Let’s look at options for places to hang stockings without a mantle. Learn how to hang up stockings without a mantle and transform your room for Christmas.
Not every home has a mantle and if you’re looking for ways to hang stockings without a mantle I’m going to share different ways to do just that. You’ll learn how to hang up stockings without a mantle and supplies you can use with how to set them up.
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How to hang up stockings without a mantle
Use your staircase to hang up your stockings. Add some hooks and some garland and you’ve not only found a place to hang your stocking but you’ve added extra Christmas decor to your home.
Supplies to use:
Hang garland around a window, on a wall, or on a counter. Decorate with lights, ornaments, and stockings.
Here are the supplies you’ll need:
Bookcase or shelves
If you have a bookcase or have shelves in your living room you can easily hang up stockings without a mantle by using hooks. Here are some supplies to use:
DIY Wood Plaque
If you like to DIY like I do you can make your own wood plaque. Take a piece of extra or scrap wood from your wood pile, paint or stain the piece of wood and then attach hooks. Finally add a hanging hook on the back and you’ve got yourself a different way to hang up stockings without a mantle.
Supplies you’ll need:
On the wall
Hang them on the wall up high enough that your little ones can’t reach them. Make sure they’re in a place where a child can’t easily push an object to stand on and reach them.
Other stocking holder options
If you want another option to hang up stockings without a mantle. I’ve compiled a great list to help give you some ideas and inspirations. Here are my favorites:
No matter how you hang up your stockings, your family will love what you’ve done. Creativity creates Christmas memories that far outlast the memories of what comes in the stocking, or what gifts were under the tree.