Who knew feminine hygiene products could be so crafty. For those who missed the tampon crafts post, please take a visit.
It appears I am not the only one who loved these. I received an email this week (thanks Paula) with yet another creative project idea.
The person who sent this out prefaced it with stating that Christmas was tight this year so she decided to make her gifts. Each person on her list will receive these hand made slippers. For us Jews, I suggest replacing the little ornaments with some dreidels.
Here goes (with a little commentary where I see fit):
How to Make Bedroom Slippers
You need 4 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.
These slippers are:
soft and hygienic (remember, these should be unused maxi pads)
have non-slip grip strips on the soles (glue strips for guys who don’t know)
built in deodorant keeps feet fresh (ew, I always hated scented)
no more bending over to mop up spills (nice feature)
disposable and biodegradable (the bio part might be a stretch)
environmentally safe (again, not sure about that).
Not bad, right? Don’t worry kids, mommy will not make you where maxi-pad slippers, as long as you make me a tampon menorah you are in the clear.
Wait, did one of you make me one of these in hebrew school years ago.
Note to self: talk to Rabbi about this.
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