You’ve opened the presents. Sipped the nog. Hot-tubbed in champagne.
And so, as the new year quickly becomes just “the year,” there’s only one tradition left to check off your list.
We’re talking, of course, about turning your Christmas tree into a footstool, the UrbanDaddy newsletter reports.
Introducing The Christmas Tree Project, a pop-up concept from a carpenter in London who will transform your cast-off tree into a hand-carved stool, taking orders until January 6.
If you’re looking for a way to turn your tree into a hand-whittled chunk of rugged decor—and frankly, we don’t see why you wouldn’t be—this is it. If you happen to be in London, they’ll pick up your tree and, after a month’s wait, return bearing a hand-carved stool made from the very same pine-scented wood.
Photo by libbysellers.
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