As we get closer and closer to Christmas, those of us who sew and craft may be starting to realize that the list of gifts and holiday home decor we planned to make just isn’t going to happen or at the very least that list will need to be greatly shortened.
If Christmas Stockings happen to be on your list, I want you to know that you can still have beautiful handmade stockings!
Our middle daughter has been busy sewing over the past few months and has stocked her shop with dozens of beautiful handmade Christmas stockings in a variety of colors, prints and fabric to suit tastes from contemporary to the more traditional.
To help get the word out, I’m going to showcase a sampling of them here.
If you see one (or more) you like, simply click on the picture of the individual stocking (not the groupings) to be taken to the listing for it in her shop.
If you don’t find that particular stocking in her listing, it may have already sold but I’d check with her to be sure she doesn’t have another one in stock or to ask her to custom make one for you.
Or how about this lovely White with Holly and Berries stocking?
Got a young gentleman that needs an upgrade from his little kid stocking? This beautiful contemporary plaid stocking will take him through to adulthood!
Here you can see how they’d look as a trio hung from a garland wrapped banister.
Need more than three stockings?This one would coordinate perfectly with them.
I love the simple elegance of this white with silver swirls and red berries!
This novelty fabric stocking is one of my favorites that she has in her shop.
This fabric line called “Cute as a Button” is by Delphine Cubitt for Henry Glass & Co.
It would be perfect for anyone who loves to sew!
In fact, I have a couple of yards of this in my stash to make items for my sewing room.
And isn’t this cotton cupcake stocking just sooo much fun!
Those three look fabulous displayed together as well.
But there’s more still to come that you could mix and match to achieve your own unique look.
Add this fun Penguin stocking to the mix and you’ve got a collection that will make everyone who sees them smile.
They sure make me smile!
She’s got several stockings that are reversible like this Chocolate Brown and Gold Jacobean Cotton Christmas Stocking.
If you’re someone who likes to change up their holiday decor from year to year… reversible is the way to go!
And then there are these three Victorian inspired stockings!
Here’s a close up of the Blue with Gold Swirls.
The next two white and gold stockings would be perfect to give to a young couple celebrating their first Christmas together!
You could choose to mix and match other ones in her collection as shown below:
Or perhaps your holiday decor is done in silver rather than gold accents.
She’s got those too!
I love poinsettias and buy one or two every year to add a pop of color to the house.
This stocking would fit right in!
Here’s one another stocking with a simple elegance and would be beautiful paired with the silver swirl stocking I showed you earlier.
Let’s check out the red stockings she has for sale!
White snowflakes on a red background gives this one a wintery feel.
Doesn’t it look amazing centered between the silver stars stocking and a white with red stylized snowflakes.
This more traditional print with Christmas baubles and wreath is a stunner!
Then there are some more contemporary stockings in really fun prints!
And finally there a several blue stockings to be purchased singly, in sets or mixed and matches with any of the above stockings.
Aren’t they all just beautiful stockings!
As I mentioned, this is just a sampling of what she has to offer in her shop. I hope you’ll take a moment to go check BeaulieuTreasures.
If you’re not ready to make a purchase, make sure to favorite her shop so you’ll be able to find it again.
But don’t delay too long, Christmas is fast approaching and you’ll want to order so there’s lots of time for her to get them shipped out to you before the 25th.
And as an extra precaution, so you’ll know where to find this in the future… make sure to pin this by clicking on the Pinterest button underneath this post.