Each stocking hanger will cost a couple of dollars max! And, with one board you can make 9! They are so quick and easy to make too! Here’s how!
The 4″ piece will be the base of the stocking and the 6″ piece will be the top (where we place the photos). I drilled 2 1 1/2″ pocket holes with my Kreg Jig in each 6″ piece. I circled where I drilled mine. If you don’t have a Kreg Jig, just use a 2 1/2″ wood screw and drive it through the bottom of the base into the 6″ piece.
Once it was dry, I used my Ryobi Corner Cat Sander to distress the wood all over.
Now, these don’t weigh much and a stocking with lots of goodies in it might topple the thing right over! So, I decided to use 3M command strips to secure each stocking. I used one 16lb strip per hanger but you can use which ever size you feel you need. You could also double up on them if you want added security!
Now, just hang your stocking
Ahhhh I love them So rustic but fancy at the same time and the clips allow you to change the pictures every year. I let my kiddos choose the pictures they wanted me to hang this year and they thought that was a lot of fun!
I hope you love my DIY Stocking Hangers as much as I do and we always appreciate all of your shares and pins!
The fun isn’t over! Hop on over to our other friends in this series and check-out what inspiration they have for you on Day 3!
Michael of Inspired by Charm
Marianne of Songbird
Cassity of Remodelaholic
KariAnne of Thistlewood Farms
Donna of Funky Junk Interiors
Here are a few projects that we have recently done to help you get your home holiday ready!
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