Finally, the countdown begins for the greatest and merriest festival of the year. Bet the decorations are in full swing and loads of décor accents are being ordered from the store. Amidst all the excitement and work, your Christmas Tree is getting highlighted with glowing lights, bells, stockings, and tassel garlands. However, don’t forget to use a tree skirt to cover up the unattractive-looking tree stand. Jump over to the tutorials for carving out a stunning skirt from pieces of burlap and save some unnecessary expenditure before the Big Day.
An old curtain and some burlap fabric do the trick here. The touch of a colorful palette can be given with decorative accessories.
The last leg of this overtly cute burlap skirt is the white cotton twill tape folded in a fashionably clever way to look like a pretty bow.
You can stay least worried about the skirt fraying as it is easy to fix courtesy the open seam.
If your preference is off-white, less-detailed pattern Christmas tree skirt, then bring in some printed burlap fabric. Embroidering the border is a red bias binding tape for some sophistication in the design.
Ruffled and all marvelous, this polka dot Christmas skirt takes your sewing skills to another level. Giving the suture an exceptional finish, is the dainty blue ribbon.
Not as challenging as it looks like, the interesting video tutorial teaches you some cool tactics to work up on the Christmas tree skirt.
The lacy trim is sewn around the chalk-white skirt for incorporating elegance and the remnant hues of white Christmas. Opt for a solid-colored border to bring disparity in the pattern.
Don’t make it as your last minute Christmas décor accessory otherwise, you cannot get the neat and clean look.
On a downright monochromatic background, the fabulous skirt can create an unbalanced look. Just the scissors and glue are needed.
Isn’t it a fancy accent for your beautifully decorated tree?
Decide upon the size of the skirt before arranging the supplies on your table. Just the sole use of burlap is not mandatory as a combination with other materials such as felt, lace, or ribbons makes for the right color scheme. We expect some more unique ideas from you too. Good Luck and Merry Christmas in advance!
Published on December 18th 2015 by Michelle Anderson