Who’s ready to do some Christmas crafts? Today I’m sharing a collection of 11 beautiful Christmas tree skirts you can make yourself. That’s right! These DIY tree skirts will add some pizzazz to your Christmas tree this year!
There’s something about the Christmas holiday season that gets me in the crafting mood like no other time of year. Maybe it’s the Christmas music, or maybe it’s the joy floating around in the air. Very possibly it’s all the good sales at Michael’s, but whatever the reason this is the season I’m found buried up to my neck in hot glue sticks and glitter.
Not only do I find making my own Christmas decor fun, but it also saves me a lot of money. I was at a store recently looking at the $69.99 price tag on a Christmas tree skirt when I thought there had to be better options. I searched and found some really pretty tree skirts that you can make yourself for a fraction of the price. Let me share these fun projects with you!
Looking for some sparkle under your tree this year? The Shimmering Stars Tree Skirt by Mom Endeavors will show you how to dress up a boring tree skirt in a quick project that can be made during naptime.
The Moroccan Tree Skirt by Lemon Thistle is so feminine and classy with layers of gold and white fringe.
I’ve never enjoyed dyeing fabric, so I was intrigued by a Painted Fabric Tree Skirt by Recreated Designs. If you want to get artistic and paint fabric, this looks like a really fun project!
I can’t get enough ruffles! The Quilted Ruffled Tree Skirt by Ashlee Marie is such an adorable tree skirt for those with sewing skills. I’m not there yet, but hopefully in the future I may try this one.
Burlap AND ruffles? Oh, yeah! Check out the Ruffled Burlap Christmas Tree Skirt by Craftaholics Anonymous and you’ll swoon….trust me!
I don’t know what it is about ruffles, but I just love them. The Ruffly & Bubbly Tree Skirt by Domestic Imperfection is perfection if you ask me. It would look so elegant in white and gold.
Since I always like a good knock off, I’m in love with the Garnet Hill Knock Off Tree Skirt by Uncommon Designs. The white poinsettias against red will add some color under your tree.
Perhaps my favorite, the Driftwood Tree Skirt by Table and Hearth is breathtaking! Whether you have a beach themed tree or not, this would look lovely with a white, gold and silver theme. Which is exactly what I have this year. Hmmm….
Don’t want to sew? No problem! The No Sew Felt Tree Skirt by 3 Little Greenwoods is so whimsical it makes me wish I had gone with a colorful tree this year!
If you’re not scared of a spray paint can, the Vinyl Record Christmas Tree Skirt by Rain on a Tin Roof is another great option. I love the gold vinyl records!!
I’m torn! These are some really great options for making your own Christmas tree skirt. Which would you make?