Have you outgrown your old socks? If they are still in good condition, give them to friends or siblings. If not, you can give them a second life with one of these methods.
Stretch your old sock around a large cardboard oval that you have cut out. Closing the sock with a rubber band after stuffing it with fabric scraps or cotton balls. For the fish's tail, be sure to leave some excess fabric on the ends. Attach the eyeballs with glue using buttons or other tiny, round objects.
Keep the upper tube-shaped portion of the sock intact and cut off the bottom portion.Next, wrap it around a tiny clay or plastic flowerpot. If you need assistance attaching it with hot glue, ask your parents.
Fill your old sock with grains of rice and tie the end shut. Make sure there aren’t any holes. Put it in the microwave for a few seconds, and then use it to soothe sore muscles after playing outside.
Do you need somewhere to store your phone, loose change, marbles, or other small objects?
Cut off the bottom part of your sock, keeping the tube-shaped top section intact. Then, sew or glue one end shut. Depending on what you have on hand, you can close your pouch with elastic, Velcro, or a pretty ribbon.