Jen Causey
Jen Causey July 06, 2012

DIY | groom ‘cold feet’ socks

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I am positive that your groom will not be getting cold feet… but I think this project is a fun and silly way to make light of that old saying! Cute patterned socks are quite the rage, so why not surprise your fiancé on the morning of your wedding with this adorable and easy DIY gift…

DIY groom socks cold feet

SUPPLIES:

  • cute socks for your favorite fiance
  • paper to match – either card stock or my favorite – sticker paper
  • a printer
  • paper trimmer
  • Glue Dots adhesive if you aren’t using sticker paper

DIY groom socks cold feet

Download this cute label {here} for free!

DIY groom socks cold feet

Print the label above {or design your own!} and cut it to about 3.5″ x 8.5″…

DIY groom socks cold feet

Once trimmed, peel the sticker backing, place on the socks and wrap evenly around the back!

DIY groom socks cold feet

Just darling!

DIY groom socks cold feet

If you will be using cardstock, the steps are very similar…

DIY groom socks cold feet

Apply glue dots {or other form of strong adhesive} in a row along the left side of the print, so that when you fold the side that reads ‘Love, Your Bride’ it will stick right on top of the adhesive.

DIY groom socks cold feet

Make sure that your fold is tight enough for the paper to stay on the socks, but not too tight that it is squeezing them. This is such a cute and easy gift for your groom…

DIY groom socks cold feet

As with all our DIY tutorials, if you create one of our projects please send us a picture or a trackback – We Love Seeing Your Creativity! If you use Instagram or Twitter please use the hashtag #SomethingTurquoiseDIY. Happy Crafting!

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Photography: Studio 11 Weddings // DIY tutorial by: Jen | Something Turquoise // cute mens socks: Mossimo at Target // matte sticker paper: Staples // Martha Stewart Paper Trimmer, Glue Dots, and blue card stock: Michaels // nail polish: Sally Hansen Salon Effects Polish Strips in Crowed Surfer

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