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Totally easy to make and fun too!
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nette10

I solved your flip flop puzzle too! :o)

brightspark

Hi sisters xxx did any of you see my flip flop puzzle??? Hugs

PuzzleG

Joy, this sign is just so cute! I had an idea, maybe you could clue the cardboard backing to a board or a piece of wood, to make it sturdier. Would be sad if this fell apart after just one season's use, when it might last at least a couple more years. Just an idea...xxxx

joyfulnoise4

Big hugs to you! Someday we WILL hug in person! Can't wait for that day! Doing some of Brighty's puzzles!

joyfulnoise4

I'm so thankful God had other plans! You have blessed my heart so much! The foam board sounds like a good idea. Flip flops I used are children size small...Walmart for 98 cents.

joyfulnoise4

I totally understand! I have been totally non motivated lately myself. My daughter painted the letters for welcome and then I felt guilty with them all ready to go and just taking up space on my counter! Once I started... and burned myself with the hot glue... the project went so fast. Maybe half an hour!

joyfulnoise4

OandA...email me your address and I'll make you one! If I do another one the one thing I would do different is I would use a thicker piece of cardboard to back the flip flops! Mine is rather thin and really needs the door to support it! I figure if it can withstand everyone slamming the door I did ok!!

petslave

I would need another way to glue or anchor the flips flops. I use hot glue for crafts I keep indoors where it's cooler. I live in south Florida and my front door faces the hot setting sun, basically hot pretty much year round and hot glue melts quickly even in low heat. I have other glue I could use but I will more secure using tacks or small screws. I have an idea to use 10 pairs of child flip flops, I have the stuff just not in the mood to work on that project just yet. I'm still hunting ideas I can incorporate but NOT copy. Thanks for posting. ~ Ada

gardening205

very creative--nice and bright --a very good job Joy--thanks for sharing--Erikaxxx

joyfulnoise4

There are tons of cute flip flop decorations if you google it! This one looked the easiest! And yes... you will have one leftover flip flop! Unless you make two!!!

joyfulnoise4

The letters are wood, the flowers and turtle are also wood... but pre-painted. The flip flops are a child's small.....98 cents a pair at Walmart. You need a good, stiff piece of cardboard to hot glue it all to. Then I just ran the wire through the cardboard to hang it from. Make sense?

joyfulnoise4

Hi my sweet OandA!! I would gladly make you one! Super easy and not expensive. Under ten dollars! I got a steal on the wooden decorations.... only .29 cents each! Joy's joy painted the wooden letters for me so I have to give credit to her!

brightspark

so awesome and colourful and welcoming dear Joy xxx lol and many flip floppy hugs to you all ♥♥

joyfulnoise4

Glad everyone is liking this one! Bonnie...tried to talk my daughter into a flip flop bedspread but no luck!

irisriver

Beautiful and all you dear friend!!! Grins and smiles!☺♥☺

nette10

How sweetly clever! :o)

Very cute, I have a flip flop quilt I made and really enjoying putting that on my quilt rack this time of year, thanks for sharing. Bonnie

joyfulnoise4

Glad you liked it!

I like that, so very neat..

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