Looking for some fun Christmas decorations to make? You’ve come to the right spot! For this month Int’l Bloggers Club its all about Christmas and today we have some fun projects to share with you. So let me get on to sharing an Easy Farmhouse Christmas Stocking Holder that you can make to!
Easy Farmhouse Christmas Stocking Holder
There is something so special about handmade Christmas Decor. Whether it be for a gift or a little something for yourself. They just create a nice homey feel and created with love.
- 1 x 23 1/2″ W x 5 1/2″ W Pine Sign
- Fusion Mineral Paint – Bayberry
- Fusion Mineral Paint – Picket Fence Sample
- Cling On! Brush – R14
- 4 x drawer pulls or as many stockings as you need
- 1 x And the stockings were hung stencil. You could use IOD – Typesetting Stamps or cut a stencil out yourself using a cutting machine
- Foam wedge
- 120 grit sandpaper
- Fusion Mineral Paint – Clear Wax
- Wax Brush
Taking your brush give your pine sign 2 coats of Bayberry letting each coat dry in between. Once completly dry lightly distress to your liking.
Remove the backing paper from the the stencil, line up and adhere to your sign. Run over the stencil with an old store card to remove any air bubbles.
Using the foam wedge and picket fence sponge onto stencil. Make sure you go on lightly to avoid bleed through. Let dry and then remove stencil.
Mark at out 120mm intervals for your drawer pulls. Drill holes using your drill. Give the entire sign a coat of wax using your wax brush. Then pop in your drawer pulls and your all done!
Now your all ready to hang your stockings!
Be sure check out below all of the other fun Christmas goodies below from my blogging pals!
How To Make A Corner Christmas Tree Shelf | Unique Creations By Anita
How To Make A Flower Broom Christmas Tree | A Crafty Mix
Dollar Store Christmas Wood Stars | Interior Frugalista
Embroidery Hoop Advent Calendar | Northern Feeling
Don’t have time to make now? Be sure to PIN for later!
I have got to up my stenciling game Sam. I always end up sanding the stencil afterward just to hide my bloopers and the dreaded bleed through. Love this idea for a stocking holder. We don’t have a mantle and this would be the perfect way to hang them
And there’s nothing wrong with that lovely! Less paint really helps with the bleed-through! Let me know if you need any help!
This is super cute, Sam, especially for those without a mantel to hang stockings! Love the Bayberry color too. It would make a great gift as well. Pinned 🙂
How cute did this turn out. It will look great on Christmas morning with all the stockings hanging on it. I have never thought to make stencils like this with my Cricut, but I will be doing one soon. Thanks for the inspiration.
Oh, you will have a ball, Anita!! Can’t wait to see your projects!
Bayberry sure is the perfect Christmas green, Marie! Thank you so much for your kind comment!
You are rocking those paints & stencils my friend! I love your cute stocking holder, what a fun idea!!
Aww, thank you lovely! It sure opens up the possibilities of what you can create!
Oh Sam you’re making me want a Silhouette! Gorgeous project.
Thank you, lovely! You will have a blast with one I’m sure!!
Totally loving this Sam! Especially if you don’t have a fireplace mantle
Thank you, Deborah! Sure makes it easy if you don’t have a mantel!