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Make and Decorate Your Stockings for Christmas

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Best way to put names on Christmas stockings?

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There are a number of different ways to put names on Christmas stockings. Families from all over the world have their own, unique way of differentiating little Julie's stocking from her brother James'. The list below includes some ways to put names on your Christmas stockings, but it's certainly not comprehensive: be creative and have fun when decorating your Christmas stockings.

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  • Glitter glue pens can add a lot of sparkly fun to your Christmas stockings. This 9-pack from Crayola will allow you to customize each Christmas stocking with a lot of fun, sparkly colors.
  • You can also cut out letters from construction paper, felt, or another cut-able material that you can paste onto the stocking.
  • Other materials that you can use to spell out names on your Christmas stockings include cotton balls, pipe cleaners, colorful paper clips, and anything else that is easy to combine to create letters.
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When it comes to creating your Christmas stockings, you can be as creative as you want. You could tape a piece of paper with a name written on it on the stocking, or you could hot glue colorful beads you find at your local arts and crafts store to spell a name. The choice is yours; just be sure to have fun when creating your Christmas stockings.

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