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15 Christmas Tree Skirts to Make

Are you getting ready for Christmas decorating, but would like to have something a bit more “personalized” for under the tree?

Are you hesitant to pay the bucks required to get a really fancy tree skirt? I don’t blame you. I love tree skirts — we’ve had the same handmade one at my parents’ house since I was little. It’s just about time for me to make one of my own, so I visited the interwebs for some great ideas and found a ton I would like to share.

How beautiful is this handmade ruffled liner from HGTV? Check out even more DIY ideas for tree skirts here!

1. Simple Fleece

Image source: Sew Many Ways
Image source: Sew Many Ways

You’ll be surprised that the base of this skirt is a $2.50 fleece blanket — just add embellishments.
Get the tutorial at Sew Many Ways

2. Colorful Felt

I love the unique color palette and mini felt flowers on this skirt.
Learn how to make it at Honey and Fitz

3. Circle Skirt

Add cut felt circles to a pre-made skirt, or one that you sew yourself.
Find the how-to at Better Homes and Gardens

4. Pretty in Pink

I love the look of bright felt wedges on this tree skirt, easy to make because it’s no-sew.
Get the instructions from Better Homes and Gardens

5. Scalloped Skirt

This tree skirt won’t fray and has one open seam, so filling the stand is easy.
Learn how it was made at Martha Stewart

6. Simply Modern

If you’ve never sewn a tree skirt before, this is quick, easy and very modern.
Find the step-by-step at Design Sponge

7. Tree Pants

Image source: Sew Mama Sew
Image source: Sew Mama Sew

Christmas skirts don’t have to be round — they can also be square (called “pants”).
Visit the post at Sew Mama Sew

8. Holly Skirt

You won’t want to cover these hollies cut from felt and glued to a base skirt.
Find the step-by-step at Better Homes and Gardens

9. Budget Skirt

This skirt was created by gluing fabric to a dollar store base.
See how it was made at A Mom Not a Pro

10. Chic Skirt

Get the accordion look with a fun craft product: fabric stiffener.
Learn how it was made at Martha Stewart

11. Simple Stripes

A simple white skirt with red and green stripes makes a beautiful accent to your tree.
Get the instructions from Better Homes and Gardens

12. Recycled Sweaters

Are you holding onto those old children’s clothes for nostalgic reasons? Why not sew them into a tree skirt.
See more images at Inhabitots

13. Pretty Flowers

These felt flowers look beautiful on a monochromatic background.
Find the step-by-step at Craftiness is Not Optional

14. Scarf Skirt

Use scarves you already have laying around the house to make this last-minute skirt.
Learn more about the project at Real Simple

15. Shabby Chic

For a beautiful, clean skirt look go with burlap, muslin and lace.
Get the instructions from UCreate

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