Free Craft Ideas, Tutorials and Templates


CI Border




Spring Crafts

Summer Crafts

Fall Crafts

Christmas & Winter Crafts

New Crafts


Wooden Stocking Christmas Tree Ornament

There is so much fun and fulfillment in crafting Christmas ornaments for your tree and wood gives your tree a charming country look. If you like using a scroll saw, then this project is ideal. It is a quick and easy craft and you will find yourself making more than just one stocking! If you choose, you can paint the names of your family members on the stockings so each person has his or her own personal stocking, or even use such stockings as gift tags with the names of the recipient painted on them. Decorate your stocking according to your own personal taste. Use leftover pieces of fabric, buttons and other embellishments for each stocking to make it individual.



Christmas Wood Craft - Wooden Stocking Christmas Tree Ornament

For this project you will need:

- plywood - 4 mm thick
- white, green and light brown acrylic paints
- left over piece of green Christmas fabric
- wooden star in gold
- pinking shears
- stick glue
- thin gold decorating wire
- green ribbon
- drill with 1.5 mm bit
- thicker wire for hanging
- wood glue

Craft Patterns:

Christmas Stocking Craft Pattern

Stocking Pattern






1. Print out the pattern and transfer the markings onto the wood. 
2. Saw out the stocking and sand it smooth. Basecoat the stocking in white and let it dry.
3. Paint the cuff, toe and heel of the stocking in dark green and let the paint dry.
4. Dry brush light brown paint on the edges where the white paint is seen. Also drybrush the areas where the white paint touches the green paint.
5. Dry brush the stocking cuff, heel and toe edges with white paint.
6. Using pinking shears, cut a small square piece of fabric out and stick it onto the stocking using the stick glue.
7. Glue the wooden star onto the stocking slightly over the piece of fabric. Let it dry. Drill 2 small holes (to look like a button) through the wooden star and through the stocking.
8. From the backside of the stocking, insert the wire through both holes of the stocking and through the wooden star button, coming out on the front side again. Twist the wire and let around 3 cm ends hang. The rest gets cut away.
9. Make a ribbon bow and glue it to the stocking as seen in the picture.
10. Drill a small hole in the top of the stocking. Coil the thicker wire and insert it into the hole to use for hanging.

Illustrated Craft Tutorials:

Transferring Patterns Onto Wood Tutorial

How to Make Patterns and Permanent Templates

Drybrushing Tutorial

How to Dry Brush Wood

Scrollsaw Tutorial

How to Saw Wood Out Using a Scroll Saw




Christmas Wood Craft - Wooden Stocking Christmas Tree Ornament 2
Red version of the same stocking


More Winter and Christmas Craft Themes:

Christmas and Winter Crafts for Kids

Christmas and Winter Paper Crafts

Christmas and Winter Textile Crafts

Christmas and Winter Wood Crafts

Christmas and Winter General Crafts

Christmas and Winter Greeting Cards

Christmas Tree Ornaments

Christmas and Holiday Wreaths

Christmas Craft Patterns

Santa Claus Crafts

Snowman Crafts

Advent Calendars

Gingerbread Crafts





More Christmas and Winter Wood Crafts

Scandinavian Style Wooden Glitter Ornaments

Wood Burned Christmas Ornaments From Wooden Branch Slices

Natural Christmas Tree Ornaments Crafted From Wooden Branch Slices

Winter Welcome Chalkboard

Plant Pokes or Plant Sticks With Christmas Animal Motifs

Christmas Wood Craft - Christmas Tree

Moose and Sleigh Advent Calender

Lighted Wooden Christmas Trees

Wooden Noel Decoration

Simple Wooden Christmas Trees Decoration

Wooden Stocking Ornament

Wooden Winter Mittens

Sparkling Star Christmas Tree Ornament

Scottie Christmas Tree Ornament

Wooden Country Cottage Decoration

Wooden Swedish Cottage Decoration

Christmas Recipe Card Box

Wooden Angel Heart Wallhanging

Wooden Bird Heart Wallhanging

Christmas Wood Craft - Wooden Stocking Christmas Tree Ornament



Copyright: Please read this Copyright Information about using the images of this website.



Contact     Links     Privacy Policy and Cookies