Monday, December 1, 2008

Handmade gifts for everyone this year!

My dear friends,

Somewhat embarrassing to admit, but Christmas is tight this year.
I will be making bedroom slippers for you all as gifts. Please let me know your sizes. You'll most likely agree that it's a splendid idea, and should you wish to do the same, I've included the instructions below.

How to make bedroom slippers out of maxi pads:

You need four maxi pads to make a pair.
Two of them get laid out flat, for the foot part.
The other two wrap around the toe area to form the top.
Tape or glue each side of the top pieces to the bottom of the foot part.

Decorate the tops with whatever you desire, silk flowers (this is most
aesthetically appealing), etc.

These slippers are:
* Soft and Hygienic
* Non-slip grip strips on the soles
* Built in deodorant feature keeps feet smelling fresh
* No more bending over to mop up spills
* Disposable and biodegradable
* Environmentally safe
* Three convenient sizes: (1.) Regular, (2.) Light and (3.) Get out the Sand Bags.

I've attached a photo of the first pair I made so that you can see the
nifty slippers for yourself....

Awaiting your response. It's crucial that I get the right size for each
one of you.

6 comments:

Linda said...

I'm a size 9. :)

Tari said...

Kandi, I laughed my head off reading this! Soooo funny. Do you mind if I post it on my blog? I would be happy to give you all the credit(wouldn't want people thinking I was that creative!! )
Thanks for the laugh! Oh and I'm a size 9 too! :)

Kandi said...

Tari, you don't have to give me credit. This has been circulating around the internet and I just thought it was too funny!
Blog on!!

Jos said...

uh... scary!

However, your blog design is AMAZING!!! I love it!!

Kandi said...

What Jos? You don't think those will sell well this Fri/Sat at the Holiday Marketplace? I guess I'd better return the cases back to Costco. :o)

Anonymous said...

My dear Kandi I am a very large size and after you have seen my house do you think one pair will do me. Your Uncle Gil