A tree skirt is a must: it helps you cover the base of the tree making it cooler and highlight the style of the tree decor. I’ve prepared some DIYs of fabric Christmas trees you may easily make, take a look and maybe you’ll find a proper idea here.
This colorful tree skirt is a maximalist’s dream! The colors, the sparkle, the textures, it’s gonna fascinate you! Find embroidered appliques and patches that would work well on the skirt. Once you have all your materials, the process of actually making the applique tree skirt is fairly simple! Though you do need a sewing machine for the base of the skirt, apply all the appliques with fabric glue: a much faster method than sewing. This is such a festive tree skirt and certainly heirloom quality. You can certainly customize the looks with your fabric choices and different applique selections, so have fun with it!
Glitter is traditional for Christmas and it will make your space super festive! If you’ve chosen gold for your tree color scheme, add in a special tree skirt for a little more glitz to the present area, and just find fabric-backed glitter that will be perfect for the job! A white Christmas tree with gold glitter stars of various sizes is a great idea for adding a touch of glam. Enjoy!
Red and white are super traditional for Christmas as they remind us of peppermint candies. This peppermint candy inspired tree skirt is an amazing idea to rock, and it’s super easy to make and requires very basic sewing skills. Add red pompoms to line the skirt and make it look even more festive. So fun, so cute, so traditional yet whimsy!
This amazing tree skirt is ideal for a rustic or natural Christmas tree, it’s sewn of grey felt and there are cute snowflakes embroidered. It’s simple yet very chic and minimalist, the color scheme is optional – you may swap grey for something brighter and bolder, if your ornaments are bold. If not, keep the tree skirt grey and you may rock no decor on the tree at all. Read how to sew the tree skirt easily and fast and enjoy!
This tree skirt features the most popular winter shades: grey, white and red and some fluffy pompoms to decorate it. The skirt is a bit draped and the edges are draped, too, so you may easily make one. read how to sew the skirt and change the colors if they don’t fit your decor. Add more pompoms for a cuter and whimsier look!
Whether you have vintage ornaments or only modern black and white ones, I’ve got a nice idea of a tree skirt to make. This DIY is pretty basic and not too hard to make, although sewing the little crosses on took longer than I thought it would. If you don’t have a sewing machine or don’t want to take the time, try using Stitch Witchery or a hot glue gun to attach them! A new, modern Christmas tree skirt with clean lines and simple colors is all you need this Christmas.
This mini tree skirt is great for small trees or tabletop ones. This DIY is a simple tree skirt to add that extra special touch to your tabletop tree. It’s super easy (seriously satisfying to have it done so quickly and painlessly) and it’s inexpensive as well. It’s a white skirt with white pompoms. In addition to color, you could easily mix up the trim and in addition to pompoms go with a scallop or zig zag pattern. Enjoy!