Christmas tree free is a term used to describe a holiday celebration that does not involve a traditional Christmas tree.
This term first came into use due to various reasons.
Some people may not have the space for a tree, or could be allergic to real pine trees, or maybe they simply want to try something different.
In recent times, people have been coming up with creative alternatives to the traditional Christmas tree.
These could be everything, from drawing a tree on a sheet of paper and sticking it on the wall, to stacking books into the shape of a tree.
People might decorate these ‘fake’ trees just as they would a normal tree.
People also use this term to talk about more sustainable or environmentally-friendly ways of celebrating Christmas.
Sometimes, cutting down real trees for Christmas decorations can be harmful to the environment.
So many people choose to go “Christmas tree free” and use recycled or reused items instead.
In a way, going Christmas tree free is a method to keep the Christmas spirit alive, but in a more eco-friendly manner.
It’s all about embracing the joy of creativity, innovation, and care for the environment during the festive season.