Christmas Stockings are one of the sweetest decorations at Christmas time. Why? Because, no matter what your holiday style is, there is something unique about each Christmas stocking. They might be monogrammed with each person’s name or maybe you let each individual select their own style of stocking. No matter the look, each one has a special place in someone’s heart.
Christmas stockings have traditionally been hung on the mantle with care, but not everyone has a fireplace. People have come up with some really creative ways and places to hang their Christmas stockings. Not to mention, stockings are no longer daddy’s sock. They have different shapes and sizes.
When do you hang your Christmas stockings? Do they get hung as soon as your home is decorated or do you wait until Christmas Eve? Do you wrap what you fill the stockings with or is the stocking hiding all of the goodies inside? Is there any other Christmas decoration that can be so individualized?
Almost Christmas at Our House: Five Facts by Wildly Simple Blog
Each stocking over at Wildly Simple Blog is stamped with everyone’s first initials. The antler stocking hooks are out of the box and we love them! They have such a rustic feel and look great on this stone fireplace.
Rustic Chic Deer Stockings by Pink Slip Inspiration
This adorable faux fireplace is a great place to hang stockings. The deer silhouettes are precious and we love how they are gender specific for does and bucks. And how about that stocking advent? It screams farmhouse and we want one!
The Faux Mantel by The Faux Martha
No fireplace? The use of these lockers are ingenious! The way they coordinate the gray of the lockers with the the gray patched stockings is so sweet. A touch of buffalo check is icing on the Christmas stocking. Don’t you agree?
How To Hang Your Christmas Stocking Without a Mantel by Our Hopeful Home
Kathleen repurposes her bath storage ladder to hang her stockings on. While you hop over to check out her Christmas stockings, take a look at her reindeer grain sack. It adds to the farmhouse feel.
An Eclectic Christmas Home Tour (Part 2) by Rain on a Tin Roof
Using your curtain rod to display your stockings is another great idea. The black satin ribbon adds a touch of elegance. And this post leaves no place without decoration.
DIY Pom Pom Trim Stocking Tutorial by Interiors By Sarah Langtry
Looking to make Christmas stockings this year as a new touch in your home? You’ll find step by step instructions on how to make these beauties. As well as a pattern. Check out the birch slices used as custom tags for each person.
Whimsical Christmas Stocking Pattern And Tutorial by Positively Splendid
Need a little whimsy in your life? Amy has that look mastered. Her frugal nature will save you so much money while you make a breathtaking stocking for this Christmas.
5 Days of Holiday DIY’s: No Sew Sweater Stocking by Jenna Sue Design Co.
Don’t know how to sew? Jenna Sue has you covered with her no sew sweater stocking. Her secret is stitch witchery. A tape used in place of sewing. Go grab a sweater from your local thrift store and get stocking making!
How To Hang Stockings Without A Mantel by Designer Trapped in a Lawyer’s Body for Remodelaholic
If your home doesn’t have fireplace, you won’t want to miss this post. Tausha from over at Designer Trapped in a Lawyer’s Body guest posts for Cassity from Remodelaholic and shares a great idea on hanging stockings without a mantel. Wood slices are transformed into these great Christmas stocking hangers.
Weekend Project – DIY Copper Stocking Rack by The Merry Thought for Poppytalk
Copper accents make this stocking rack a trending item this year! This rack is versatile and could be easily moved from place to place. The instructions are simply laid out and the end result is stunning!
DIY Branch Stocking Display by The Merry Thought
Bringing the outdoors in is exactly what they do over at The Merry Thought. All you’ll need is stockings, a branch, some eucalyptus, floral wire, scissors, fishing line and hammer & small nails. It’s a simple DIY and for those that don’t have a mantel, this sweet display is a great options.
4 Ways To Get Your Home Holiday Ready by The Happy Flammily
Almost every home has a bookcase or entertainment center and what a great spot to hang you Christmas stockings if you don’t have a fireplace! This still allows you to use the cute stocking holders that might be intended for a mantel. This Christmas vignette is show stealing.
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We hope you feel inspired to hang your Christmas stockings with care and that they will be filled to overfollowing this Christmas. Let us know how and where you hang your Christmas stockings! We’d love to hear from you!
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