Woman Takes Baby Socks And Folds Them. What She Transforms Them Into? Amazing!

Babies grow up. It seems like one day your baby is still learning to crawl and then boom – they are in first grade. What do you do about the tons of baby clothes that you have? You might put some of them in storage and donate the bulk of them somewhere. Why? Seeing these tiny clothes might remind you of how fast time passed. You don’t have to do that, though. There are tons of ways to re-use these clothes.

There are a lot of ideas on how to re-use old baby clothes. They range from different types of memory quilts to re-using baby clothes on dolls to making egg ornaments to sock donuts (Homer Simpson: “Mmmm… donuts…”) to silly toys to bunting for the ceiling of an older child’s room. The possibilities seem endless. If you’re the slightest bit crafty, there’s a lot you can do to preserve your baby’ innocence while they grow older.

We see a video on how to make “cupcakes” out of baby socks. It involves a lot of folding and refolding of the sock and tucking one into the other, but the end result is something to behold. You just have to make sure that no one grabs one and takes a bite… though they would realize their error very quickly. It’s a great way to re-use your old baby socks and not have to worry about lugging them somewhere to donate them.

I like ideas like this instead of filling up bags upon bags of clothes to donate to a charity or church. It’s not that I don’t think people could benefit from second-hand clothes for their own children, it’s just that I also like the idea of keeping things around in one form or another without people wondering if you have a hoarding problem. The button heart in a frame is something even I could do without screwing it up… though don’t place bets on me.

What ideas do you have? Did you like the sock cupcakes or the sock donuts? You know that Homer Simpson would eat one without batting an eye. We’d love to hear your thoughts or ideas in the comments section below!

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