twine reminds us of candy canes!) Then add your own personal touches with wrapping in different patterns.

Get the template here.

2. Beyonce filter. 

Beyonce ornament made from honey-colored metallic matte, earth tones, and red glitter wrapping paper Beyonce filter, because... Beyonce. Bey slayed in 2016. Now she is going to slay your tree. Our Beyonce is made of a honey-colored metallic matte, earth tones, and red glitter wrapping paper for that extra dash of Yonce. Get the template here.

3. Cover your tree in paper wine glasses.

 Wine glass ornaments made from silver wrapping paper and dark merlot wrapping paper

#winewednesday #winetime #winenot?

We Used: 

A dark, Merlot Glitter Wrapping Paper

Silver and Brown Striped Recycled Wrapping Paper

Get the template here.

4. Cover your tree in cats.

 cats, cat tree, christmas tree, cat ornaments

These are plain cats because cats are always in season. Mix and match your cats with patterns, solids, and glitter. You won't cut each one out perfectly -- but that's OK.  The flaws are what give each cat his pizzazz! Get the template here.

5. Rangers filter!

New York Rangers paper ornament made from template

Rangers filter, because... Rangers!  A filter can basically be anything, and sometimes you lose bets and are subjected to the whims of your boss.  *Sigh* Get the template here.

6. Crown filter!

Crown paper ornaments made from metallic Kraft Paper

This "Where the Wild Things Are" crown-inspired filter is so cute you could hang it up, you could.   We Used: Metallic Kraft paper with a woven, earthy shimmer worthy of the book! Template here.

7. Cover Your Tree in Hearts.

Heart shaped paper ornaments made from red glittery kraft

Hearts are iconic. Make your tree quirky with these heart filter ornaments cut out of card stock and extra glittery red wrapping paper.

Get the template here.

8. Rose filter!!

Wine glass, crown, and flower paper ornaments This rose pattern is intricate and fun to stitch together. Baby pink matte wrapping makes a good base with fuchsia glitter wrapping for the details.

Get the template here.

Now you know how to give your tree a filter. Remember, anything can be a filter: cats, trees, Anna Wintour, puking rainbows. This holiday, go for non-traditional and let your imagination slay like Santa!

Why Your Tree Needs a Filter

If you want to ensure the health and longevity of your tree, providing it with a filter is essential. Trees can benefit from having a filter to remove impurities from the air and water, leading to improved air quality and overall tree health. By implementing a filter, you can help your tree thrive and contribute to a cleaner environment. There are various ways to give your tree a filter, and it's important to explore these options to find the best solution for your specific tree and location.

The Benefits of Tree Filters

Implementing a filter for your tree can result in numerous benefits. Not only does it improve air quality, but it also helps to reduce the impact of pollution on your tree's health. Additionally, a filter can prevent harmful substances from reaching the tree's roots, leading to improved water quality and nutrient absorption. By providing your tree with a filter, you are investing in its long-term health and contributing to a cleaner and healthier environment.

Use Cases for Tree Filters

Tree filters can be used in various settings, including urban environments, residential areas, and commercial properties. They are particularly beneficial in locations with high levels of air and water pollution, as they can help mitigate the negative effects on tree health. Whether you have a single tree in your backyard or manage a large green space, implementing a filter can make a significant difference in the well-being of your trees.

Alternatives to Traditional Tree Filters

While traditional tree filters are effective, there are alternative methods to improve air and water quality for your tree. For example, planting companion plants that have air-purifying properties can complement the use of a filter. Additionally, regular maintenance and care for your tree, such as proper watering and pruning, can contribute to its overall health and reduce the need for extensive filtration.

Tips for Using Tree Filters

When implementing a filter for your tree, it's important to consider the specific needs of the tree species and the environmental conditions. Research the types of filters available and choose one that is suitable for your tree's size and location. Regularly monitor the effectiveness of the filter and make adjustments as needed to ensure optimal performance. Additionally, consider consulting with a professional arborist to receive expert guidance on the best filtration options for your tree.

Ensuring Long-Term Success with Tree Filters

To ensure the long-term success of your tree filters, it's essential to prioritize regular maintenance and monitoring. Keep an eye on the condition of the filter and replace it as needed to maintain its effectiveness. Additionally, continue to provide proper care for your tree, including watering, fertilizing, and pruning, to support its overall health and resilience. By taking a proactive approach to tree care and filtration, you can contribute to a healthier environment and the well-being of your trees.


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