14 Homemade Christmas Tree Skirt Ideas
Wanting to make a homemade tree skirt this year? Check out this collection of creative Christmas tree skirt ideas!
Get excited about Christmas this year by creating a plethora of home decorations. From mantel decor to ornament crafts, there are so many ways to spruce up your home for the holidays. And don't forget the most important element of all: the Christmas tree. We've put together 14 Homemade Christmas Tree Skirt Ideas to help you make every part of your home decor festive this year.
Creating your own Christmas tree skirt patterns saves you money and gives you an opportunity to perfect your crafting skills. You can make your own quilted Christmas tree skirts or crochet Christmas tree skirts. Feel free to experiment with colors of yarn and fabric to match the rest of your Christmas decor.
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Simple Christmas Tree Skirt Ideas
These Christmas tree skirt patterns are great for crafting beginners. They're also great if you don't have a lot of time on your hands but still want to create something beautiful to drape around the base of your tree. You don't have to be an expert sewer, knitter, or crocheter to end up with stunning results!
For a sassy statement, you can't beat this faux fur DIY tree skirt. It may look like it costs a pretty penny, but it's an inexpensive alternative to a store-bought tree skirt.
We love the combination festive fabric and rustic burlap in this super cute Christmas tree skirt pattern.
Add some ruffly fun to your homemade decorations with this easy, no-sew project.
Unique Homemade Tree Skirts
These Christmas tree skirt patterns aren't likely to be sold by your local home decor retailer. You can create something you won't find in the homes of any of your friends or family members, making these tree skirts truly one-of-a-kind.
With its stylized Christmas trees and stars, this basic tree skirt pattern is a modern take on traditional Christmas symbols.
Raid your scrap stash to put together this sensational, scrap-busting DIY tree skirt.
Dress up a plain white crochet tree skirt with a pretty poinsettia motif.
This great DIY Christmas craft is a gorgeous way to dress up your Christmas tree!
Paper Christmas crafts just got a lot more exciting!
Advanced Ideas for Tree Skirts
If you're looking for a bit of a challenge, then these Christmas tree skirt patterns are just for you! These tree skirts take a bit more time and require a higher level skill set to create, but your efforts will certainly be rewarded with gorgeous decor that you'll be proud to show off to anyone who steps into your home.
Knit your next Christmas craft. Make a Silent Night Tree Skirt - it can easily be turned into a fully-functional poncho.
Crochet is as practical as it is pretty. Use your scraps and get creative at the same time when you follow this tutorial on how to crochet a Christmas tree skirt.
Instead of using red or green fabric, you can learn how to make a tree skirt with dark gray wool felt.
What is your favorite tree skirt style? Tell us below!
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