August Make & Take {Stocking Holders}

So it’s probably about time that I share my August Make & take. I know. AUGUST! So I’m running a little behind! I had decided to do a “Christmas” craft a bit early because let’s face it, once December rolls around life gets a little crazy!!! So here’s my re-cap from my Stocking Holders Make & Take….
Check out all this cut wood for the class! All I have to say is that my husband is awesome and he has mad wood cutting skills!!!
Look at all the beautiful ladies crafting away!!!
Look at all the different looks and ideas that everyone had!!! Look at all those happy crafters!!!
You weren’t able to attend but you want to make some for yourself??? Here are the steps we did….
1) Cut some 2×4’s into two 5 1/2in pieces.
2) Paint the blocks any color that matches your holiday decor.
3) Decoupage scrapbook paper onto your blocks.
4) Attach the blocks to each other, either by gluing or you can screw them together.
5) Add a white hook to the front of the holder (I pre-drilled a small hole in the block to make it easier to add).
6) Add a letter to the front. I choose to do the first initial of each of our family members. You can use vinyl, cardstock, wood or chipboard.
I am loving my new stocking holders and I can’t wait to put them up on my Christmas mantel!!!
I think all the ladies had a great time and everyone’s stocking holders turned out so cute!
Linking up to these great link parties!!!
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Looking for a little bit of color inspiration? Come check out the new feature over at My Colortopia called Show My Colors. It’s a great place to check out reader’s before and after paint projects and maybe share some of your own!!!
Happy Friday!!!

Comments

  1. Such a great idea! I love these!
    xx
    Lia
    Smart n Snazzy

  2. Love this idea! I’ve been wanting to do a “make n take” with my friends. You’ve inspired me now!

    Dawn@EventuallyCottage

  3. Fabulous idea Courtney — looks like all of the ladies had a great time. 🙂
    Thanks for sharing!
    xo,
    Tracy

  4. Looks like so much fun! I bet y’all had a great time! They turned out so cute too!

  5. That is a fun idea. I like the candy cane striped one the girl in the orange did!

  6. Ya! Love this idea and the finished project. What a great way to bring ladies together!

  7. Cute and there are so many different ways to dress them up! Great idea!!

  8. What a cute idea! And I love that you have this class, so fun!

  9. How to you keep them from toppling over when it’s full?

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