The Cutest Wooden House DIY Stocking Holder!

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This DIY stocking holder is easy to make! Doesn’t it look cute with my stockings and stocking name tags?

Why do stocking holders have to be so ugly? It’s hard to find cute ones that actually hold the stockings. So I made my own. This DIY stocking holder is nice and heavy, so it won’t tip over with the weight of a stocking filled with goodies. 

wooden house diy stocking holder

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DIY Stocking Holder

Supplies Needed

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Building the DIY Stocking Holder: Cutting the Wood

  1. Cut your 1 x 6″ to the desired length. Mine is approximately  36″ long. 
  2. Cute your 4 x 4’s to size. Determine the approximate height for each house and cut about 1″ more than that. I varied the heights between 8″ and 14″.wood cut for wooden houses
  3. Then, use a speed square to mark your roof angle.using a speed square to draw roof angles
  4. Use a miter saw set to 45 degrees to cut your roof angle on each side.
  5. Sand all of the wood thoroughly to get it nice and smooth.

Painting the DIY Stocking Holder

  1. Use shellac on all of the wood to keep the pine from yellowing with time.use shellac to keep pine from yellowing paint
  2. When the shellac is dry, paint everything white using the Chalky Finish paint in Everlasting. It will take 2-3 coats.paint houses white
  3. Paint each house a different color. For the pink, I used the Americana acrylic paint in dragon fruit. The other houses were painted in Festive Red, Festive Green and Teal.
  4. Each house will need 2-3 coats of paint.paint houses in fun color
  5. When the paint is dry, add some bling with glitter! I used the Glamour Dust in celebration pink on the pink and red houses. The Craft Twinkles paint was used all of the houses to add even more sparkle. Because, tis the season, after all.add glitter paint to houses

Assembling the DIY Stocking Holder

  1. Figure out how you want your houses positioned. I lined my houses up with the front of the base and spaced them about 2″ apart.
  2. Mark the bottom of the base in the middle of where the houses will sit.
  3. Drill pilot holes for the screws. I used 2 for each house.drill pilot holes on bottom of base
  4. Partially screw in all of the screws to the base.partially screwed in screws
  5. Use something to raise the houses off of your working surface to put them in the right position. I placed mine on a candy cane box that was nearby and happened to the the perfect height, but scrap wood would work as well.use something under the houses to place it at the edge.
  6. Attach the houses to the base by screwing through the wood into the houses.attaching houses with screws
  7. When all of the houses are attached to the base, attach the hooks with the screws they came with.attach hooks to houses to hold stockings
  8. Sit the DIY stocking holder up and hang your stockings!wooden village diy stocking holder

wooden village house diy stocking holder

I love how it turned out!

diy stocking holder with stockings

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