DIY Stocking Holders

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Growing up, our sleeves were always full of useful items like socks, a fresh hair brush, scrunchies, etc..   I love to continue this tradition with my own children by getting them functional things that they’re in want of.   They undergo BAND-AID® Adhesive Bandages like candy, so I thought that the  Band-Aid® Brand Adhesive Bandages holiday set are an ideal stocking stuffer.   The tiniest scrape and they’re crying to get a BAND-AID® to make their hurts heal faster!   I also picked up some LISTERINE Kids® mouthwash to include in the stockings.

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It is possible to get the Band-Aid® Brand Adhesive Bandages vacation collection at Target, at the stocking stuffer section.   They’ve Paw Patrol and Star Wars BAND-AID® Brand Adhesive Bandages which will make excellent stocking stuffers too.   By way of example of 12/17/17, it is possible to buy them 2 for $5.00!   A great price for the #1 doctor recommended brand!

My children were in need of some stocking hooks, therefore I made a decision to make these cute DIY stocking holders utilizing wooden cubes and plastic woodland animals.   Are not they pretty?!

To make these Simple DIY stocking holders, you’ll want:

    • Timber — I have a 2×4, then cut it into 3.5-inch sections, and sanded it easy
    • gold metallic spray paint
    • mug hooks
    • plastic animals
    • hot glue g*n and gluesticks

Start with spray painting your critters and wood together with the golden spray paint.   I really like the way the metallic gold immediately transformed the critters!

When the paint has dried, screw a hook into the front of each block.   It helps in case you use a drill to make a little hole first.

Hot glue a creature into the top, and it is completed!   So easy!

Here are all of the ones that I created.   We have got a fox, deer, rabbit, and polar bear.   I discovered all of those critters at Target also.   Many dollar shops have plastic critters also, but I was not able to discover any woodland-themed ones.

The DIY stocking holders look so cute up on the mantel and so are strong enough to maintain the sleeves independently.   If you want them to stay put while keeping all of your stocking stuffers, then I suggest getting some removable glue strips to go on the bottom.

I understand my small ones will probably be eager to see that the Band-Aid® Brand Adhesive Bandages vacation set within their stockings this year!   I am confident they’ll find any excuse to use them right away.

What should you prefer to put on your children’s stockings?

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