Mums are loving B&M's £7 'walking in a winter wonderland' Christmas tree skirt – and it's got a fetching fur trim

IT IS the perfect way to make your fir – fake or real – stand out, as well as catch pesky needles, hide wiring from lights, and provide a place for pets to nest.

The Christmas tree skirt is fast becoming the hit of this festive season – and now B&M is selling a chic option for just £7.

Taking to Instagram today, the bargain store announced that it had launched the fetching grey felt must-have product which comes with a luxurious faux fur trim.

Adding to the festive spirit, the 'skirt' – which can easily be slipped around a tree's trunk – comes emblazoned with 'walking in a winter wonderland' in stylish white lettering.

Captioning an image of the item, they wrote: "Walking in a winter wonderland!

"Felt Tree Skirt With Fur Trim only £6.99."

This is lush.

The post quickly garnered more than 2.4k 'likes' and over a hundred comments.

One person wrote: "This is lush."

Another commented: "Love this."

And a fourth shared: "Saw this in store it's gorgeous."

  • Luxury faux fur trim Christmas tree skirt, £8.95, Amazon – buy here

If you can't make it to a B&M shop, Amazon are selling a very similar product.

Their version, however, comes bearing 'it's the most wonderful time of the year'.

Festivities have begun at last around here! 🎅🏼☃️ Lots of similarities to last year but with some new treats from @shopmatalan, @homebargains, @christmastimeuk and @nextofficial! See my stories for more info. I’ve also tried something different with the ribbon this year by adding random loops to it 🎄Bring on cosy nights watching Christmas movies 💗 Hope you’re all having a lovely Sunday! #christmas #christmastime #christmastree #festive #magic #matalanmagic #santascoming #hohoho #winterwonderland #flockedtree

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  • Plush faux fur Christmas tree skirt, £11.96, Amazon – buy here

It comes as mums wowed when they used £12 fluffy white rugs from Amazon to create fake snow at the bottom of their tree.

The 'skirt' not only gives the appearance of a white Christmas without any of the melting, but you can also hide presents in the fluffy fabric.

In other Christmas news, we told you about the UK's biggest festive show held in an old cowshed that Prince William and Kate Middleton love.

We also revealed how a mum-in-law has banned a baby highchair for Christmas dinner as it'll "ruin the photos".

And Home Bargains is selling a 99p Christmas cleaning range with festive scents.


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