Sock wreath gifts seemed appropriate after collecting all those socks for Samaritan House this fall.
A friend of mine, Trish Turay, posted this on her blog and she has given me permission to use this. These are very clever and quick, easy and inexpensive to make. Even I can do these.
Wreath form – There are numerous sizes and widths. Choose the one that works best for you!
Multi-pack Christmas socks
Cut the heel and toe out of the socks. Cut the longer part in half.
Cut a slit in the wreath form so you can slip the socks onto the form.
Slip the socks on to the form until the form is completely covered. You can scrunch them up as much as you like. The closer together the sock pieces, the fuller the wreath will look.
Cut a strip out of one of the socks, tie it in a bow and adhere with glue to the wreath. Add wire around the form to make a hanger.
This is a great wreath to hang on the doors to kid’s rooms. You can even use their old socks to make an year-round wreath for them. With supervision, your children might enjoy making their own sock wreaths.
You can see more of Trish’s ideas at her blog. Click here for more ideas.
I would be happy to help you find your new home that will knock your socks off! And a new doors on which to hang your sock wreaths.
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