I’m still having trouble deciding this year’s stocking stuffers for my loved ones. I also think I can show my appreciation for them even more with some DIY Christmas stockings.
I found some creative D.I.Y. Christmas stockings that can be easily made. No need to be an expert DIY’er for most of these ideas. They’re really simple! You know handmade gifts are always a big hit. So this can definitely be a fun project for the holidays.
Have you ever made your own Christmas stockings and how did they turn out?
- DIY Frozen Christmas Stockings from sisterssuitcaseblog.com
- Sweater Stockings from deliacreates.com
- Simple Christmas Stocking from saltycrafts.blogspot.com
- Try these DIY Cactus Christmas Stockings With Free Pattern from mypoppet.com.au
- DIY Stenciled Stockings from placeofmytaste.com
- DIY Tinsel Typography Christmas Stockings from theproperblog.com
- Retro Space Age Christmas Stockings from triedandtrueblog.com
- Upcycled Christmas Stocking from diycandy.com
- Anthro Inspired Holiday Stockings from farmfreshtherapy.com
- DIY Elf Christmas Stockings from mycakies.com
- Christmas Stocking Monogram Pins from blueistyleblog.com
- Simple Burlap Christmas Stockings from designdininganddiapers.com
- Plaid Christmas Stockings from polishedhabitat.com
- DIY Felt Stockings With Tassels & Poms from newblooming.com
- We tried these DIY Pom Pom Trim Stocking Tutorial from interiorsbysarahlangtry.com
- Do It Yourself Stockings from homemadeginger.com
- 10 Minute Christmas Stocking Tutorial from crazylittleprojects.com
- Free Christmas Stocking Pattern And Tutorial from mellysews.com
- Vintage Tablecloth Christmas Stockings from mysocalledcraftylife.com
- DIY Personalized Drop Cloth Christmas Stockings from housefulofhandmade.com
If you liked those D I Y Christmas Stocking, check out my other Christmas blog post.
If you’re like me and not super crafty, then you look on Pinterest for different ideas to express yourself. Christmas Wreaths worth handing on your door.
DIY Christmas Gifts
A handmade gift shows how much you care for the person. You’re giving it to, and that it’s much more than a simple obligation.