Thursday, April 02, 2009

Recycled Crocs

I just had to share this idea with you from the French blog Boitabuille . I bought myself my first pair of Crocs about a year ago - much to the dismay of some of my family members. They think that this would be the best thing to with them .... and then right at the top of garden, in a thick bush, facing the wall!

12 comments:

Emilio said...

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MJ said...

I totally agree with your family members! hehehe...

Estelle said...

Oh that is just hilarious! It actually looks so pretty with the contrasting colours.
It's funny how people either Love or Don't Love crocs (-:

kat said...

Laughing out loud!

colleen said...

I have to agree with your family members! Apparently once you try them on you are SOLD, so I won't be trying them on, just in case!

Freshly Found said...

I have enjoyed all your 'croc' comments. I must admit that the crocs do give me a bit of a lump in my throat [that's always a sign to me that something is not quite right!]I wore them for a sailing holiday and that worked well. Otherwise they appear occasionally for gardening or cleaning activity!

Di Overton said...

I have to say they look a lot better on a tree than on people's feet. What a great idea.

Anairam said...

Looks like you had a great time in Cape Town! Hmmm, the crocs, I have considered them but decided against it since I am quite tall, with feet to match. And somehow I think they would look enormous on me. I did try on a pair once, and they were fantastically comfortable. As a vase - well, I go for that!

corine said...

Not a crocs hater per se... but I make sure never to be tempted to try on a pair for fear of falling in love with the comfort.

Lauren K said...

Yes, I agree with your family :o)

I'm not a fan of Crocs, except for functional reasons: gardening, washing cars, etc. But I really love this idea!

karina Manghi said...

Love the idea!!!!

Anonymous said...

I have already made one for my backyard.

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