DIY "Cold Feet" Socks

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Above all other wedding jitters a bride may have, there is nothing she fears more than the thought of the groom getting cold feet. That's why these DIY "Cold Feet" Socks are the perfect pre-wedding gift. Poking fun at the old saying and providing a personal touch, this easy and inexpensive gift will bring a smile to your groom's face. Simply buy a pair socks and attach a homemade label for a simple and silly present.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueGeneral Crafts


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This gave me a giggle when I seen it! I think I found good stocking filler as part of my Christmas list for my fiancee, I think he will have a laugh at it too. I will have to make sure they as super warm socks to be double safe)


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