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Monday, December 19, 2016

#CRAFTS WITH ANASTASIA--10 MINUTE CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS

If you’d like to make personalized Christmas stockings but don’t have the time, talent, or patience, you can make these in under ten minutes. All you need are a few supplies from your local crafts store. And as an added bonus, each of these stockings cost only a few dollars to make. This is a quick and easy way to make stockings for guests who will be arriving for Christmas.

Materials:
Pre-finished Christmas stocking
Flat photo-insert Christmas ornament
Photo
Fabric glue

Using the stock photo that comes with the photo ornament as a template, cut out photo of person for whom the stocking is meant. If you don’t want to cut up an actual photo or don’t have one the correct size, scan a photo and print it out in the desired size.

Insert photo into ornament.

Glue ornament to stocking, and you’re done. Just allow the glue to dry before hanging up the stocking.

2 comments:

Angela Adams said...

Adorable! Thanks for sharing.

Lois Winston said...

Thanks, Angela! Happy holidays!