How to put a stocking on a shelf without looking like a slob

Posted February 13, 2018 05:16:22 As a new mum, I always look for a way to make my wardrobe more versatile.

I’ve tried out many ways to do this, but none of them are easy.

So I made one simple project using a stocking to add a little more personality to my space.

But there’s one thing you need to know before you make this DIY stocking.

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I had a couple of requests for my stocking and I decided to put one together for a different occasion.

The inspiration behind the stocking came from a friend’s baby and how he looked after a while.

The stocking is a simple piece of fabric with a few pockets for storing things like food, baby clothes, toys and other things.

It’s meant to be put on the floor of your home for storage, and then hung in the front of your house.

But, it’s not all about the stocking.

You can add a few extra things to make it even more interesting.

You’ll need: Fabric: Cotton or linen, with an elastic waistband.

It can be any fabric that has a wide stretch to it, like a fabric fabric, but don’t get too fancy with it.

I chose cotton because it has a great stretch to the fabric and is really soft.

It also has a lovely feel to it and I think that’s what I like most about it.

Fabric Color: For this stocking, I used a very simple grey colour, which was the fabric I usually use for baby clothes.

I decided on a lighter grey for the colour because it’s a softer fabric, so I didn’t have to worry about having to make the whole stocking for every baby.

For the other items in the stocking, you can use a contrasting colour.

I picked up a small bag of cotton and a bag of linen for the top of the stocking and then I just stuffed them into the pockets of the fabric.

The fabric is super easy to work with and has a lot of stretch.

You don’t need to be too creative to make this stocking work.

Just find a fabric that feels good and stretchy, and add just a little bit of extra fabric in between.

For each of the items, make sure the fabric has a small opening for the stuffing.

Once the fabric is stuffed into the fabric pockets, you then just slip the stocking into the front door and it’s ready to go.

You should be able to put the stocking on the wall in a few seconds and you can even leave it hanging out in the room for a few days.

You could also put it on a wall above the sofa to add an extra little touch of style.

I’m just happy it’s on the front porch!

Now if you’re like me and you have a baby, I love hanging this stocking in the living room and just looking at the way it glows in the sunlight.

You know you can trust that you’ll never be without it.

You won’t have a problem putting it on the table in the kitchen or hanging it in the fridge or even the bedroom for a night out.

The fact that it’s so easy to make is the key.

You might be tempted to go for the bigger size for the storage, but you’ll need to work out a budget to do that.

So you might want to stick to a smaller size, maybe around a foot or so, and make sure you know exactly what you’re getting into before you go crazy.

But I love this stocking.

If you’re a parent and you need a little help with your wardrobe, I’d love to help!

Happy stocking shopping!