Step outside of your Christmas decorating comfort zone and try one of our 12 creative places to hang your Christmas stockings!
Greta is a stay-at-home mom of four kids, which makes the holidays so much more complicated and exciting. She spends her free time at her blog, Gfunkified. Greta says, "If you don't have a mantel but you do have small kids, one way to get them even more excited about Christmas morning is to hang the stockings at their eye level by using a decorative stand."
Nicole Morgan is a mother of two and the clever blogger behind Sisters from Another Mister. Nicole says, "Make use of hooks that are already up, such as this storage shelf."
Nicole also suggests that "an entryway bench can be decorated for the holidays!"
Virginia Fynes is the creator of Fynes Designs, a place where she creates, inspires and parents with original crafts, home decor, delicious recipes, party ideas, holiday style and affordable designs. Virginia suggests using the season's prettiest decorations — ribbons and garlands — to meet your creative stocking needs. She says, "I love these chic ribbon stockings; they look so elegant lining the edge of the staircase, waiting for Santa to arrive!"
Janet M. Perry is the "Internet's needlepoint expert" at Nuts About Needlepoint. She says, "We have a fireplace, but our mantel is stone and, even worse, slants down, so you can't even use the standing hangers. Between the kitchen and family room we have a half bookshelf, with a lip along the top. We fastened strong cup hooks under that, so they're hidden!"
Rachel Kerstetter is a communications professional by day and by night she blogs about marriage, home ownership and living with Type 1 diabetes at her blog, Probably Rachel. She says, "In college, my roommate taped stockings to our window!"
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