Yesterday we celebrated our 2 year anniversary, which is the cotton anniversary. My husband needed socks, so I thought that’d make the perfect “cotton” gift! I had a little fun & turned them into a sock bouquet & threw in some candy for excitement! It was easy to put together, plus cheap & quick! All of my favorite things! The timing makes this a great gift idea for Father’s Day too! Add in more candy or treats/snacks according to Dad’s taste & pick up some fun socks!
I used wooden skewers to hold up the socks & a mason jar filled with metallic shred to hold the bouquet.
Roll up the socks from one end to the other & insert a skewer into the middle. Tie up one end with string & play around with the sock until it resembles a flower, or something of that nature.
Tape/tie candy bars to skewers as well & arrange in jar. Now gift away! Add a big bow or sweet tag to complete the gift!
Print the supply list & tutorial below!
- assorted socks
- candy bars/snacks
- wooden skewers
- mason jar
- paper shred
- Roll up each sock individually.
- Insert wooden skewer into middle of rolled sock.
- Secure with twine around bottom of sock. Adjust to look like flowers.
- Tape or tie candy/snacks to wooden skewers.
- Fill jar with paper shred.
- Arrange socks & candy skewers in jar.
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