Seriously. It's a problem. An addiction, really. I wear flip-flops pretty much all year round. I only go for the boots when it gets below 40. What can I say? My toes like to wiggle.
I have waaaaay too many flip-flops. At least that's what my husband says. I don't think there's really such a thing as too many flip flops. I even have flops with pictures of flops on them.
|Yes, it's that bad.|
But my favorites are the ones from Old Navy. So many colors!
|Is it bad that my anal retentive side wants to straighten all the flip-flops so the photo is more symmetrical and visually pleasing?|
And at 2 for $5 they are just too hard to resist! I have a veritable rainbow of flops in my closet. I especially love that Old Navy carries different shades of the same hue. I, for instance, have four (or five . . . ok, six)pairs of green flip-flops, each in a different shade. I also have a slight addiction to green objects. And orange. I have a lot of orange too.
So when I saw this tutorial at Alisa Burke's blog I had to try it! I had some scraps left over from all my Mother's Day projects that I thought would be perfect. And . . .
|I would show you a picture of the flops with feet in them, but I am in dire need of a pedicure.|
|A close-up, so you can see how pretty pretty pretty they are.|
I love them! I'm so pleased with the results. Now I want to do this to all my flops, but I'm trying to restrain myself.
You should try it. It's a very easy, very quick project that yields adorable results.