This headboard stocking hanger is a fun yet useful piece of home decor for the holidays! I used an inexpensive twin sized headboard from Goodwill San Antonio to make a beautiful, sturdy hanger for my family’s Christmas stockings.
With young kids, it’s been a struggle to find a safe way to hang Christmas stocking. Pre-kids my husband and I used heavy metal stocking hangers, the kind that you perch on a mantle. I didn’t want to use that with my kids, fearing that they might accidentally pull the heavy holder onto their heads. So I just didn’t hang stockings for several years.
When I found this pretty headboard at Goodwill last year, I knew I wasn’t going to use it for a bed! Keep reading to learn how I turned a thrifted headboard into a stocking hanger.
PS….you can see the stocking tutorial HERE.
Supplies used to make the headboard stocking hanger:
- Twin Headboard from Goodwill San Antonio
- Chalk Paint in Rouge
- Multi Surface Paint – Cottonball
- Metallic Shimmer Paint – White Pearl
- Decorative Knobs