In 2011, I brought you the best book-based Christmas trees the Internet had to offer to make your season bright. In revisiting the subject three years later, I'm happy to discover even more bookish trees to help you celebrate the holidays in literate style.
Here's a how-to guide for making paperback Christmas trees from Kayla Aimee. Bonus: You can add glitter. Glitter!
Martha Stewart has a DIY tree made out of stacked book or newspaper pages.
An in-book tree from Black Gate.
Overlapping book pages trees with tutorial from My Blessed Life.
Another book page tree tutorial, this one scalloped and from I Craft With Love.
Reading Confetti has gift-wrapped books propped up like trees and serving as an Advent calendar.
OK, fine, this one's not a tree. It's a wreath, and it's gorgeous. Instructions at Homemade by Jill.
All right, last-minute crafters who can tolerate tearing apart books. Get to it!