Plain cotton stockings are normally sold at craft stores. But if you want to make your own, download this handy pattern and follow the basic instructions.
Insert tin foil into the middle of your stocking. This will prevent the glue from bleeding through to the other side of the stocking.
Open up a bag of pompoms and get your fabric glue ready.
Apply a generous amount of fabric glue to one small area of the stocking. Start placing the pompoms on the glue, covering up the entire surface.
Continue placing pompoms until you have all of the glue covered. Repeat this process until you have covered the entire front of the stocking.
Allow the stocking to fully dry. Due to the amount of glue used, you will probably need at least 24 hours.
An alternative to filling up the whole stocking is creating a monogram or single intial. Simply apply the glue in the shape of your initial and place pompoms accordingly.
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