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Friday, November 4, 2011

Kirkland's Santa Stocking Holder Review and #Giveaway Ends 11/26

This may be a scary thought, but Christmas is coming. It's lurking around every corner in stores. Believe it or not, there are only 51 days til Christmas! 51! Eek! My shopping hasn't started yet (yes I know) but the ideas for decorating this year have already began!

I was recently contacted by Kirkland's to review their Santa Stocking Holder. It's a simple idea for a complicated issue!
I have a fireplace, but it doesn't have a mantle of any kind. It's stone all the way up. It's impossible to hang anything from it, like stockings. Kirkland's Santa Stocking Holder is perfect! It is a simple metal construction (which took me about 30 seconds to assemble with no tools!) in an Espresso finish. It's actually very dark in color, and mixes in with my black and white decor easily. It has a cute Santa's sleigh silhouette design, and can hold up to 5 stockings (but you could easily add more if you added more hooks!). It measures 37"L x 11"W x 39.5"H. It fits perfectly in front of a standard sized fireplace!

Sorry mine doesn't have any stockings on it yet, they are still packed away in hopes that it will slow down that creeping Christmas shopping anxiety!




Kirkland's Santa Stocking Holder retails for $24.99, but I bet you'd like the chance to win one for yourself! Kirkland's is offering one of my lucky readers a Santa Stocking Holder for themselves!

Please read Kirkland's contest rules thoroughly before entering.




Disclaimer:
Kirkland's provided me with the free product, information, and are providing the giveaway item. All opinions are my own. Please see my complete Disclosure/Acknowledgement Policy HERE.

35 comments:

  1. over the fireplace actually!!

    lauren51990 at aol dot com

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  2. Right now, I just lay them in front of the hearth.
    missdeb1 at earthlink dot net

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  3. We are currently living in a trailer, and there is no fireplace what so ever. We've just ignored hanging them, and then christmas morning they magically appear laid out on display on the couch filled with goodies

    lmerritt49903@gmail.com

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  4. This would be a beautiful addition to our living room.

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  5. We put them on the music holder area on our upright piano

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  6. We usually hand our stocking by a nail on the fireplace :)
    my4boysand1@gmail.com

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  7. We have been hanging them with a tiny nail on the fireplace but they are so heavy when filled we lay them on the ground propped up on the fireplace after Santa comes :)

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  8. We don't have a place to hang them which is a bummer! On Christmas morning they are laid out on the floor in front of the tree.

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  9. We hang them on the wall with tacks. I could really use this for sure!

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  10. We have a woodburning stove and a rock wall behind it. Our stockings just end up propped up against the wall. I've tried finding a way to hang them there but I have not been successful.

    sleepyheadedmom at gmail dot com

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  11. *sigh* i hang them (empty) with thumb tacks on the entertainment center...and when they're full, i prop 'em on the floor next to the tree

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  12. We use the heavy metal stocking hangers with the felted bottoms to hang each one individually on top of our fireplace mantel. They do have a tendency to freak me out that thay are going to fall though, so I try not to put much in them until xmas eve.
    chevsweeps(@)yahoo(dot)com

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  13. we have 3 fireplaces.. kind of lucky! but we have little hooks screwed into the mantle... sometimes it is a pain because the stockings are always to heavy for them... lol maybe my fault on buying stuff lol

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  14. We usually hang them on door knobs.This is so cute.
    carolwegs at gmail dot com

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  15. We usually just lay the stockings on the floor under the tree...
    ramblingsandadventures@gmail.com

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  16. I usually hang the stocking on the fireplace but we just moved to a smaller home so we hang them on a glass cabinet now

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  17. We hang them on the mantle above the fireplace but I always worry they will catch fire!!

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  18. We just moved and have NO IDEA where to hang them! This would be great!!!

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  19. id hang these in our living room on the mantel

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  20. I hang my stockings above the fake fireplace in my living room.

    sreis1987@gmail.com

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  21. I usually just tac them over my fireplace, lol. So this product would be amazing for us! Thanks!

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  22. I usually hang them on my entertainment center.

    livelovelaughwithleslieblog at gmail dot com

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  23. What a clever stocking hanger. I hang my stocking on a curtain rod. LOL Seriously. I have no place to put them so I take my curtains down and hang them on that rod. I do have shades to so it works but have to be careful what I put in them. They can get too heavy.

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  24. I hang mine from our Mantle, but I LOVE this idea :) I always have to use those little stick on hanger thingies to get them hung up.

    kissyjensen at gmail dot com

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  25. My husband has a beautiful wooden type ledge that he got for us to hand them up a few years ago. We are a military family so we move alot and we try not to buy to many big fireplaces. Ohh how I miss them though! Happy Holidays everyone!

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  26. We moved into a new home a few months ago so this is our first Christmas here. I hope to hang them over the fireplace!

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  27. Right now we hang them on a table and HOPE that kitty doesn't pull them down. :)
    thesuburbanjungle @ gmail.com

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  28. i hang them on the railing going upstairs
    pkeintz@gmail.com

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  29. I don't hang them I just put them under the tree!
    heartnsoulcooking at gmail dot com

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  30. Right now I hang them from my kitchen cupboards haha would LOVE this!

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  31. What a beautiful fireplace.

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