Christmas Socks Exchange

Kim Biegacki


We had a Christmas sock exchange last year at our Sweet & Treats Exchange. The ladies all enjoyed it & some couldn't stop laughing & dropping their socks as we passed them back and forth playing the Right Family Christmas game. I do think it was because they had too much Eggnog! hahaaaa

Check it out and see if you would like to add this to your festivities this year. It sure is a lot of fun and we are doing it again this year too.


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group of however many participate
5 Min
No-Cook or Other


How to Make Christmas Socks Exchange


  1. Find a great pair of Christmas socks such as these. I wish I could find some fun socks that look like this. I think I would wear them all winter. lol

    Next, pick up goodies to put in socks such as nail polish, lip gloss, gum, inexpensive stocking stuffers, homemade goodies and etc. This year I will take a pic of what I stuff mine with and post it. I forgot to take a photo last year.
  2. Here we are last year playing the A Right Family Christmas Game. Just click on this link and it will take you to the page. The women were laughing because a couple of them kept dropping their socks as we passed them back & forth. It may have been that they had too much eggnog to drink, I'm not sure. LOL --- Here is the recipe for nog and it's a doozy. Martha's Classic Eggnog
  3. Don't forget to take a pic of all the ladies with their socks on. THat'll be fun as well especially depending on the size of your group. The ladies loved this so much that we are doing it again this year at our Sweets & Treats Exchange. THis link will take you to that page as well and how to set up for the exchange.

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About Christmas Socks Exchange

Main Ingredient: Non-Edible or Other
Regional Style: American
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids

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