Christmas Stocking Door Hanger

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Red Christmas Stocking Decor

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BurlapFabric.com sent me a red burlap stocking that I just love and wanted to use on a wreath or wall hanging rather than just hanging it on a mantle. I was then reminded that Walmart offers a variety of sizes of “pallet wood” boards in the craft department. Immediately I knew what I was going to do and this is what I came up with.

Christmas Stocking Door Hanger Supplies

 

Red Christmas Stocking Supplies

  • Red Burlap Stocking (burlapfabric.com)
  • Pallet wood board (Walmart)
  • Carpet tacks
  • Christmas greenery and picks
  • Cotton batting or stuffing
  • Ribbon
  • Wire
  • Screws
  • Glue Gun


Christmas Stocking Door Hanger Instructions

 

  • I like the color of the pallet wood so I didn’t paint it, but you could.
  • Tie a ribbon around the top part of the stocking.
  • Lightly glue the stocking to the board to keep it in place. I folded the top of the stocking down to add interest.
  • Nail the carpet tacks around the edge of the stocking into the pallet wood leaving the top open. Don’t pull the stocking too tight. Allow some give so you have room to fill.

Filling the stocking

  • Stuff the bottom half of the stocking with the batting or stuffing.
  • Insert the greenery and picks and arrange.
  • On the back insert screws on both sides at the top leaving a little of the screw up. Wrap a piece of wire around both screws to make a hanger.

back of wall hanging

This turned out to be so easy and so so cute. I love it. We would love for you to pin it.

DIY Christmas Door Hanger

 

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There are so many things I could say but I will just start with the basics. Mother to 4. Grandmother to 11 (Yes, 11. All under the age of 9.) I am a former Army wife and we spent 15 years traveling around the world. It was such a thrill to have seen so many places and meeting lifetime friends. I spent many years working in the craft industry and love getting together with friends and creating. I have a lifelong love of thrift shops, antiques, and yard sales.

Comments

  1. What a unique twist on a traditional wreath! This is such a great idea and seems easy enough for me to try it.

  2. This is so cool and creative! What a fun idea for a wreath!

  3. I like this idea, especially having the stocking mounted on pallet wood. The tacks and ribbon on the cuff add so much charm too. Pinned 🙂

  4. Your stocking door hanger is adorable. Great idea to add it to the pallet wood.

  5. This is such a great idea for the front door. Pretty and clever!

  6. I love the stockings for the front door! It looks well-made and beautiful!

  7. I love your stocking wreath! For some reason I didn’t think to poke greenery from the top of my stocking wreath. I love the red stocking!

  8. This is SO cute! I love how it’s nailed on and the little candy poking out the top is too cute.

  9. I love that you nailed the stocking to the board. It give the door hanger a more rustic, country charm.

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