Every year I like to switch things up and find a unique item to put my tree in for Christmas. I usually then try to make a theme around that. The same tree each year but with a different base and theme.
Here are some interesting ways you can change up the base of your tree
|Love the little picket fence around this tree and the tree in the old vintage box.|
|How about putting your smaller tree up on a pedestal table for height.|
|Using a galvanized tub for a base.|
|Wooden Box Base|
|Simple statement made with using a weaved basket.|
|Using the drum for a base gives this tree whimsy and lots of color.|
|Ahhhhh love this one. Just too chippy and fun.|
|Vintage Sled for your tree stand.|
Tattertots & Jello
|Love this stenciled north pole tree box from Tatertots & Jello. Love her family pictures for ornaments too.|
|How about making your tree into a snowman. Love his black ice skates for feet.|
|Savvy Southern Style's|
Olive bucket for a tree base.
|Pretty garden planter base.|
|How about a Garden Gnome Tree!!|
|One of my favorite trees. Simple and so pretty.|
Junk Chic Cottage
|Now for some of my past tree bases. I used my garden wagon for this tree.|
|Junk Chic Cottage|
Last year I used red and white check for my tree.
|A few years ago I had my tree in an old galvanized bucket that I painted white.|
|Here is a sneak peak at this years tree base. I had an old coffee table out in the garden. It was out there for about 3 summers and was falling apart. I loved the base on this table so I decided to re purpose the base for this year's Christmas tree.|