This is a cute idea for those outdated high heels you can't seem to part with.
I found these Witchy Heels at my local thrift store.
Planted with succulents, they make darling little planters.
Can you tell these are faux plants?
I bought them at my local craft store.
I was only able to enjoy them for one day, though.
They were gifts for my daughter's birthday.
She loves shoes!
These would be a fun centerpiece for a ladies' luncheon.
Or spray paint them black for Halloween!
HO-LEE Crow! What a cute idea. And, no, I could not tell they are fake...uh...faux! And I hope your daughter had a lovely birthday. Namaste, MaureenReplyDelete
Karen, these are just too cute. What a clever idea and I know your daughter is going to love them....I can think of so many places where these would be so cue and not have to water...that's a big plus...ReplyDelete
Oh get out!!!! Those are beyond cool!!! My jaw actually dropped when I opened your page!!! I can not get over how awesome they are...you win an award in my book! I will be pinning these! Have a great week garden friend!!!ReplyDelete
Thanks Nicole! *blush* I had so much fun making them! You are a sweet friend. xxDelete
Cute idea.i should do that with my old sneakers. I have real succulents. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Well if that isn't the cutest thing - what a clever idea. Until I read that they were fake I kept wondering how you were going to water them. I was relieved.ReplyDelete
Me again - your header keeps changing - one time it is autumn and the next it is the old one - both are beautiful, but it keeps confusing me.ReplyDelete
Sorry, trying to change my header but the size isn't right. :( xxReplyDelete
I love succulent and that my friend you've given me an idea. It's good to repurpose things and using shoes as a planter is very creative. Thank you dear Karen. Enjoy your week and the rest of autumn weather.ReplyDelete
Now THAT"S a neato idea :)ReplyDelete
Very cute idea, Karen! And I wouldn't have known the plants were fake - you shouldn't have told us:)ReplyDelete
It's certainly a very inventive creation!Succulents are great even faux and if you didn't tell us so, I haven't understood ...ReplyDelete
Have a lovely week end Karen!
That's so cute! And I love the idea of painting them black for Halloween!ReplyDelete
i did not guess they were fakes! wow!ReplyDelete
What a great idea... I thought those plants were real...WOW..Hugs May x x xReplyDelete
What a fun idea!!! I had no idea they were fake plants. 😃ReplyDelete
They are faux? Really?! Amazing idea with no need to worry about keeping them alive. Brilliant xxReplyDelete
How fun! I was about to ask how you handled the dirt and all until I saw that the plants are artificial! They look so real! What a cute way to use old heels :)ReplyDelete
What a cute idea! I never would have guessed they weren't real. I'll have to keep my eyes open for some like this.ReplyDelete
Oh what a cute idea, thanks for sharing all of your creativeness with us!!ReplyDelete
This is such a fun idea! And no, I did not know they were artificial succulents.ReplyDelete
This is such a great idea, Karen! Good looking plants like these look wonderful in projects...using the shoes are pure whimsy! Thanks so much for stopping by!ReplyDelete
Very clever, Karen! And so charming too. I bet your daughter loved this gift! Lucky girl!ReplyDelete
I think you could sell these too!
Oh you Karen are a very clever girl that looks fabulous. Hug BReplyDelete
Those are SO cute!!!ReplyDelete
Fun idea - indeed.. And about your blog header - LOVE IT!ReplyDelete
What a great idea for these very fancy shoes. I was glad to find out that the plants were not real. I just love these sedums, but never seem to have any luck with them doing what I want them to do. Faux seems like it might be a very good alternative. Cute shotsReplyDelete
I might steal this idea for my Jillian's upcoming birthday - she's a shoe fiend! <3ReplyDelete
Very good idea about old sneakers. They looks a green garden.ReplyDelete