10 Festive DIY Christmas Tree Skirts
There’s nothing like a classic tree skirt to finish off your Christmas tree decorations. A tree skirt grounds the decor and makes the vignette look polished and complete. Store-bought tree skirts can be pricey, and there’s no guarantee you’ll find the style or the colors you’d like. Why not customize your skirt by making it yourself? A tree skirt can be simple or detailed, classic and traditional or modern and clean. It can be whimsical, fun, fresh, or chic. You can use it to finalize the tone of your decor, so use these 10 DIY Christmas tree skirts as inspiration for your own!
2. Plaid and Pom Pom Tree Skirt, Something Is Done – If you like plaid for winter (and it’s really a winter staple, right?) you’ll love this skirt. The photo tutorial makes it an easy sew while the pom pom trim adds the right touch of whimsy.
3. Felt Fringe Tree Skirt, Pretty Prudent – This cute and modern skirt uses felt, which makes it a quick sew with no hemming or raw edges involved! The fringe element is a fun alternative to ruffles and you can customize it with any colors you’d like.
4. Rustic Tree Skirt, Country Woman Mag – This truly unique take on the tree skirt idea is intriguing. It makes use of grapevine wreaths in graduated sizes stacked around the bottom of the tree. There’s no sewing – or fabric! – involved though it still looks festive without the ruffles, lace and standard Christmas motifs.
5. Ruched Tree Skirt, Teal and Lime – This tree skirt takes the classic circle up a notch. It’s a nice, simple look with one color and a small unified detail all around that makes it understated and classy.
6. Sequin Tree Skirt, Flowers are Lovely – Want to add a little sparkle under your tree? This skirt is killer glam without going overboard. The gold sequins are just the right amount of shine, without being glittery and gaudy.
7. Burlap and Felt Tree Skirt, Decorating Ideas Made Easy – This skirt is a simple design with some fancy touches. An outer ruffled tier and tiny felt flowers add charm, but it’s the covered buttons that really pull it together.
8. Sweater Skirt, So Eclectic – With an old sweater, a scissors and a couple of stitches, this Christmas tree got a cozy skirt with a custom look. It’s got a warm and homey look that’s truly inviting.
9. Scalloped Tree Skirt, Centsational Girl – These scallops are a lot easier to make than you’d think – because they’re felt! Attach a bunch of felt half-circles around a bottom layer of fabric cut in a circle, and you’ve got a cute scalloped skirt without the headache! It’s fanciful and fun, and the unconventional colors make it pop.
10. Tablecloth Turned Tree Skirt, design POST Interiors – If you think tree skirts are too much trouble, try this one before swearing off the DIY look. It’s made from a round tablecloth, so with two cuts you’re finished! It literally takes about a minute to complete.
Kimberly Mueller is the “me” over at bugaboo, mini, mr & me, a blog that highlights her creative endeavors. She especially likes to share kid crafts, sewing attempts, recipes, upcycled projects, photography and free printable gift tags/cards. When she’s not enjoying being married to her best friend, chasing after the natives (AKA her three kids) and attempting to keep the house in one piece, you can find her with a glue gun in one hand and spray paint in the other. Aside from DIY pursuits, she also enjoys writing, reading, music, singing (mostly in the shower) and the color yellow. Kimberly recently published a craft book entitled Modern Mod Podge. You can also find her on Facebook, Pinterest,Bloglovin’ and Instagram. Email her at: bugabooblog(at)yahoo.com
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