Update your Christmas Tree this year with a DIY Christmas Tree collar. It’s a great alternative to a traditional Christmas tree skirt.
There are tons of different ways to make a DIY tree collar that you will absolutely love.
One popular idea is to repurpose an old metal planter to fit around the base of your tree.
Another affordable option is to wrap a piece of wood in fabric, or even use a basket or bucket to fit around the Christmas Tree stand.
The great thing is a tree collar works with both an artificial tree and a real tree.
Get creative and have fun with it! Once you’ve got your Christmas Tree base, you can embellish it with ribbon, greenery, or whatever else you like.
Christmas Tree Collars
I’ve gathered a collection of 15 DIY tree collar ideas for some inspiration.
There are options for wooden Christmas Tree collars that go with any style of Christmas decorations, plus a few unique ideas made with fabric.
Choose any fabric you like to compliment your home decor-like perhaps buffalo check!
If you prefer to buy rather than DIY, here is a festive collection of budget-friendly tree collars from Home Depot, Target, and Walmart.
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Whether you’re looking for something glamorous or rustic, I’m sure you’ll find the perfect idea here! Happy Holidays! 🙂
I hope you found these DIY Christmas Tree collar ideas helpful. Which idea is your favorite? Leave a comment below to let me know.
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A Christmas Tree collar is a base that wraps around the bottom of the tree to cover the tree stand. It is a modern update to a Christmas Tree skirt.
Christmas Tree collars wrap more tightly around the stand to give a finished look to the bottom of the tree. You don’t have to worry about the tree skirt bunching up or getting wrinkles.
There are tons of creative ways to make a Christmas Tree collar. A few popular options are to use posterboard with fabric, scrap wood to form a square box, or recycled cardboard with peel-and-stick tile.
Plywood, shiplap, and scrap wood make beautiful tree collars. A more affordable option is to use posterboard or cardboard.
This is totally a personal choice. If you prefer a more modern look, go without a tree skirt. If you want to add an additional layer and texture, go with a tree skirt.
See even more Christmas ideas in these related posts:
- Christmas Tree Mantel
- Country Christmas Outdoor Decorations
- Woodland Themed Christmas Bedroom
- Little Red Truck Christmas Porch Decor
- Elegant Flocked Christmas Tree with Blue and Silver
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