My feet are really happy right now because they got a special gift in the mail the other day and I can’t wait to tell you all about it!

The other day I went and picked up my mail and there was a shiny blue package stuck in between bills, catalogs and miscellaneous junk mail.  The shiny metallic blue packaging caught my eye, so I put it in the stack front and forward and as soon as I got home from the post office, I ripped open the package.

Inside the package was the cutest pair of festive socks ever.  They were red,green and white  argyle knee highs with spots for each piggy.  I slipped them on and first noticed how adorable they were and then noticed how extremely soft they were.  They are 53% Cotton, 45% Nylon, 2% Spandex.  Soft and stretchy!

So, next I went to their website to explore all of the socks and they have something for every occasion!  Christmas socks, Hanukkah socks, Thanksgiving socks, Easter socks, Valentine socks, ect.  You name it, they’ve got it!  And, the socks are available in newborn to men’s size 13.

When you order, you choose a pair of socks, add a personalized greeting and pay.  They do the rest!  Also, best of all, shipping is FREE!!!

Prize

One lucky winner will get to choose their favorite pair of socks!

Entry Requirements

To enter for a chance to win, you are required to do one thing and leave a comment.

  1. Go to Sock Grams and come back telling me which pair is your favorite.

For extra entries (leave a separate comment for each task):

  1. Become a Facebook fan of Sock Grams (here)
  2. Follow Sock Grams on Twitter (here)
  3. Subscribe to Giftfully Simple via email or RSS.  Current subscribers count.


No purchase necessary to enter. Contest ends November 19, 2009 @ 11:59:59 EST.  Winner will be selected randomly through https://random.org. Winner will be emailed and will need to respond within 24 hours or a new winner will be chosen.  Giftfully Simple writers and contributors are ineligible to participate.  Entries that do not follow all of the entry requirements will not be considered.  Open to participants in the US and Canada 18 years and older. One entry per person.

Disclosure: The Sock Gram was provided for review.  The opinions expressed in this post are mine and mine alone and are not influenced in any way by anyone.


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Courtney is the traveling mom! She has 3 girls and is the founder of Detroit Mommies and currently lives in Florida. You can follow her on Twitter @courtneyRVL.
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trixx
trixx
11 years ago

I’m a subscriber

trixx
trixx
11 years ago

I love the colorful Rainbow Toe Socks, how fun!

Lisa
Lisa
11 years ago

I’m a subscriber

Lisa
Lisa
11 years ago

I like the cute Sushi socks!

Laura DeLuca
11 years ago

email subscriber

Laura DeLuca
11 years ago

follow sock grams on twitter (GabbyLowe)

Laura DeLuca
11 years ago

fan of sock grams on FB

Laura DeLuca
11 years ago

I like the Children’s Bright Fish Socks

etirv
etirv
11 years ago

My daughter would love the jazz socks!

Michelle C
11 years ago

following them on twitter as @skinjunkie

Michelle C
11 years ago

became a facebook fan of Sock Grams

Michelle C
11 years ago

Already a subscriber to Giftfullysimple,

Michelle C
11 years ago

MUST HAVE the “Harlequin Toe Socks”! Wish they came in thigh highs! Rrrrrraaaaarrrrr!

Angela Bailey
Angela Bailey
11 years ago

I subscribe via email.

Angela Bailey
Angela Bailey
11 years ago

I love the Hightop Black Sneaker Socks.

Patti Hess
Patti Hess
11 years ago

I am a subscriber

Thank you

pattifritz2000 at yahoo dot com

Patti Hess
Patti Hess
11 years ago

this is hard … I like the Pink Ribbon Ankle socks

Thank you

pattifritz2000 at yahoo dot com

Made By Melissa
11 years ago

I already subscribe via email.

Made By Melissa
11 years ago

Twitter follower #1827 :=D

Made By Melissa
11 years ago

Facebook fan #56! 😀

Made By Melissa
11 years ago

I love the Bright Argyle Trouser Socks, I saw a super cute pair on the main page, but I couldn’t find them when I was looking through the women’s socks.