I love my new DIY boot shapers. Do you want to see what my boots looked like before I made the boot shapers?
Oh, sad little boots! I hate getting creases in my boots, so this just wouldn’t do. The boots shapers are easy to make and only cost $1 for 2 pair of boots. That’s really reasonable, don’t you think?
I started with 2 pool noodles. I don’t know why I didn’t buy 2 of them in the first place, because then I had to send hubby back for another one. He bought a different size, but both of them work great so it really doesn’t matter what size you use.
I made a mark every 13 inches on the noodle then used a utility knife to cut it. You can get 4 pieces out of one noodle, enough for 2 boots.
Just shove them down into the boots to keep them up and crease free, plus it looks so much better in my closet. I’ll be showing the whole closet very soon.
oh you’re a smart cookie. I have a bunch of fun noodles laying around. Pinning
What a great idea! I love this!
I love this idea!!! I need it for my boots actually!
What a smart idea! I always hate the way my boots look in my closet too and am glad that you shared this solution. I am going to have to give it a try for sure!
I have used my flip flops, sandals, and flat slippers to hold up my boots for years and years. They work perfectly, just insert them into the boots heel first, then twist and the wide part of the flip flop etc. will hold the boots in place perfectly. That way I also don’t have excess stuff in my closet when I am wearing the boots, just my flip flops that will go into the boots at the end of the day.
I also used pieces of a cardboard box that I either received in the mail from an online order or from an extra box I had. I just tore it into pieces and stuck down in the boots. This works for me and I just shove them down into my Ugg boots. Keeps them upright and from slouching down.