Do you use an artificial tree and hate the gap between the tree skirt and the bottom of the tree branches? This is one Christmas Tree Hack you need in your life – tree collars! These are the perfect way to hide your artificial tree’s base. And, don’t miss out on our other Christmas Hacks, and our tutorial on How to Snowflock a Christmas Tree!
How many of you have a farmhouse look in your home? This Farmhouse Tree Box is the perfect tree collar to match your decor. I just love this one. It’s definitely the one I need for my family’s Christmas tree!
This Galvanized Metal Christmas Tree Collar is another great one for rustic home decor. I love the galvanized metal and that it says “Fresh Cut Christmas Trees”. This is a great tree collar for short or pencil trees.
Do you want your artificial tree to look like a real one? This Artificial Bark Christmas Tree Collar is just what you need! I love this option so you can give your tree the feel of a live one!
How fun is this Red and Green Christmas Tree Collar? It totally reminds me of The Little Drummer Boy’s Drum! And, it’s bright and Christmasy with its colors.
Add some colorful Christmas flair with this festive Red and White Christmas Tree Collar. Not feeling in the mood for those colors? Just flip it over so you’re using the tree bark side! I love that you get 2 looks in 1 with this.
Buffalo plaid is such a popular pattern for winter, so this Buffalo Plaid Christmas Tree Collar is a winner. This is one of my favorite patterns, so I’m definitely going to need this one in my life as well!
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