Label your stockings for each member of your family with a stocking initial tag! If you want to make your own stocking tags this year for Christmas, you’ll love these 10 creative and unique stocking initial tags!
Make these stocking initial tags using clay! I used my kid's alphabet magnets as a stencil to trace the shape of the clay letters. Once baked, you can paint them whatever color you want. Or you can use a gold Sharpie, like I did, to get the gold color.
Need to label your stockings, but don't want to spend any more money on Christmas decor? Make these cheap and easy DIY stocking tags with boho style. All you need is cardboard, yarn, a hot glue gun and scissors.
Read more to see how to make these stocking initial tags.
I love these FREE printable DIY initial stocking tags for a simple way to dress up your Christmas stockings on a budget! You can easily add personalization and style with these DIY Stocking Letter Tags.
They can be printed on cardstock and then dressed up with wooden beads and twine!
I love the idea of making monogram ornaments that could be used either on the Christmas tree or hanging on the stockings as a tag. These ones are made from felt using a mason jar ring and cardboard stick. Read more to check out the full step-by-step tutorial.
These pretty personalized Christmas stocking name tags could easily be changed to an initial if you prefer, or you could keep them with the full name as shown. The tags can be made with any fabric and bow, so you could customize them to fit right in with your Christmas decorations.
These classic wood DIY stocking name tags are easy and inexpensive to make and will look absolutely beautiful on your stockings for years to come. Again, these ones are shown with the entire name, but you could easily do just the initial if you wanted.
Grab some old jeans or fabric scraps and make a reusable fabric gift tag with an initial to hang on your stocking. These can be sewn together or you can easily tweak the tutorial to do a no-sew method.