10 DIY Christmas Tree Stands That Are So Much Fun

We can't even stand how cute these are.

Courtesy of Lia Griffith

We know you probably have a generic Christmas tree stand hidden in a closet somewhere, but before you trim your tree this year, consider making a DIY version. It'll look totally unique, and can help blend your Christmas decor into your existing decor (rustic, modern, minimalist, etc.). Whether you've got wood-working skills or need something idiot-proof, we've got DIY options for you on this list.

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1 A Stand on A Stand
Courtesy of Lia Griffith

Place a tiny tree in a rope-wrapped basket, then put the DIY stand on top of a table for height.

Get the tutorial at Lia Griffith.

2 Oversized Basket
Courtesy of Mokkasin

Perfect for a minimalist (but totally chic) Christmas set-up.

See more at Mokkasin.

3 Country French
Courtesy of Dreamy Whites

A French-style basket or crate filled with colored ornaments is the country Christmas stand you need.

See more at Dreamy Whites.

4 Gold Wire Basket
Courtesy of The Merry Thought

Finally—a tree stand that won't kill your modern decor vibes.

Get the tutorial at The Merry Thought.

5 Upside Down Wicker Basket
Courtesy of Live Laugh Rowe

It's literally as easy as turning one of your storage baskets upside down.

See more at Live Laugh Rowe.

6 Festive Planter
Courtesy of Bower Power

I mean a tree is a plant after all, right?

Get the tutorial at Bower Power.

7 Sled
Courtesy of Junkaholique

Add a sheepskin rug underneath and turn your living room into a winter wonderland.

Get the tutorial at Junkaholique.

8 Wood Barrel
Courtesy of Bless'er House

Contain all the inevitable under-the-tree mess inside a giant wooden barrel.

See more at Bless'er House.

9 Rustic Stand Box
Courtesy of The Golden Sycamore

If you've got word-working skills, you need to make this rustic, simple DIY stand.

Get the tutorial at The Golden Sycamore.

10 Mobile
Courtesy of Sand and Sisal

A Christmas tree on wheels means you can move it wherever you need to around your house.

See more at Sand and Sisal.

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