Thursday, October 25, 2007

Lonely White Socks

There's always those lonely socks that have lost their mate. They make good dust rags, but how many dust rags do you need? In an issue of Albemarle Family, Jennifer writes:

White socks make the cutest snowmen. Fill the bottom third of the sock with sand and pink it off with a rubber band, fill the next third with more sand and tie a fabric scrap around it for a winter scarf. Then fill almost to the top with a smaller amount of sand and tie a knot atop. Fold the sock top over the knot to look like a hat. Draw or glue on some eyes, a nose, a mouth and some buttons.

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