Wednesday, December 9, 2009

The Sock Easy, sew easy that anyone can use it!



Sharing with everyone my Happy Holiday Smile ...

See how this fun guy approaches the explanation of how to use the Sock Easy. And if you want to see other uses for the Sock Easy check out the how to videos on the cookiescreations.com website!

Let him know he did a good job right here!

27 comments:

Maddie said...

Oh... I want to see.. but it says that it's a private video when I click on it :-( and then it blanks out.. if you want a screen shot let me know.

Maddie

Cookie said...

It should be all fixed :)

Pat said...

Ron, at 6:30am I have a big smile on my face after watching the "Cookie Man" demo the sock easy. Great job! Maybe Cookie will hire you for other videos. gggg
Pat

Donna said...

Hi Ron,

Does the name Ron Popeil strike a familiar cord? Perhaps Mr. Cookie has a future in this medium! Great job..... I see many more opportunities for Mr. Cookie to shine!

Donna

Betsy said...

Ron, you're a natural! I'll take a dozen!

Betsy

Anonymous said...

So easy, even Mr. Cookie can do it! Unbelieveable. I'll take 12.

Love, Debra

Anonymous said...

Just watched Ron's sock easy video... it was very good... now if you could
just teach him to turn on the machine...lol...

Jan

Anonymous said...

You were a rock star.

Anonymous said...

wow, that was better than a qvc ad... and much more believable.

Anonymous said...

that's awesome. i love the pin tracing trick.

JohnPaul said...

everyone in our group therapy class loves this video.

Anonymous said...

Awesome commercial. Great demo and explanation. Now I want a sock easy! Looks super easy!

Jackie

QuirkyKim said...

OH, Ron, Ron, Ron! You did a fab job of showing us how easy it is to use Cookie's Sock Easy! How you kept a straight face while wearing your jolly hat is beyond me. You didn't even stutter or mess up! I'm proud to know you, and Cookie, I want to purchase your Sock Easy! Still Giggling over Ron's "demo", QuirkyKim

Anonymous said...

Patricia said...
Ron, you were very convincing. I need to go right out and get some socks to embroider after that demo. My creativity has been sparked.
Cookie, you better watch out, next thing you know it will be Mr. Cookie running the Elisimo.

Anonymous said...

This video was so helpful. The sock Easy looks great and it is fascinating!
Hamid

Carolynn said...

YAY Ron (aka Mr. Cookie)! Great job showing us how the Sock Easy works, and the Santa Hat ROCKS! Thanks for the smiles and giggles ... Carolynn (Zippy)

Richard said...

Ron, you are truly an inspiration to all aspiring TV on-air talents. I picked up several points that I can now use in my own TV work. You made everything about the "Sock-Easy" seem easy. Good work, buddy.

Anonymous said...

Great job on the Sock Easy video, Ron! I guesss if you can do I am ready to buy one!!
Sandy

Anonymous said...

Great job Ron! I just might have to dig my sock easy out and get busy! Merry Christmas.

Elaine from South MS

KBG-2 said...

I am now a Mr. Cookie groupie! :-)

-B

Anonymous said...

Mr Cookie Jr. believes that Mr. Cookie just got his Man card revoked :)

Debra said...

I love that Mr. Cookie Junior weighed in on this. Mr. Debra feels the same way.

Ms. Debra

Sandy said...

I love it...now I'd like to see Part #2 where he shows embroidering the design; as well as doing a pair of little kids socks. I make a lot of diaper cakes and would love to add these to the cakes. I need to go find my Sock Easy and USE it. Great job!!!

Patjano said...

Oh my, Ron makes it look even easier than you do Cookie!!! Go Ron!!

Maddie said...

Ok, now I am feeling some real pressure to get "Mr. Maddie" to make a video...but I fear he is much better behind the camera and his talent for embroidery extends to paying for new machines for me so I fear we shall not see Mr. Cookie being given a run for his money anytime soon :-)

Hugs,
Maddie

Sue said...

Wonderful idea and looks like even a newbe like me could do this But where is the feedback from someone that has actually used it.

Cookie said...

Hi Sue, I hear what you are saying about feedback. I am just not that technically savvy. Most of the original SE units have been sold through yahoo mailing list by us, and as you know good and bad news travels fast in that arena. We have been selling the sock easy for about 8 years and have sold thousands. Where do you think would be an ideal location for feedback? We get positive emails all the time.Your "feedback" here is timely as the site is being overhauled off line and perhaps that is something worth considering.