Where can I get a tree skirt?

(21 Posts)
lapsedorienteerer Tue 11-Dec-12 21:14:50

Ohh, I've never heard of The Range....and I need a tree skirt!

theladylovescupcakes Tue 11-Dec-12 20:24:00

No Range near me so have to rely on tree-skirtless website smile. I am actually quite excited about the prospect of making my own one!

ISeeThreadPeople Tue 11-Dec-12 10:35:58

I've just been to The Range. They have no less than EIGHT different types of tree skirts.

Making your own is easy though.

theladylovescupcakes Mon 10-Dec-12 22:47:17

Had a look at the Range too - looks fab, but no tree skirts.

As an aside, I have just swooned as MNHQ have just commented on my thread..... [thud]

Ditto The Range

OliviaPeaceOnMumsnet (MNHQ) Mon 10-Dec-12 22:20:10

hallo we have put this in christmas
thx
mnhq

theladylovescupcakes Mon 10-Dec-12 22:18:32

Just been on eBay - think I might try to make my own! Found some blue felt and die cut snowflakes.... Wish me luck!

I have a similar color scheme. I'm going to drape a white idea fleece around the tree, like a snowy blanket grin

Once it's covered with presents it won't resemble anything!

ISeeThreadPeople Mon 10-Dec-12 21:00:50

We bought one from The Range.

theladylovescupcakes Mon 10-Dec-12 20:56:29

Tried Amazon, also local B&Q and Homebase today - nada. Off to swanky expensive garden centre tomorrow. Fingers crossed.

Fadingfast Mon 10-Dec-12 20:52:50

Really it requires absolutely no skill whatsoever. Just a piece of fabric and a pair of scissors. No sewing or hemming required! Takes about 5 minutes.

PoppyAmex Mon 10-Dec-12 17:09:29

Saw some on BQ website

AngryFeet Mon 10-Dec-12 17:07:39

Loads on ebay. Or if you have a garden centre near you they usually have them in the xmas decs section.

Have you tried Amazon?

jalopy Mon 10-Dec-12 17:01:45

Not for the wide of calves.

theladylovescupcakes Mon 10-Dec-12 16:56:17

I've seen that on t'internet, Fadingfast. I'm not terribly crafty, unfortunately! Seem to have left it terribly last minute, haven't I?

Fadingfast Mon 10-Dec-12 16:31:03

My Mum bought a big piece of dark green fleece fabric, cut a large circle with a small circle in the middle, joined by a cut (so you can wrap it around tree stand). Works really well as it is, or you can embellish it if you can be arsed. Felt also works if you can't get fleece!

vintageviolets Mon 10-Dec-12 16:06:18

Honalulu? grin

theladylovescupcakes Mon 10-Dec-12 16:01:36

Eh, no. But thanks!

GrimAndHumourlessAndEven Mon 10-Dec-12 15:48:32

Oh lawks I was going to say Clothkits, but you don't mean a skirt with a tree print

theladylovescupcakes Mon 10-Dec-12 15:31:59

I've tried all the usual online places, JL, M&S etc but no joy. Have tried eBay but they're mostly red and my living room/tree colours are white, silver and teal. Any other suggestions? Ta very much.

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