Have you ever wanted to make a Christmas tree skirt? It’s easier than you think. These 16 ideas are pretty and easy – you’ll have a tree skirt in no time!
I was looking at some various tree skirt ideas with a friend (she is making her own this year) and I noticed that the cutest ones aren’t that hard to make. Awesome! If you are like me and intimidated by the thought of making a tree skirt, don’t be.
A lot of options out there are low or no-sew, and people have gotten really creative with how to put them together. I’m very impressed! Scroll down to see 16 ways to make a Christmas tree skirt.
Make a Christmas Tree Skirt
This tree skirt uses a large holly design around the edges to make a statement.
You can sew a tree skirt as a base or buy one pre made – then embellish using felt circles.
I love the simple and modern feel of this tree skirt, made of gray felt and embroidered with snowflakes..
If you find yourself without a tree skirt and with five minutes on hand, use scarves you have around the house.
Rowena turned some festive dollar store table runners into an interesting tree skirt.
Pom Poms and Sequins
Chelsey used felt along with with pom poms and fabric glue to make this whimsical tree skirt.
If you love the look of granny squares and you can crochet, you’ll be hooked on this tree skirt.
This no-sew option uses a round tablecloth with a holiday theme.
Personalized for Family
Make or buy a tree skirt and then use gold paint and family handprints to personalize.
This skirt is merry and bright! If you like colorful, then this tree skirt is for you.
If you want a tree skirt that looks great, costs under $10 and takes under an hour to make, this one is for you.
All you need are muslin, burlap and a glue gun to make this pretty, no-sew tree skirt.
I love the contrast of the bright poinsettias around the edge of this simple white tree skirt.
Make a beautiful tree skirt with big button closures using this easy pattern.
Here’s another no-sew option for you – use a fleece blanket and glue on your favorite fabric decorations and ric-rac.
Painter’s Drop Cloth
Who knew that a plain old drop cloth from the hardware store could make such a beautiful tree skirt?
If you use any of these ideas to make a Christmas tree skirt, let us know in the comments!