Personalize your Christmas stockings with these Easy 4 Step DIY Stocking Tags!
What you need:
- Wood tags – I got these at hobby lobby, but any craft store and even amazon will have these.
- Letter stickers – I got these at Micheal’s and I love the mid-mod font.
- Ribbon – Anything will do, but remember for it to be small enough to fit through your hole.
- Gold glitter spray paint – I got this at Micheals and this one small can was the perfect amount for 4 tags.
- White acrylic paint
- Paint brushes
Step 1: Drill holes in your tags (you can find tags that already have holes I just couldn’t find any this large which was my preference) and paint them white. I did two coats.
Step 2: Once completely dry add letters.
Step 3: Spray paint with gold glitter and once completely dry remove letters. I used the acrylic paint and had the small paintbrush handy in case I was in need of any touching up, but luckily they were perfect.
Step 4: Loop your ribbon through your DIY Stocking Tags and they are ready to hang!
Hang your stocking with your DIY stocking tags by the chimney with care, in hopes that St. Nicholas soon will be there!
About the Creator!
Oh hey! I’m Chelsey. My husband, a three-year-old and I currently live in Sunny Southern California. We are expecting a baby brother in January!
Photography is my passion and I love to take pictures of my daughter Goldie in all of her cute get-ups! Come follow along for some creative inspo @chelseyteagan! Xoxo
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