How To Make A Christmas Tree Collar
It s so clean and tidy compared to a traditional tree skirt and it s so incredibly easy to make yourself.
How to make a christmas tree collar. Make sure you use a metal bucket with a base that s. Take a flat head screw driver and make a hole in the center. How to make a diy christmas tree collar step one. How to make a christmas tree collar.
Use wood glue to glue the sides together to. Cut basket image zoom find a basket that will fit around the bottom of your tree stand. This simple tutorial will show you how to make a christmas tree collar to hide the ugly metal pole from your artificial christmas tree. This could be a a basket bucket bin or anything.
My tree stand is 18. A colorful peacock beaded christmas tree collar will fit most colorful tree decor ideas or spruce up a neutral tree. Let me show you how to create this easy diy tree collar. I had been wanting to try out a christmas tree collar with our tree for awhile so a couple of years ago i decided to make my own.
The box i used. Cover the flattened cardboard. To make a diy tree collar you basically need something big enough for your christmas tree base to fit inside. Grab your kiddos glue sticks and your favorite wrapping paper.
I absolutely love the look of a woven tree collar around the base of a christmas tree but i am not a huge fan of the price tag. Instructions get your christmas tree stand and and set it up as if you were preparing to set up your christmas tree. Toast to a holiday season with plenty of shimmer and shine add a dazzling beaded tree collar to make the tree stand out. I am super excited about todays post because this christmas tree collar is such a smart easy inexpensive do it yourself project.
Next cut the trim piece based on your measurements. Galvanized tree collar step 1. To make a tree collar you are essentially going to cut out the bottom of the bucket. What you ll need step 1.
Prep the cardboard box. Use a hammer to hit the screw driver to make the hole. You will need a hole or opening for the tree to fit in through. Take that measurement and add 1 2 an inch to each side.
It needs to wrap around the base of the stand. This diy christmas tree collar looks beautiful under any tree. Use a serrated knife to cut one corner seam of the cardboard box. Measure the base of your tree stand.
Measure each of the sides. To do this turn the bucket upside down.