Faux Fur Tree Skirt

No time for intricate Christmas decor crafts? Same! Make your own faux fur tree skirt in less than 3 minutes — for real!

Round out your holiday home with Christmas decor such as our printable 3-D holiday ornaments, 25 winter wreath ideas, and some vintage holiday sheet music, also printable!

DIY Faux fur Christmas tree skirt by Remodelaholic

Supplies:

Scissors

1 2/3 Yard (60 inches) of faux fur fabric (60″ wide)

No sew faux fur Christmas tree skirt-2

Instructions:

1. Your fabric is one big square. Lay it out and fold it into fourths so it is in equal square quarters.

2. Cut an arch from outside corner to outside corner. Sorry, I didn’t get a picture…  The image below should give you the idea, but start your cut right at the corner and curve to the opposite corner.

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3. While still folded, cut straight down one of the folded edges to the center. You now have a large circle with a slit to the middle so it will fit around your tree’s trunk.

DIY fur christmas tree skirt

4. Put the fur tree skirt under your tree and puff it up a bit, folding the cut edges under, if desired….and….Done!

Faux fur tree skirt by Remodelaholic

A no-sew faux fur Christmas tree skirt in less than 3 minutes!

Before:

No sew faux fur tree skirt

After:
No sew fur Christmas tree skirt

SO Easy!… Now I just wish the tree would decorate itself…

No Sew Faux Fur Christmas Tree Skirt from Remodelaholic

 Remember to check out the rest of our Christmas Ideas including:

Herringbone Wood Christmas Trees

One-hour DIY Pinecone Wreath

Gingerbread House Tips

And these other great projects from my lovely friends:

( Originally published 12.09.2013 // Updated 11.21.2019 )

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About Cassity

Cassity started Remodelaholic with her husband, Justin, to share their love for knocking out walls together. She is an interior designer, wife, and mother of two. She and Justin have remodeled three homes from top to bottom and are working on their fourth. Making a house a home is her favorite hobby.

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