We don’t have a mantle or a good place to put your traditional stocking holder.
When I saw a few ideas of these stocking holders with pictures, I knew it was for me!
My two-year-old also loves it, because he can tell me exactly whose stocking is whose. 🙂
And the great part is that I could customize it so I could put it directly on my wall.
– Supplies –
The first step is to paint your wood, knobs, and clothespins.
Choose a coordinating color.
I did this a few days before I started working on the project,
giving the paint plenty of time to dry.
Cut your fabric down to size.
We will want it to be about 1/2″ bigger than our final measurement.
I laid my fabric on the wood and traced the edges, adding that 1/2″.
Then cut where you traced.
Once all your pieces are cut, apply fabric mod podge.
Click the link to see How To Apply Fabric Mod Podge.
While your fabric is drying, attach your picture hangers.
I put them an inch from the top.
When your fabric is dry from the fabric mod podge, cut it down to size.
I made a paper pattern of the size I wanted, traced, and cut.
Now following the How To Apply Fabric Mod Podge tutorial,
adhere your fabric to your wood piece.
When the fabric mod podge dries, we can attach the knobs.
We did this by using a drill. I put them about an inch from the very bottom of the wood.
You can use a hook instead of a knob for this part, but I couldn’t find one that I liked.
You could screw hooks in the bottom of the wood.
Next hot glue your clothespin to the top.
Then add a cute picture of your kids. 🙂
The clothespins are awesome because you can change this out every year.
All done and ready to hang!!
Don’t you just love it?
It’s a shame Christmas is almost over
and everything will have to go into storage for another year.
How are you doing on your Christmas crafts?
Almost there? Are you in the final sprint?
I’ve gotta work on some pajama pants; tutorial coming!
Let’s just hope I can get it up before Christmas! 🙂