I have made a file you can download that includes a full size pattern to trace off for the stocking, a tag to print off and a recipe instruction sheet to include with the gift.
Pattern is found on this link
1. cut out two pieces of fabric for the stocking you made include a collar if you wish as I have done on mine. Alternatively you could make one in felt and get the kids to glue decorations on to the front of it. The picture on the left shows two I have made in satin. Sew a small loop of ribbon
onto the inside seam at the top of the stocking with an over stitch This will give you something to attach your tag to.
2. When your stocking is complete , Slide an open feezer or zip lock bag onto your hand and slide it into the stocking.
Try to make sure you get as far into the toe as possible.
3. Stand your stocking on a bowl and add the dry ingredients. Its great to get the kids to help here Gives them practice in measuring;
4 Add; 1 cup of self raising flour
3/4 cup of white sugar
1/4 cup of soft brown sugar
1/2 tsp nutmeg
1/2 tsp cinnamon
3 tbls cocoa powder
Remove as much air from the remainder of the bag as possible. Tie the top of the bag with a twist tie or seal if using a zip lock and fold down into the stocking
This makes up a lovely moist cake when it is added to the other ingredients that are listed on the recipe sheet it also can be varied substituting coffee for the cocoa You may adapt your own cake if you wish, Just leave out the wet ingredients and include them on your own version of the instruction sheet....Hint.... I found using vanillin sugar a good alternative for the essence in a dry mix
5. Attach your tag to the top loop of the stocking , roll your instrcution sheet up and tie with tinsel and slide inside the stocking keeping it in place with the plastic dry mix bag.