The Christmas commercials have started, and the weather is turning cold. We all know these are signs that Christmas is right around the corner.
But are you ready for the decorations? Do you have everything you need or the room in the budget to decorate as you’d like?
Well, if you answered, “No” let me encourage you with a reminder: DIY is your budget’s friend. If you don’t have a beautiful tree skirt to finish out your tree this year, don’t fight the crowds at the store to buy one.
Instead, browse the list I’m providing for you here for DIY Christmas tree skirt ideas. You may find one you love and can easily make.
1. Ruffly Bubbly DIY Christmas Tree Skirt
If you’re working on a tight budget but are tired of having a bare Christmas tree, consider making this one.
They used a table cloth and transformed it into a festive and beautiful way to spiff up the bottom section of their tree.
2. DIY Snowflake Christmas Tree Skirt
This tree skirt requires a few more materials than basic fabric. You’ll need enough fabric for both the front and back of the tree skirt.
Plus, you’ll need fabric paint, freezer paper, and a silhouette machine. If you have the supplies, you can have a gorgeous tree skirt.
3. Pom-Pom Tree Skirt
Do you like something festive, simple, but for it to still stand out when using it? Try this tree skirt because it should fit all three criteria.
The tree skirt starts as a simple piece of fabric. However, it turns fun and festive when the pom-poms are added to the mix.
4. Mickey Mouse Tree Skirt
Do you love Disney movies? Is part of your Christmas décor Disney themed? Then you must check out this tree skirt idea.
The skirt doesn’t come with a tutorial, but if you can find a tutorial for the silhouette of Mickey Mouse's head, you could find a way to iron it on to a store-bought or handmade tree skirt.
5. Wood Christmas Tree Base
I get annoyed with tree skirts because I have indoor cats. They not only sleep on them and get hair all over it, but they also play underneath the tree and constantly crumple up the skirt.
For people like me, having this wooden Christmas tree base is a better idea. It keeps your tree looking finished without having a tree skirt you must continuously fix.
6. DIY Christmas Tree Collar
This collar is another excellent idea to keep your Christmas tree looking finished without having a tree skirt to chase down constantly.
They took a wicker basket, cut out the back, and removed the bottom. It now fits easily around the base of the tree stand.
7. No Sew Buffalo Plaid Tree Skirt
I love the buffalo plaid look around Christmas time. It makes your home feel comfy, country, warm, and welcoming.
All the more reason to incorporate it anywhere you can. This no-sew tutorial will help you accomplish the farm Christmas look in no time.
8. Painter’s Drop Cloth Christmas Tree Skirt
This would be an inexpensive option for a tree skirt. If you have some of the supplies on hand, you could even upcycle a few things.
For instance, if you have an old painter’s drop cloth, you could transform it into a tree skirt. You would need to find a few pieces of felt and a burlap bow to accompany it.
9. DIY Galvanized Christmas Tree Skirt
Have you ever seen the Christmas trees where they appear to be sitting in a bucket? Well, if you loved the idea, this is how you make it.
The tutorial walks you through cutting a galvanized bucket down until the tree fits nicely inside of it. It’s a neat look.
10. Homey Home Design Christmas Tree Skirt
This tree skirt is another gorgeous option because it starts as a traditional round tree skirt. Then they use other materials to make a floral design.
For an added touch, they also used cotton balls as the center of the floral design. It offers a beautiful contrast to the skirt.
11. DIY Faux Fur Christmas Skirt
Do you like the softness of faux fur? Do you also enjoy the way the fur can make your house feel a little cozier and welcoming?
This faux fur Christmas skirt is a great way to add a welcoming touch to your Christmas tree this year.
12. DIY Ruffled Tree Skirt
Do ruffles make you feel warm and cozy inside? You must incorporate them into your Christmas tree design.
It doesn’t require many different materials. Only a few pieces of cotton fabric and felt are needed to make a gorgeous tree skirt.
13. The Tiered Ruffle Skirt
This ruffled tree skirt is a beautiful way to decorate under your Christmas tree. It has multiple layers of different fabrics.
Therefore, it gives the skirt a tiered look. You will cut the fabric, ruffle it, and glue it to finish the look. I love the rustic design of it.
14. Burlap and Lace Tree Skirt
Do you love to decorate your home with a rustic, farmhouse feel at Christmas time? I certainly do!
This tree skirt should be right up your alley. It has a layered appearance of burlap which is also trimmed in fancy lace.
15. Felt Flower Tree Skirt
If you have an eye for crafts, this could be exactly what you’ve been hoping for. This tree skirt begins as a basic circle.
But they add finishing touches which include a layer of poinsettias at the base of the skirt. It’s a subtle way to add some bling to your tree.
16. The No-Sew Plaid Christmas Tree Skirt
Plaid has a way of making your house feel welcoming. Therefore, it’s a great idea to incorporate it around your Christmas tree.
This awesome tutorial will help you make a no-sew plaid Christmas tree skirt. Because no sewing is required, almost anyone can make this tree skirt.
Well, you now have 16 different options for DIY Christmas tree skirt ideas. Hopefully, you’ll find one which will work well for your home, Christmas tree, and fit the theme of your Christmas decorations.
At the very least, it can keep your tree from looking naked without putting a dent in your budget.
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