The “Clark Griswold” in me came out early this year. I might be premature in my decorating since it’s not even Thanksgiving yet, but I’m on a quest to enjoy Christmas and make it last as long as I can this year. After all, it’s our first Christmas in our first home.
This DIY is simple and fast; you can even have the kiddos help.
Pick out paper that represents your style or each person’s personality in your family, oh and don’t forget to get a different piece for the top of the stocking (Paper Source has the best selection by far).
Once you’re ready to begin, sketch out a stocking template on cardboard and cut it out to trace both sides on paper.
Put both sides of stocking tother and punch holes about an inch apart.
Thread through twine, string or ribbon to attached both sides of stocking and then tie a knot at both ends. Lastly, glue on the top part of stocking.
Hang up on the wall with Wasabi tape or on a hook over the mantle, just not too close to the fire. 😉
Happy Thanksgiving and ma liki liki maka!