What a cute idea!!! Hint: place a small square of floral foam at the bottom and "water" with 2 ice cubes every other day, then you won't have to worry about overflow! Project estimate: ■Flip flops, $1 ■Coffee mugs, on hand or $2 ■Floral foam, $1 Total: $2 and up Gardens Ideas, Dollar Stores, Flowers Pots, Cute Ideas, Flip Flops, Plants Holders, Beaches Houses, Flip Flop, Wall Planters
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This is a GREAT idea for those of us with a million pairs of flip flops! I'm thinking it will work for my shoes as well...I'm also thinking that you can make two rows, one for winter shoes & one for summer shoes...you may just need the extra heavy wire hangers?
If you have a seasoned friendship-bracelet-maker, take it to the next level with these DIY flip-flops.
Reuse, Reuse - Retired garden gear makes a great addition to the garden. For an easy-to-plant whimsical landscaping design idea, roll an old wheelbarrow into a corner or curve in the garden, and plant it with a pretty collection of same-color flowers. The portable nature of the planter makes it possible to move to make the wheelbarrow even more of a focal point for special occasions, such as a garden party.