Top 25 DIY Christmas Tree Skirts

You’ve got every decoration ready, but still want to make the décor a bit more personalized? That’s actually a great idea. This way, you wouldn’t be shelling huge bucks, and will have something to hand down through the generations.  So why not make a Christmas tree skirt this year?

Christmas tree skirt is one of those decorative items that people usually ignore, unaware that it can create a cozy and festive atmosphere during the holiday season. And making a tree skirt is no rocket science. You just have to assemble the fabric and sew or glue it. So today, we’ve compiled a list of 25 DIY Christmas tree ideas for your help. Have a look at them below!

  1. Poinsettia Christmas Tree Skirt:

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This beautiful tree skirt will add a perfect finishing touch to your well decorated Christmas tree. The flowers add the awesomeness to the tree skirt. So Mandy has provided you with the flower template too for your assistance.

  1. Burlap Christmas Tree Skirt:

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If you have never sewn a tree skirt, then this quick and easy DIY will assist you. Unlike most of the tree skirts, this skirt is sewn, and not glued. Even the edges are neatly finished to prevent fraying. And the larger size means that it will give great covered to show it off once the gifts are placed under the tree.

  1. Drop Cloth Christmas Tree Skirt:

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This stunning Christmas tree skirt is doable for everyone who can take cut a straight line and can hold a hot glue gun. Yes, the process may seem a tad tedious, but it is easy. We loved the burlap bow a lot!

  1. Ivory Flower Christmas Tree Skirt:

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This elegant tree skirt will definitely steal the spotlight. And the best part is that is it super easy to make and requires no sewing at all. You just have to take a large piece of felt and fold into two. Then cut it in half and then cut a smaller circle out of the middle. And glue the flowers around the edges. You’re done.

  1. Ornament Tree Trimmed Skirt:

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Give your house a merry look with this whimsical Christmas tree skirt. This skirt is literally bubbling with style. And the color combination is very unusual.

  1. Ombre Ruffled Tree Skirt:

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Here’s another traditional ombre tree skirt tutorial for you. We loved the color combination of this tree skirt! Try to make it ahead of time so that you can do other tasks without any stress.

  1. Quilt Motif Christmas Tree Skirt:

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Adding felt cut out on a ready-made skirt or the one that you sew yourself can instantly perk up the look. For the Tannenbaum coasters, you can go for any shade you like. You can customize the color combination to suit your décor.

  1. No Sew Ruffled Tree Skirt:

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Burlap is the latest trend in Christmas decoration. So if you are as obsessed with burlap as we are, then here’s a DIY for you. We loved how this Christmas tree skirt turned out.

  1. Red, White And Blue Ruffled Tree Skirt:

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Here’s a lovely tree skirt made with red and white polka felt, blue turquoise felt and white flannel. You do not have to follow the same color combination. Red, white,  green will look equally beautiful.

  1. Satin Red Ruffled Tree Skirt:

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Here’s a fun and gorgeous satin ruffled tree skirt for you to sky. For a change, we’ve included a video DIY to ease your work.

  1. No-Sew Sunburst Christmas Tree Skirt:

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Felt is a perfect fabric for doing no-sew holiday projects. The raw edges of the felt do not fray, giving you a neat look. This tree skirt may look a bit complicated, but is made entirely with fabric glue and straight cut. It’s a perfect craft when you are short of time during the holiday season.

  1. Scalloped Felt Tree Skirt:

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Centsational Girl has provided step-by-step instructions for this lovely scalloped felt tree skirt for a candy themed Christmas tree. This skirt looks beautiful, yet not on your face Christmassy.

  1. Tutu Tree Skirt:

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Could a Christmas tree skirt look cuter? It’s a perfect alternative if you are tired of going for the same old, felt or satin Christmas tree skirt. It would look fantastic around the base of your Christmas tree.

  1. Christmas Tree Skirt From Tablecloth:

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Class up your Christmas tree with this gorgeous Christmas tree skirt made from a tablecloth. The burlap ribbon is accentuating the overall look. Even the tutorial is very explicit.

  1. Ho Ho Ho:

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Transform an inexpensive fleece blanket into a Christmas tree by cutting a large hole in the center and then embellishing it with snowflake appliques and ribbon around the edges.

  1. Pop-Pom Christmas Tree Skirt:

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Add some whimsical fun to the base of your Christmas tree by making a cute tree skirt out of an inexpensive plain tablecloth. Decorate it with some pom pom around the edges.

  1. Frilly Christmas Tree Skirt:

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Here’s another easy way to dress up your tree. Take an old or store bought tree skirt and hot glue the white fabric neatly on it. You can either go for white, or use any other color as per your decor.

  1. Whimsical Christmas Tree Skirt:

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If you want a traditional Christmas tree skirt, then this DIY with the free template and sewing instructions can help you make it.

  1. Scandinavian-Inspired No-Sew Felt Tree Skirt:

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Here’s a colorful Christmas tree skirt design inspired by Nordic design. This tree skirt does not require sewing. You can make it by layering the felt cutout and outlining with a yarn. Simple, isn’t it?

  1. Polka Dotted Christmas Tree Skirt:

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This polka dotted skirt looks lovely at the base of the tree. You can either use premade tree skirts for embellishing this tree skirt or cut out your own felt circles. Both will look amazing. And as we said before, the color combination is totally upon you to decide.

  1. Bright Pink:

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This one looks royal! For this stunning and vibrant tree skirt, you have to glue the edges of the textured felt to the base. Then trim the seam and add a pompom lace at the edges. Voila!

  1. Felt Rose Christmas Tree Skirt:

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This Christmas tree skirt is hands down the prettiest of all. The mini felt flowers and the unique color palette is simply magnificent. Dina has used this tree skirt for her little, wire tree, but you are free to use it for your real or artificial Christmas tree.

  1. Holly Christmas Tree Skirt:

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So you want to make a Christmas tree skirt that you don’t wish to cover with gifts? Then this tree skirt is perfect for you. To make the skirt, just cut a circle of the desired size with a slit. And make the holly leaves and berries from the felt. Hand stitch the leaves and berries neatly, and you’re done.

  1. Purple Ombre Christmas Tree Skirt:

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Are you tired of giving a trendy look to your tree, then this classy, ombre Christmas tree skirt is perfect for you. You can use any of your favorite shades for creating this skirt.

  1. Beige Ruffled Christmas Tree Skirt:

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Put finishing touches on your tree with this elegant beige linen tree skirt. The only tools you need for making this tree skirt are glue, scissors, and fabric.

We hope you like our compilation on Christmas tree skirts. Tell us which one you made for your tree by commenting below!

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