This tutorial for DIY Initial Stocking Tags is a sponsored post for Consumer Crafts and Blueprint Social. All opinions are my own. #ShopConsumerCrafts
It’s been 3 years since I’ve decorated our home for Christmas. It’s hard to believe that it’s been that long, but we moved 3 times and each of those times fell around Christmas. You better believe that I am going all out this year! I bought us all new stockings this year because we have added two to our family in the last 2 years and I wanted them to match. The only problem is that there wasn’t any personality to them. They looked good, but I knew I needed them to be personalized for each of us. I made these cute DIY Initial Stocking Tags with crafts from Consumer Crafts and they are the perfect touch!
I love how it turned out with all the other decorations we put up by the fireplace too. The chalkboard and light up “R” are all from Consumer Crafts too! They have so many fun items for the holidays.
To make the initial tags I used these products:
Darice Wooden Finishing Accents
Darice Cork Letters
Spectrum Aqua Artist Markers
Darice Bakers Twine
Super Glue and Scissors
I first colored the wooden accents with the markers and let them dry. I then glued them onto the cork letters and let them dry again. Next I tied bakers twine around the letters to hang them to the stockings. I also added some other Christmas accents like the pine cones and greenery for a finishing touch and hung them also. Super easy project that will make each stocking fun and unique!
How do you personalize your stockings for Christmas? I’d love to hear your great ideas too! Be sure to check out Consumer Crafts on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and on their blog Consumer Crafts too!
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