7 DIY rain boot ideas
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Reuse old boots for a creative display when entering the garden.
Attach boots to gates, doors and poles, or just simply add them to the landscape. Give the arrangement your own touch by adding plastic bugs or other weather proof materials, as shown in the picture.
If you don't want to use the boots as a real planter, you can also fill the old footwear with rocks or sand and insert fake flowers or other garden artwork.Date Published: June 25, 2015Date Updated: June 25, 2015
Incorporate a pair of small pink or blue boots as a centerpiece at a baby shower. One of each color if the gender reveal is intended to be a surprise!
You can add real or crafted flowers, and tie a ribbon around the pair so they stay as one unit.
For other events or holidays, use small boots as table decoration and fill with materials appropriate for the occasion.
For example, you can use fake grass and eggs for an Easter gathering or small American flags for the Fourth of July.Date Published: June 25, 2015Date Updated: June 25, 2015
Colorful boots can be turned into planters and displayed on the porch to welcome visitors.Date Published: June 25, 2015Date Updated: June 25, 2015
Hang a boot with flowers as your welcome door decoration.Date Published: June 25, 2015Date Updated: June 25, 2015
If you plan on gifting rain boots, add some large-blooming flowers, like hydrangeas, and bring it all together with ribbon or twine for a pretty gift presentation.
No wrapping paper needed!
Instead of flowers, you can make a neat gift display with the rain boots using tissue paper and the presents you plan to give, such as gardening supplies.Date Published: June 25, 2015Date Updated: June 25, 2015
Add a smaller rain boot with flowers to a wall shelf, table or stand in the home.
In this picture, the polka dot rain boot, used as decoration, matches the polka dotted rain boots the girl is wearing in the photo.Date Published: June 25, 2015Date Updated: June 25, 2015
Decorate quickly and simply during the holidays.
These red beauties support the classic poinsettia during Christmastime.Date Published: June 25, 2015Date Updated: June 25, 2015
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