The festive month is hardly a few weeks away, and the preparations at every household seem to be in full swing. The most daunting task is undoubtedly decking the Christmas tree with tons of decorative items. However, don’t forget to use a tree skirt to protect the floor from prickly pine cones, tassel pieces, and other unwanted stuff falling from the tree now and then. Here are some tutorials to help you make a cozy faux fur skirt.
The snow-white fur skirt is a snug addition to the beautiful decoration, guarding your maple wood floor as well.
The whole idea of this tutorial is that you would not be investing in any expensive fur material.
You could consider a red faux fur fabric for this tutorial if you do not want a white Christmas theme for your house.
Layer a luxury cover around your Christmas tree to provide some warmth and comfort to the surroundings.
This stunning festive accessory that oozes a charm that is difficult to behold. You will only feel like wrapping yourself in it during the winter.
The glowing tree would have a contrasting effect when you lay this elegant skirt around it and provide extra warmth.
Try stitching this pretty tree skirt that reflects hues of white matching with the feel and smell of the Christmas season.
Display this wonderful skirt on a special day and get loads of compliments from your family and friends.
Envelop your glowing tree with a faux fur skirt this holiday season to add softness and warmth to the interiors.
Now you don’t have to visit a high-end store this Christmas as you can create one at your home without burning a hole in the pocket.
The beauty of a knit tree skirt is its coziness and comfort along with a festive-like feel that reminds you to buck up for this holiday month.
A beautiful combination of muslin and fur, the tree skirt is surely going to become the talk of the town.
Follow the tutorial to make a fake snow-like tree skirt that mimics the softness and snug of a fur skirt.
Showcase the gorgeous wrapped gifts laid on a ravishing faux fur tree skirt that would make your Christmas tree merrier.
Published on November 22nd 2017 by Michelle Anderson