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Sat 19

Christmas Stocking
by Donna Sledzik

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Good morning and welcome to Day 6 of the Holiday Blog Blitz!  There are so many exciting products in this holiday release, including paper and washi tape!

For my post today I used the Scalloped Stocking die and made a cute place setting project.  You could also use this as a gift card holder or an ornament for your tree.

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I die cut the stocking from patterned paper from the new 6" x 6" paper pad. I also cut another stocking from red cardstock.  I die cut the stocking toe and cuff from white felt.  

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Next, I sewed the stocking pieces together and embellished the stocking with more new die cuts (see below).  

The Snowman Background and the Antique Pine Label were die cut from white cardstock and the Scribble Snowman Outline and the word Joy were cut from black cardstock.  The pine branches were cut off the label and inked with Mowed Lawn and Peeled Paint distress inks.

I glued the snowman outline to the snowman background then added ribbon around his neck for a scarf.  I glued the snowman to the front of the stocking and added a nose, eyes and buttons to him. The eyes and buttons are black Nuvo Dots and the nose was cut from orange cardstock.

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I glued the pine branches to the stocking cuff and finished it off with red buttons.  I glued the word Joy to the front of the snowman.

That's it for today's project!

Want to win your own Scalloped Stocking craft die?  Leave a comment to this post by Sunday, October 20th at 11:59pm EST.  One winner will be selected at random from the comments to win the die. Winners from the blitz will be posted on the Outside the Box blog on Monday, October 21st at 6:00pm EST.  

Good Luck and thanks for stopping by!

Donnasignature

 

 

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Comments

What a great idea and so attractively done! Love the die.

So great die for christmas projects.

This is super duper cute - perfect for a festive table!

I love the idea of this easily decorated die, as a table ornament and/or gift card holder. Well done!

Love the stitching detail on the stocking! This is just adorable! Cute snowman too!

What a fun and festive project to dress up your table. Making these would be a fun project for kids to do too.

Great creation! And so many possibilities!

This is very cute for the dining table and
your stitching is ..... perfect!

What an awesome idea for one's Christmas table or gift card holders! Stitching looks perfect and the snowman is adorable. Great project!

Absolutely adorable Donna!! I see a new die in my future.

Oh what fun this is!! And so perfect for the holiday dinner celebration. Very creative!! I love the snowman - he's on the wish list for sure.

Cute stocking with this snowman. I like your use of felt.

So much fun things you can do with this stocking die.

Sooooo Adorable! Wonderful for Christmas or any winter setting at the table - TFS

Very cute project!!! So many great new holiday dies!!!

What a creative idea making this into a holiday place setting holder!! So cute!!
<3 J

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What a great idea for this lovely Christmas die!

Awwww.... Such cute Christmas decor for the table!!! This stocking is just amazing made with paper and felt and your the decorations look very sweet! The snowman with his scarf makes me smile! Love this project, thanks for sharing!

Love your project, spot on for a festive table. Add guest names and have perfect placecards.

Donna that is just the sweetest little stocking. What a great idea!

Love the way you stitched on stockings.

Love how you have used it as a cutlery holder.

I love using dies to make craft projects and this is so adorable. I can think of many great uses for this!!

Wonderful Christmas project, thanks for sharing your creativity.

Oh, that is adorable. Not sure I would have the patience to sew 20 of these for the xmas table, but it is super cute. Hugz

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