(See Page 1 to Make Christmas Stockings from Felt for Steps 1 and 2)
Step Three: Create a Snowman from the foam
Cut out the shape of a snowman from the white foam so that it fits the red felt. Then cut out his hat from the green foam.
Step Four: Add the Pompoms
Take one black and two red pompoms and use them for the snowman’s buttons. Place the black one in the middle of the two red ones.
Take two white and one green pompom and stick them along the top of the red felt with the green in the middle.
Take larger pompoms, one green and two red, and stick along the top of the stocking for added decoration.
I only added the decorations to one side of the stocking, but you could do both. You may also choose to add different Christmas-themed cut-outs on the stocking, such as snowflakes, Santa Claus or a Christmas tree. That part really is up to you and depends on the type of stencils you can find – if you choose to use them at all!
If you want it to hang from the fireplace, cut a hole in the top corner opposite from the toe of the stocking and add some string or ribbon. And that’s it! Apart from waiting for the glue to dry, the stocking will take about an hour to make. The hardest part I found out of all of it was cutting the felt.
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