Kirkland’s Santa Stocking Holder

Christmas is very quickly approaching and with that out comes the decorations in preparation for the big jolly mans visit.  We recently dug out all our decorations and got prepared to put the tree up and decorate the windows with lights etc. and hang my wretath on the door.  The big issue we have is that we have nowhere to hang our stockings.  I have no fireplace and no mantel so the stockings usually have to sit on the floor which means stuff falling out after Santa fills them with their loot.

Then I was invited to do another review with Kirklands, one of my favorite companies to work with they have the best things I tell ya.  This time I got the chance to review the Kirkland’s Santa Stocking Holder which retails for $24.99.

The Kirkland’s Santa Stocking Holder comes in three piece and was so easy to assemble.  I simply slid one leg on to the side of the decorative top and secured it with one of the included wing nuts then repeated with the other side and voila a stocking stand.  Then I used the included hooks and hung up our stockings.  At first I was concerned because it said that it was for 5 stockings but I got lucky and ours came with 6 hooks so we had enough for our entire family to hang their stockings.

I wasted no time in getting it put together and while not by a chimney we did get our stockings hung with care.  I am very happy to have this display and plan to use it for years to come.

The Kirkland’s Santa Stocking Holder measures 37″L x 11″W x 39.5″H and is crafted of an espresso finished metal.


I received the Santa Stocking Holder from Kirklands to facilitate this review. It in no way influenced me in my posting.

Comments

  1. Amber Meshberger says:

    My favorite Christmas tradition is attending candlelight church service with my husband’s family at the church we were married in. I love singing Silent Night with all the candles around me and holding my children and remembering the reason for the holiday.

  2. Aggie says:

    My favorite Christmas tradition is to go to Midnight Mass and listen to the choir sing O Holy Night.

  3. Nancy T says:

    The girls get to open one present on Christmas Eve – the anticipation & excitement in their eyes at the wonder is amazing!

  4. amy pugmire says:

    our pajamas we get on x-mas eve.

  5. Missy Lynnh says:

    My favorite tradition is that we all open one gift on Christmas Eve.

  6. Penny Kathleen says:

    My husband reads “The Night Before Christmas” every Christmas Eve before bed even though my two oldest kids are 22 and 18!

  7. Gianna says:

    Midnight Mass.

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