Christmas tree skirts are the perfect way to cover the bottom of your tree.

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If you are looking for the best tree skirt for your Christmas tree, then you have come to the right place. We have the best tree skirts for all types of Christmas tree sizes. If you are looking for a Christmas tree skirt pattern, we have a large selection of patterns and you can even make your own custom tree skirt.

Tree skirt ideas

Tree skirts are the best way to decorate your home with a natural. You can use them anywhere from a corner of your living room to the dining table. Tree skirts are not just beautiful but also very versatile. You can use them as a decorative piece in any room of your house and they will look great!

Here are some tree skirt ideas that will help you create a beautiful tree skirt for your home:

Last minute christmas cape tree skirt

Time to get your tree skirt together for the holidays. It’s time to add a bit of whimsy and festivity to your tree’s base by covering it in a festive skirt. 

Buy an inexpensive fabric with a holiday pattern and cut it into strips. Then use hot glue to attach the strips around the bottom of your tree. If you’re feeling ambitious, add more strips as garland (like we did on our tree). The best part? You can remove it after the holidays and use it again next year!

Use scraps from sewing projects or knit some garland by hand. Attach it to your tree using hot glue or needle and thread. You can also use ribbon or twine if you don’t want anything too bulky under your tree.

Make a paper chain garland by folding strips of paper in half lengthwise, gluing them together end-to-end, then cutting them into 2-inch lengths (the exact length will depend on how long you want your garland).

Mini tree skirt

Got no time to buy a tree but still want a decorative Christmas tree with a white and red tree skirt? This tabletop Christmas tree comes with a mini tree skirt will be a beautiful addition to your home decoration! This miniature Christmas tree uses material of PVC and it looks like a real pine tree. It comes with clear lights that you can turn it on or off by using the switch on top of the mini tree.

Traditional white tree skirt

You can use a white christmas tree skirt on any color of Christmas tree, but it’s especially popular with green trees. It’s also a great choice if you want to add some white to your holiday decorations while keeping the focus on other colors. You can buy a plain white tree skirt or one with designs stitched on it.

Burlap Tree Skirt

This burlap tree skirt is the perfect addition to your Christmas decor. Its simple design allows it to blend in with any other holiday decor. And its neutral color makes it easy to match with anything! Burlap tree skirt’s material is high quality burlap fabric, which means it will stand the test of time. It’s been hand-sewn and hand-hemmd, so you can be sure that this product will last for years to come. It’s also a great way to add some texture and interest to your Christmas tree.

Christmas Tree Skirt Patterns

If you want a more festive look for your Christmas tree, then consider getting one with a patterned skirt instead of just plain colors. They come in all sorts of patterns such as santa, reindeer, snowman, snowflake and more! There are so many different kinds available that it would be hard not to find one that would fit your needs! 

DIY tree skirt

There are many ways to create a tree skirt for your Christmas tree. The most common  uses fabric, but you can make yours with other materials such as paper or even cardboard.

1. Start by folding the fabric in half and cutting it on the fold.

2. Next, cut two pieces of ribbon to the desired length of your skirt. Our tree is 7′ tall and we cut ours to be 9′ long so we would have some extra fabric to tie around the base of the tree. You can make these any length you want, just make sure they are not too long or they will drag on the ground and get dirty.

3. Cut a piece of fabric into a triangle (it’s easier if you cut it from the bottom corner up). Tie around both pieces of ribbon with a simple overhand knot, then trim any excess fabric from around the knot so it looks nice and tidy on top of your tree skirt. Repeat for all four sides of your skirt!