The decoration of the Christmas tree usually starts at the top: we place a decorative star for the top, we continue with a garland with lights, Christmas balls, and other decorations in the shape of houses, reindeer, and snowmen, details made with felt and much more! But what about the base? It is usually visible and is not always very pretty. Above all, if you have opted for an artificial Christmas tree, the base is usually plastic and very cold. And if your tree is natural, the base (surely) will be inside a plastic pot so that the earth does not spread everywhere, right?
You can wrap it with a blanket, place it in a wicker basket, decorate it with gifts … The foot of the Christmas tree is usually the most frivolous part insight, and that is why we share with you the best Christmas crafts to decorate it with a lot of styles.
LIGHT UP THE FOOT OF THE TREE
Take advantage of the Christmas holidays to prepare your own DIY Christmas decorations such as the paper candle holders in the image and thus have a unique and very flattering tree stand. You will only need scissors, candles, and fire retardant craft paper.
WRAPPED IN SACKCLOTH
In addition to customizing the sackcloth as in the previous photo, you can choose to take a few more meters of this material and wrap the tree as if you were wrapping it in a blanket.
STANDING CHRISTMAS TREE DECORATED WITH ROLLED BLANKET
With a rolled-up blanket Don’t you have a pretty basket or flowerpot to hold your tree in? Don’t worry: here’s a little stylish trick that will make your Christmas tree look great. Roll it up into a plaid or blanket with a little grace and … voilà!
WITH VERY DECO WRAPPERS
Personalizing the wrapping of Christmas gifts will not only please your guests, but it will also allow you to create wrapping according to the decoration of your tree. Combine brown paper wrappers with shiny gold to match your Christmas tree balls and you will have a magazine decoration.
AND WRAP THEM UP…
Shelter both the foot of the tree and gifts is a deco tip from the stylist and decorator. They like when the most at this time are to use materials that warm, that provide warmth and, incidentally, serve to differentiate the area of gifts.
IN A WICKER BASKET
Placing the tree inside a wicker basket (or any natural fiber basket) is a great idea, especially for walkways like the hallway, as the basket will keep it firmly attached to its base. Also, if there is plenty of space inside the basket, you can decorate it with a blanket, a string of lights or, gifts!
WHAT IF WE DECORATE IT WITH WOODEN LOGS?
Whether you have a fireplace or not, decorating with firewood is an ideal solution to cover the foot of the tree and give your home a winter charm that reminds us of the origins of Santa Claus.