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Make a graphic skirt from felt. Cut a large circle of felt for the base, cutting a hole in the middle and a slit to the hole. Add large felt snowflakes with fusible web and then stitch or hot-glue fringe around the edge.
A circular felt skirt looks lovely at the base of a tree. Carry through the ball-ornament theme with a border of felt circles in shades of green and bright red. Look for premade tree skirts to embellish, or cut your own felt circle.
For a fresh look and a wonderful scent, gather the whole family together to help string a cranberry garland accented with fresh lime slices.
Add a wintry touch to your tree with snowball garland made from glitter-covered foam balls.
Mimic the look of your tree's ornaments on a bold skirt embellished with colorful geometric shapes.
Glue wedges of textured felt to a circular base for an instant tree skirt. Trim seams with rickrack and edge with pom-pom fringe.
This skirt provides a lovely backdrop for the many presents that will soon nestle beneath the tree.
With colors inspired by a vivid Mexican blanket, this festive tree skirt is infused with howdy ho-ho-ho. Frame the bright blanket stripes with a feathery edge to carry out the western theme.
Cookie letters strung together to spell out the kids' names take the place of traditional garland on this family-friendly tree.
Soft sherpa wool runs the border of this classic tree skirt. The center pattern is a pieced-together set of 25 fabric squares in plaid and tree designs.
These gingerbread friends hold hands to create a delicious holiday decoration.
Early Americans relied on the abundance of nature to recreate their Christmas customs.
Beautifully coordinating papers send season's greetings on this garland. Accordion-folded centers add a ruffled accent, while lettered tags add a classic patchwork look. Attach coordinating stickers and bells and the garland sings with style.
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