Swim Noodle Boot Stuffers

winter lace up boots

swim noodle + tall boots = genius

This is Monday, and I said I would be back around mid-week. Monday is not mid-week, but some things are too important to wait to share. Like this quick Pinterest success story. An idea so simple, so ingenious, so must-do.

Swim noodles cut to size and used to stand tall boots at attention! 

Less than five minutes with a bread knife and two worn-out swim noodles resulted in four pairs of boots set upright and ready for winter weather. If only all things in life could be this easy and common sense. Reduce, reuse, recycle!

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Pinterest success!

This idea came from a Boutique Narelle pin. The author measured the swim noodles, cut with a saw, and vacuumed the edges of her boot stuffers, none of which I had to do because of two magic words: bread knife.

She’s skilled in the crafts of home and hearth. Proverbs 31:19a The Message

These Boots are Made for Walkin’ by Nancy Sinatra.

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7 Responses to Swim Noodle Boot Stuffers

  1. Yay for reused crafts! I would absolutely do the same if Fresno weather would require… heck, permit me to own boots.
    Your boots, on the other hand, are absolutely amazing and cute!

    • Aimee

      Lol! Boots are a must in the Midwest, Nusy. The pair in the photo are Khombu snow boots from TJ Maxx. A steal at $35… The bargainista strikes again!

  2. This recipe from Pinterest was amazingly good! http://tiffanycooks.wordpress.com/2012/09/25/chicken-with-mustard-cream-sauce/

    And I just put the app for pinterest on my Kindle Fire….I am hoping for a quiet trip to Hobby Lobby soon…all alone!

  3. That’s a GREAT idea!!! Thanks for sharing! I’ve been getting more and more into Pinterest – still navigating it! I am trying to increase the # of “departments” of “pins” on my page – but I like creative titles – recently started a “Halloween Boo!” board http://pinterest.com/momtinilounge/halloween-boo/

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