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How to make a Christmas tree collar (step by step with pictures)

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How to make a Christmas tree collar (step by step with pictures) christmas tree collars

This simple tutorial will show you how to make a Christmas tree collar to hide the ugly metal rod in front of your artificial Christmas tree. This is an artificial Christmas tree stand crate that you can use to hide your artificial Christmas tree stand! #christmastree #christmastreestand christmas tree collars

If you want to adorn a tree with ornaments, lights, tinsel, and all that work, then why stop covering the bare base? A tree collar is like a collar for the bottom of your tree that covers the stand that you screw your evergreen into. It's a very chic, no-frills way of covering that chunky base. You get full base coverage and can make a decorative statement without feeling like you're trapped in the past of Christmas. Here are some fresh and trendy ideas!

Glam tree collars

A glamorous tree collar rounds off your tree perfectly with its sparkling appearance. You may find models with pearls, rhinestones, even pieces of mirrors or lights to highlight your tree. Glitter tree collars are also cool for adding sparkle to your tree.

Other tree collars

If glamorous decor isn't your thing, you can try baskets - but not common ones, go for snowman baskets! Try seagrass tree collars for a natural feel or go for wood which is a timeless idea. Galvanized metal collars are welcome too, but get creative - metal and wood or metal with laser cut snowflakes. Get inspired!

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Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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