InstructionsI simply made a paper pattern by drawing, a typical holiday stocking, onto paper (you could always trace a stocking you already own). I then laid my paper pattern atop the empty waxy cat food bag, insuring I got the cute parts within the pattern. When I couldn't get all the cute parts, I simply cut a separate "toe" section and a top section from parts of the cat food bag that I wanted ...
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Type of item: Home Decor
Style: Holiday, Whimsical, Eco-Friendly
Large, lined, waxy pet food bag and scrap fabric.
What was your inspiration?
The large cat food bag seemed so sturdy. I often used them for garbage, but this past holiday season I was feeling crafty and thought I'd "try" to recycle the bag in a more fun way and this was the result.
What are you most proud of?
I'm proud that the stocking is very sturdy and not at all likely to tear. It's wrinkly, because it is paper, but it worked.
What advice would you give someone starting this project?
If you have anything that came in a sturdy, lined, waxy bag, it can be made into something. Look at your garbage with an artsy eye!