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Guide to Christmas Tree Collars

Saturday, December 1, 2018

Call me a newbie, but I'm totally digging Christmas tree collars as an alternative to tree skirts. We purchased our very first tree from Michael's on Black Friday ― the 7ft. Pre-lit Full Willow Pine w/ clear lights. We would've loved to start a tradition & pick out a real tree, but we will be traveling in December and it would be absolutely awful to come home to a dead tree right before Christmas.

Looks pretty realistic for an artificial tree, no? Or maybe I'm just an excellent fluffer ;). The only thing that bothers me the most about fake Christmas trees is the base's legs. Even with a thick skirt over top, you can almost always see the legs poking through. This bothers me juuust a tad.


Enter Christmas tree collars ― I must officially be "adult" for actually noticing how much I'm into them. Once I saw this woven base collar from Target, Christmas tree skirts officially feel ~sOoOo yEsTeRdAy~. If you're feeling the same, you are in luck! I've rounded up 9 Christmas tree collars with links to purchase below.

Happy December 1st shopping :)


1.  Brown Pine & Paint Christmas Tree Collar  |  Amazon
2.  Gold Metal Christmas Tree Collar  |  Amazon
3.  Red Quilted Christmas Tree Box  |  Amazon
4.  Gold Sparkle Christmas Tree Box  |  20x20x11 or 16x16x9
5.  Split Willow "Basket" Christmas Tree Collar  |  Target, similar on Amazon as well
6.  Red Pine & Paint Christmas Tree Collar  |  Amazon
7.  Black Hearth & Hand with Magnolia Tree Collar  |  Target
8.  Galvanized Metal Christmas Tree Collar  |  Walmart
9.  Gold Hammered Tree Collar  |  Walmart

Tag @thebeetique in your Christmas tree posts on Instagram so that I can see what you decided on!



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