Hey guys I just wanted to share some ideas I have for those old socks. Socks are really good for cleaning just slide your hand in the sock and place cleaner on sock and you will get a nice clean surface. Also if moving away and have tons of nic-nacs put them into socks for proper storage so they don't break during transportaion.
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Recycled sweater slippers. Great idea for kids socks - around Easter. Just a pair of socks and felt for the bunny face.
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How to make fuzzy bunny slippers from felted recycled sweaters for kids free slipper pattern and DIY tutorial (scratch the "beak")
Kids Fuzzy bunny slippers from recycled felted sweaters for kids, or adjust for an adult version! :)
Hop to it and make these cute little fuzzy bunny slippers from recycled felted wool sweaters to keep the kid in your life snuggly warm. This free slipper pattern features a cute little face with floppy ears on the slipper toe... ...and a little tail on the slipper back. The snuggly wool interior
Hop to it! Make these cute little fuzzy bunny slippers from recycled felted wool sweaters and felt details to keep the kid in your life snuggly warm t...
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Kids Fuzzy bunny slippers from recycled felted sweaters for kids (free slipper pattern)
Make these cute little fuzzy bunny slippers from recycled felted wool sweaters
Fuzzy bunny slippers from recycled sweaters and felt details
DIY Fuzzy Bunny Slippers from Recycled Wool Sweaters
Recycled socks baby blanket. We cut off the sock ankles and opened them up to make squares and rectangles. We used a stitch that was a zigzag with lines on both sides (It probably has a special name, but I don't know it!) to hold the pieces together, and then went all the way around the edge, too.
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Recycled socks baby blanket. We cut off the sock ankles and opened them up to make squares and rectangles. We used a stitch that was a zigzag with lines on both sides (It probably has a special name, but I don't know it!) to hold the pieces together, and then went all the way around the edge, too........ehhhhhh.....?????
Recycled socks blanket. Cut off the sock ankles and open them up to make squares and rectangles.
Baby blanket made with recycled baby socks
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Baby Blanket--Recycled Socks.
Rainbow bubble snakes from recycled plastic bottles and socks.
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Sock Bubbles & Rainbow Bubble Snakes Cut end off water bottle, attach sock to end with rubber band. Combine dish soap with a little water, stir gently. Dip in sock end and blow thru bottle gently. Can drop food colouring over end of sock for rainbow bubbles.
Rainbow Bubble Snakes // SOCK BUBBLE ARTWORK – to do this activity, follow the same method for the sock snake bubbles but place a few drops of food coloring on the sock (it looks cool to do more than one color) and blow onto a piece of paper. the bubbles pop and make a cook pattern! we hung the artwork along the fence for the kids to take home later
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Rainbow Bubble Snakes empty water bottle duct tape, a sock that is missing its match dish soap and some food coloring. Cut bottom from bottle, put water and soap in bottle, slide sock over the bottom, secure with rubber band or duct tape, for rainbow, put food coloring on sock before blowing bubbles through sock. Blow on bottle...
Rainbow Bubble Snakes. Empy plastic bottle, an old sock, food coloring, a rubber band and bubbles. So fun!!
Rainbow bubble snakes: cut the bottom off a water bottle, tape or rubber band an old sock to it, dip in dishsoap/water, add food coloring and tah-dah.
Rainbow Bubble Snakes Cut off bottom of water bottle, attach sock with tape or rubber band, dip in diluted dishsoap, blow bubbles! a few drops of food coloring will color the bubbles let the colored bubbles fall on paper, pop, and dry to make a colorful fun print
Rainbow Bubble Snakes - Pretty much only a water bottle, a sock, some duct tape (or rubber band), food coloring, a bowl, and some dish soap in water are all that's needed!
Rainbow Bubble Snakes: empty plastic bottle, duct tape, sock, dish soap, food coloring - optional. Instructions: Cut bottom of the water bottle off. Slide the sock over the bottom of the bottle. Use duct tape to secure our sock, or rubber band. Pour dish soap into a shallow container with a little bit of water and gently mix. Dip the sock covered bubble blower into the solution and gently blow. Optional – add food coloring to sock covered end.
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