Wednesday, November 28, 2012

5 Minute Easy Christmas Tree Skirt

Have you gotten your tree up yet? I just finished working on mine this week. The boys enjoyed helping with the tree and with this project…haha
Do want to make a really easy tree skirt? You are just in luck. So I took a circular table cloth I had on hand (actually the previous owner of this house, left it in the garage! FREE)
Fold the tablecloth in fourths
Then starting at the corner of the table cloth, draw an arc. I used a piece of string and a pen to draw an even line.

Cut on the line

Unfold and admire your new tree skirt! lol
I thought this was the easiest way to make one because honestly, who wants to hem around a huge circle? Not me. So that’s why I went with the already done for me circular tablecloth. If you don’t have one laying around, they’re aren’t that expensive so it is also very frugal!


Oh and it's really good at catching all the glitter from my ornaments, I guess that's what it's for, huh?


  1. I love that they left a christmas table cloth! I love that you made it into a skirt and yeah who does want to hem one. It also looks really good, so yay you

  2. That is so cute! I need a new one this year as well!

  3. That is so smart! You've really made me think... We always get a live tree for our main living area (aside from the other 12 trees I put everywhere else). But my one problem is watering the tree. I'm thinking if I bought a vinyl flannel backed table cloth that would keep me from dibbling water all over our carpet!

    Thanks for sharing!


  4. This is awesome! Especially since I think I have an old round tablecloth. Thanks for the idea!

  5. Oh I love it...and WHAT and old table cloth?! What a genius idea! Ha those previous home owners had no idea the little gem they left behind! haha

  6. Great post! I enjoy your blog and would love for you to come share at my weekly Farm Girl Blog Fest:

    Fresh Eggs Daily

  7. Oh my goodness! I am going to do this! Thank you for sharing at Thrifty Thursday!


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