Saturday, November 20, 2010

MOMMY BLOGGERS! YOU COULD GET YOUR PERIOD THIS MONTH OR MAKE THIS COOL CRAFT.


Black Friday is in spitting distance. And yes, economists are predicting some decent deals. Though seriously, I’m not sure it’s going to get any better than these cute luxurious slippers (for the entire family) for just $3.99. Here's how...

Then grab these crafting supplies.
Glue
Glitter
Fun iconic shapes


Now follow these easy instructions (I found at HipHophater.com)


Step 1. Place a folded pad on top of an unfolded pad (use the included adhesive to keep them together).




Step 2. Now use the adhesive to stick the wings together.


Step 3. Attach an additional pad (for comfort) on the bottom.


Step 4. Add glue to the top folded wings.


Step 5. Decorate with glitter and fun shapes.



Step 6. Give slippers as gifts to friends, family, or sell on eBay. 

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33 comments:

  1. Why does it have to be either\or? Why can't they have their period AND make sandals? They could be like Rorschach Sandals! The person has to determine what they see in the blood design.

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  2. Safe to say you have way too much time on your hands, dude.

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  3. Do they come in kids sizes too?

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  4. This is clearly the next big thing.

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  5. The good thing about these is that the sweat from your feet will be sucked in by them :)

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  6. You can also slip it off your foot, should you unexpectedly need it for its original purpose. Thanks for blog of the week recognition. I appreciate it. You passed 500! Congrats! xo

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  7. your post today is amaizing! i like it!
    supportin & follouing!

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  8. And I just used mine to make sock puppets for the kids...

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  9. I like your blog, this place is full of so much random stuff!

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  10. crazy blog, tons of neat stuff here.

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  11. That is so genius it is scary! LOL who knew that pads could be so versatile... sterile pad for gaping wounds, periods and house shoes! lol

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  12. wow, I never would have thought of slippers, bandaids, but never slippers

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  13. Ha ha ha....I've actually seen these before. Still funny as hell!

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  14. ok... why does it seem like you've posted about this before? OR, maybe I just know multiple people who are as wacked out as you and would post this!!

    I'm totally making this for my daughter. She's all about the shoes and I'm really poor this year.

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  15. hahahahahaah, bro, from where did you get all these kind of thing, hahahaha. Flip flops made of hygienic towels, lol. NO OFFENCE, but you'a STUPID!!!! by funny. You should write joker for the weekend newspaper of your city, for real... well, nope, it's better to enjoy your posts here in blogger =)

    Great post, thanks, my friend.

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  16. This is perfect! I didn't know what to get my mother-in-law!
    Sooo funny! I love this!

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  17. That is JUST what I'd like slip my feet into on Christmas morning...
    genius!

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  18. LMAO...mother of God...wow...hahaa I couldn't picture wearing those, but maybe one of these days someone wearing them will be a featured photo on the "people of Wal-Mart" page...

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  19. and you can wash the floor with them too. Brilliant

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  20. LMFAO... i am so making those for christmas.

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  21. the Hindenburg said it all, and, as I suffer from knock-your-friends-out-cold-with-your-bare-feet-itis, I think I'll try a couple for...odoriferous reasons, as well as make a bunch for friends.
    However, I have size 14s.
    My brother (who really really REALLY needs a pair for X-Mas...d=^))....really) wears 13s.
    So, do those still come in small, medium, and stuck pig size?

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  22. Hilarious. Just hilarious. Making some for every girl I know.

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