The Christmas Utensil Tree

Monotony leads to boredom. Seeing the same trend followed everywhere ignites a quest to break the shackles and create something new that becomes the talk of the town. Every year, as Santa readies his reindeers to wish us a Merry Christmas, the concrete jungles also known as cities transform into green valleys, full of beautiful Christmas trees. Who doesn’t love the green and brown trees that awaken the Christmas spirit in us all? Trees of different sizes, loaded with gifts and lights are a tradition without which, Christmas could never be what it is. Still, the ever curious eye wanders here and there in search of a head turner. The same situation was faced by MOOZE and they came out with flying colors. Local designers in Hasselt, a small Belgian city, MOOZE decided that this year, their Christmas tree at the town center would be one of a kind; and so, the seed of a unique idea was sown. A Christmas tree, standing 300 feet tall was made of discarded household crockery! Yes, you heard it right. Almost 5000 tea cups, bowls and plates donated by the locals were used to construct this behemoth. Imagination, for once, does not do justice to what the tree actually looks like. With lights emanating from within the tree, it takes celebration and festivity to a new level. People passing by cannot help but praise this highly creative effort by MOOZE. Another benefit of this idea is that it encourages us to add a touch of recycled products to our celebrations. It also reduces the number of actual Christmas trees being cut down. So thumbs up for MOOZE for creating this amazing tree and putting a smile on everyone’s face. Enough words, scroll down to see pictures of this ceramic Christmas tree.

Christmas Tree

Christmas Tree

Christmas Tree

Christmas Tree

Christmas Tree

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