If you are looking for some fun activities to enjoy this Holiday, then check out these adorable Christmas stocking outline templates and coloring pages. You can use these for sewing projects, for decorating the house or tree, or just for some fun artwork to pass out to friends and family from little ones.
I am a huge fan of coloring and art projects that encourage fine and gross motor skills while engaging in creative awareness. Being creative is something that mentally and physically helps children grow and even has been proven to help calm and relax adults. You can never be too creative! Especially during the Holiday season, its so much fun to get into the spirit of things with cute Christmas stocking paper crafts and activities.
Printable Christmas Stocking Templates
This classic stocking brings back memories of days spent all cozied together with hot cocoa out of your santa mugs, warm blankets and lots of glitter! You always need a sprinkling or two of Holiday magic 😉
This is a very simple and classic stocking that makes for a great outline or coloring page. Add some flair with puff balls, glitter, fabric, stickers, coloring, and more. Make it unique and original and as fun or creative as you like!
I love this cute small little Christmas stocking outline. It would make a great banner if you print out several of these and tie them together like an banner. You can add letters to each stocking to spell out Merry Christmas or any other saying you like.
A creative and funky elf stocking that has already had a bit of patch work makes for the perfect design. Decorate it into something extra special or just enjoy coloring it and crafting it into something all your own. You could even add some real bells to make it jingle all the way!
This filled Christmas stocking is great to keep little ones entertained during Christmas dinner or Christmas eve service even. It will delight and create the Holiday spirit in each colored page!
Another fun and craft filled stocking with all the treats to get kids excited for the special day. You can paint, color or draw on this stocking or make a cool poster with all the fun Holiday items you or family likes. Use these to decorate the windows and walls and see the season come to life.
The story of Santa Claus or St Nicolas dates back to 280 AD. Much admired for his piety and kindness, St. Nicholas became the subject of many legends. Delivering toys came a bit later but the sentiment to protect and provide joy to children remains the same.
This Santa stuffed Christmas stocking is fun to color for kids of all ages. Imagine putting sticker jewels and fun pompoms on it for real. Watch it come to life with all the creative ideas you could add.
This Christmas stocking pattern is great to use for sewing or as an outline. Just print the pages out- 2 times and cut around the fabric. Machine sew or use a needle and thread to stitch the outer sides all the way up.
Add the cuff stitched to the inside of the stocking and fold over. Embellish any way you like. See the full instructions from DIYMommy.com
Classic Christmas stocking outline for coloring or decorating. It has nice wide cutting outline marks for even little hands to cut out and decorate. A simplified stocking outline ready to be colored, designed or styled any special way.
A simple stocking outline boot to use for a great sewn stocking or just to decorate, color and craft with! You should be able to to adjust the printer to print any size you like and create the perfect Christmas stocking this year.
This fluffy stocking outline is perfect to cut out and decorate. We love making fun creations around the house with our printed pages, templates and outlines of Holiday fun.
The original Christmas sock! My dad used to tell me that he and all his brothers and sister would grab their best sock and hang it on the stove the night before Christmas. Not sure why the stove- but perhaps they did not have a mantle!
Or maybe just wanted warm feet because I remember him telling me about that too- like nothing better than slipping on warm socks on a chilly morning.
Regardless, this is a fun sock template to design and have some fun with! Maybe it will spark memories for the grandparents as well.
A simple stocking hung with care until Saint Nicolas arrived to fill it with toys and cheer! I love the look of this stocking template and the way it invokes fond memories of hanging stockings on the mantle with my folks oh so many years ago.
This adorable coloring page is perfect to keep little ones busy while dinner is being prepared. Keeping them entertained and in the spirit of the season can be tricky during a busy and fun filled day.
These stocking templates are perfect for making teeny socks for little feet. You can use these for decoration and color them all in or use them as a simple sock pattern for itty bitty feet! Lots of ways to create and use this design.
You can decorate a classroom board with tons of little stockings and names or make a fun holiday banner. Ideas are endless here.
This is the perfect Elf on the Shelf stocking outline! If you have a fun little magic elf flying around your home during the holiday- make him a stocking to hang on the mantle with the rest of the family!
This pretty red stocking is ready to decorated with pompoms, stickers, ribbons, and more! Or just print it our and use it as a stocking outline to create a beautiful stocking to hang on Christmas morning.
Sometimes the simplest ones are the best as they are perfect for decorating. This makes a great width stocking if you plan to sew or if you just want to print and color, there is lots of room to draw or decorate the most creative designs of all time.
This cute and fun stocking design is another perfect template to help bring your imagination to life! I love finding a nice clean design that is ready to made into a work of art.
Think of all the possibilities; contests for the most creative, decorations for the mantle place, fridge or window, you can laminate them and place them outdoors on stakes for Holiday lawn decor. We love finding new ways to use the fun Holiday templates.
I made this in pre-school and absolutely love how much fun this for young kids. Even the older ones can get into the fun. Just print out two pages- I use colored paper but you can use whatever you like. Use a hole punch around the sheets- you can use the template above or just eyeball.
Then grab some string or yarn and let the kids sew the yarn in and out of the holes. If you have a large knitting needle (that isn’t sharp)- that works well too. Once done, you have a stitched together paper stocking ready for filling up.
Two cute and easy to craft stockings! Print these out on some colored red and green paper and turn into a wreath or banner to use to decorate all over the home. Or use these as a nice pattern outline for cute little baby booties!
An easy template for little hands to cut. Use colored or plain paper to cut out and decorate or use with fabric and other materials. Enjoy the fun kids have creating such fun Holiday crafts.
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Two simple stocking pieces that make a great baby stocking or a simple stocking pattern for beginners to try and master. Its a lot easier than you might think to make a cute little stocking with this easy pattern. If you get really good you might find creative ways to use stockings for gifts or decor!
Fun and classic elf stocking page to print and decorate. You can use this fun outline as a way to encourage little ones to create a Christmas story or imagine what the elf would look like who used this stocking perhaps!