September 08, 2019

Fun Holiday Socks

I don't know about you, but I think it's really fun to accessorize for each holiday. I personally own quite a few holiday themed earrings, a few cute holiday tops, and of course there are the holiday socks. I used to be really big into coordinating my nail art with the holiday too, but with three kids I haven't had the time to devote to this hobby lately, but I can still accessorize in other ways, like with socks! 

With Halloween being the next big holiday in our house I thought I would look up some halloween socks and these are what I found. They look just like candy corn, which is so yummy! Even if you don't enjoy candy corn to consume, they make great candles. Fill a clear votive with candy corn, add a tea light candle and you have an easy themed candle for any party or event. What's your favorite way to accessorize for the holiday?

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