Last year, we used a towel to keep the drafts at bay in my daughter's room, I think this year I can do better than that.
I thought about buying something, but then realized I could probably make something more custom to her room and for a lot less! The main problem, I don't sew - so where to start?
Over the knee socks, I found mine at Target
I started by stuffing the socks. I used the batting for the foot and combination of poly pellets (at the base) and batting for the main body of the sock.
Once it was sufficiently filled, I used fusing tape to close up the end of the sock.
I created a simple pattern for eyes and a mouth on graph paper and then cut them out of felt. I hot glued some brightly colored buttons for eyes. And then attached these with more hot glue to the newly stuffed socks.
Voila! Stuffed sock critter draft stoppers - that's a mouth full!
My daughter took one look at them and said, kinda scary Mommy - not exactly the reaction I was going for, but that's ok. At least the drafts are being kept at bay!