There is nothing like the glow of a tree to put you in the Christmas spirit, which is why a genius hack for a space-saving Christmas tree has people excited for the holiday.
The idea was shared on the money-saving Facebook group On a Budget and shows people how to create a Christmas tree out of just garlands, lights and a wooden frame.
In the two photos, it show the crafty method of creating a tree by simply wrapping the green evergreen-like garland around the triangle-shaped wood frame.
The end result is a stunning, perfectly shaped wall-mounted Christmas tree - which has since been shared by 94,000 people enamoured by the idea.
“What a great idea this looks fantastic,” one person wrote.
Another said: “Great for anyone who has a small room.”
In addition to appealing to people who may not have room for an actual tree, the hack is also useful for those who do not want to spend money on Christmas decor that is only good for a few weeks.
“Shows what you can do with imagination and a small budget,” one person wrote.
Others shared their own versions of the hack, showing just how festive and easy it can be.
However, those with cats may want to think twice before trying the hack, as many commenters pointed out their feline friends would love to unravel the tree.