Funny what sticks out at you sometimes, eh?
Take dead branches for instance. Trimmed just so, you get these nifty little boots…
Which, when painted up…
Drilled, decorated and hung…
Make some fairly fab festive footwear!
Seen anything interesting in your fallen leaves or dead wood lately? If so, I’d love to hear about it!
Have yourself a great day now. I’ll be back on Wednesday. Happy Canadian Thanksgiving to all!
These are fabulous and would make nice Christmas Stocking tree decorations!
this is too clever….
Little Treasures says
I am still gapping in disbelief of the masterful mind behind these stunning ornaments!!
CREATIVE MIND says
hey Boss!! its super cool creation 🙂
i love your recyclage! i will try with my childs.
This is super cute!
These are adorable!!!
Great idea, Michele! I'll try to make a pair of sweet tiny boots, too! You could see in my last post how we used autumn leaves in our theatre group's workshop!:)
Kris Peters says
These are super. I am going to start searching for sticks this very afternoon. Inspiration!
Michelle L. says
What? What? WHATWHATWHAT? You are a GENIUS!
Gwen @ Gwenny Penny says
These are so flipping adorable, Michele. Amazing! I wish I could be a fly on the wall in your house one day and just watch your mind work 🙂
Absolutely brilliant, you could make a stocking too!! I love how your mind works, I am sure I have said that before, but I mean it! Wasn't teh weather amazing this Thanksgiving??
WOW! It's simple but a huge effect 🙂
Dresden Quilter says
Happy Thanksgiving to you! Love those boots.
Debra I. says
perfect for tiny Texans! I love it.
You are too much. Where do you come up with these things woman?
My goodness these are so sweet/ Your creativity amazes me:-)
This is genius! 🙂
Juliet A says
These are super cute, and make me want to go out and look at the sticks in my yard for ones I can use!
i truly adore your creations! especially these. and especially with the sustainability and simplicity of materials used. thanks for sharing! *new follower* 🙂
Great, I saw it on pinterest. Thanks for sharing.