This is my last Christmas post this year (and our 50th Christmas project for 2014). I will have to admit I am a little bit sad for it and wish I had another two weeks to fill these pages. There are just too many great project ideas will have to wait until next year. Until then. . . For the last project I am sharing a set of monogrammed Christmas stockings. I made these for my daughter and her boyfriend who will be joining me this eve. I have filled them up since I shot this photo yesterday. As you may have noticed, these last few months have been filled with wool felt projects and I will be the first to admit, I have fallen deeply in love with this craft material. Synthetic felt. . . no thanks, but wool or wool blend felt is so luxe and easy to the touch not to mention great fun to create with. For these felt stockings, I used felt in a natural cream color. I then added the white wool blend felt for the monogram and details creating this gorgeous white on white look. Maybe for next year I will add a hand stitch around each of my white decorative pieces, but for today these stocking look perfect. For the stocking pattern and the holly and antler pattern along with all of the letters for your monogram, just use the button at the end of the post to download the printable PDF. You can follow the step-by-step tutorial on how to assemble these pretty stockings.
Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas and everything in between! Stay tuned for the 2015 calendar printable, New Year’s Eve party printables and more crafty goodness! ~ Lia
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