Adding the names or initials of your loved ones makes unwrapping those stocking-stuffers just a bit more special. Click through to find personalized and monogrammed ideas — that you can DIY or buy right now — and you'll treasure them year after year.
For a forrest farmhouse vibe, this tartan stocking is made even woodsier by a slivered log name tag and pine cone charm.
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There's no such thing as too much sparkle when decorating for the holidays, which is why these gold initial tags will be a welcome addition to any mantle.
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Nothing is more special for a child than tearing open a stocking with their initials on it. This design is so classic that it'll blend into traditional decor with ease.
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Nothing says "Christmas" more than Santa and a snowman. The only downside is each design is cuter than the next so it will be next to impossible to pick a favorite.
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If you don't want to permanently mark your stockings, these moose-shaped tags with hand-painted names can hang right above them and add a festive touch.
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Pom poms are fun on their own — but pom pom adorned pin stripe stockings with pine wood tags? That's just genius.
A brown burlap stocking can be lackluster, but dye it red, add a ruffle and use a swirly font for embroidering names and you'll have yourself a feminine decoration fit for display.
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Here's a way to make sure that absolutely no one gets confused about whose stocking is whose — just print out individual portraits of your loved ones and attach with a pretty ribbon. This is also an easy way to update the stockings you already have.
There's a pattern for everyone in the family. A tip: Snag (and personalize) that blue snowman stocking for your resident Frozen enthusiast.
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Subtly-patterned cherry red stockings act as bright and bold pops of color against a wash of white.
Not only will these vibrant stockings feature initials for every person in your family, but each person can pick out their favorite color to personalize it even more.
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Mark each stocking with a festively-shaped tag, like a star or dove, and then assign a shape to each family member. Buy extra tags and either tape or loop them onto each present. Ask your family to go "present hunting" — every present marked with their shape is theirs to open.
A Christmas-light ladder illuminates the burlap stockings from behind, so that the monograms are aglow. The best part? These stockings don't require sewing. Not a stitch.
Metal is everywhere these days — why not incorporate the modern trend into your Christmas stockings? These tags can also be taken off and reused as birthday gift toppers or backpack keychains.
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This stocking personalization tip is seriously cost effective. Take a trip to your local arts and crafts store, pick up a bag of chip board letters and arrange the letters into your loved ones' names. Then, secure them together like a chain. Who knew chip board letters could look so glam?
Dangling charms aren't just for bracelets — these tiny gold adornments, offset by shimmery ribbons, are a festive reminder of the gifts yet to come.
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These stockings might look complicated, but trust us — these inside-out stockings are definitely doable. When you make multiples in your color scheme (like the bright blues and greens featured here), you'll have a cohesive row of personalized stockings that complement each other perfectly.
Pretty in pink meets a glitter monogram — you might want to consider this sparkly blush option for your favorite girly girl.
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Here's another way to personalize your stockings without splurging on new ones: Simply wrap a wooden letter in twine and then fasten or glue a safety pin to the back.
If you have little ones, just think about how these classic jingle bell stockings will grow with them. This Christmas, they'll use them as toys, but in a few years, they'll dive through them on the hunt for their favorite stocking stuffer goodies.
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