Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Let It Snow Stocking

Hi there!  Lee-Anne here today I wanted to share with you a canvas stocking that I created for our Hand-Made Christmas Celebration with the Christmas Love Campaign.

I love all the goodies that I received and I immediately was drawn to the canvas stocking from Canvas Corp.

To begin,  I created a ribbon Christmas tree with the green ribbon from May Arts and cut several strips measuring 2 1/2 " long and then folded each strip and glued them together.  I made several folded strips and then I took my Core'dinations Glitter Cardstock in the green shade and hand cut  a triangle measuring approximately 3 inches from the top to the bottom.  I then began to adhere the folded green ribbon strips to the triangle. For the trunk of the tree, I used the sanding tool from Core'dinations and hand cut a small rectangular shape to resemble a tree trunk and sanded the surface of a black piece card stock and adhered it to the bottom center of the tree.

For the May Arts ribbon that has a red stitch running through it, I adhered it with glue around the bottom of the stocking cuff.  I then took my the dual colored twine from May Arts and tied a bow and adhered it to the center of the cuff.  With the same twine, I wrapped it around the tree to give it the look of garland. For the third ribbon from May Arts, I made a little bow from the red chevron ribbon and make that my tree topper.  Once the tree was all assembled, I adhered the tree to the canvas stocking.  The stocking wouldn't be the same without the cute snowman stamp by Susan Weckesser  and the Let It Snow word stamp.  I inked the stamps up with some black Ranger Archival Ink and stamped the stocking.  To paint the snowman, sky and snow, I used the supplied Scribbles Fabric Paint.

 Once it was dry I took some Diamond Stickles and went over the snow to give it more shine.

To finish the stocking I added a sequin to the twine bow and the tree.

The stocking is now complete and ready to give as a homemade gift.  So now it's your turn to create!

To start off this wonderful year 5th year of the Christmas Love Campaign, we are having a Hand-made Christmas Contest
What you have to do: 
*Follow along during our Hand-made Christmas event from November 2 - November 16, 2013 at Susan K Weckesser Inc blog
*Like the Christmas Love Campaign Facebook page --->HERE.
*Make your own Hand-Made gift. (it can be something you designed yourself or if you want try something that the designers have created please go ahead and have fun and do that!)
*Take a picture and post it on our facebook page. Or if you have Instagram post it there and tag it #craftuplove , #christmaslovecampaign & #susankweckesserinc so I see it! You can find me @ [SUSANKWECKESSER] on Instagram, so come follow me and I would LOVE to follow you! So much fun!
*Give your gift to a neighbour or stranger to make them smile! SPREAD THE LOVE!
*Come back to our Hand-Made Christmas post and let us know that you have crafted up some love and you will be entered to win a awesome prize pack from the above sponsors. The prize will include lots of goodies so you can craft up more love! How awesome is that! You have until November 17, 2013 at midnight MST to enter. Have fun!

Hugs and Smiles



  1. Lee-Anne... What an AWESOME project... I especially love your ribbon Christmas tree and I will be soooo Scraplifting that particular idea (grin)... THANKS for SHARING!

  2. So pretty, I do love the tree it's so cute.

  3. What a clever way to make a Christmas tree! Super cute!


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