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    you can't help but admire little wooden clogs for their ability to not only be 'perfectly lovely' looking but also hold a multitude of things whilst looking 'perfectly lovely'... this little pair were laying neglected upon the shelves of EBay, they came home to the shed for a mere 99c and are now happily doing what they do best, i think one can't ask much more than that for a pair of 99c little clogs...
    this is for my buddy emma as i think they match her pretty shirt very nicely :)

    1. sara*b 51 months ago | reply

      These are lovely, have you painted them?

    2. dottie angel 51 months ago | reply

      sara*b, yes indeedy :)

    3. sara*b 51 months ago | reply

      I'm so jealous of your bargain! I have clog envy.

    4. Green Wellies 51 months ago | reply

      What a brilliant idea! I've stopped buying magazines (except for British Country Living, which arrives in the shops a month later here in Canada)...I see so many more wonderful things on flickr than in many of the magazines.

    5. emma lamb : living in colour 51 months ago | reply

      perfectly lovely wee mustard clogs... i can't wait til you have a whole wall full of them, with each pair holding some fabulous vintage treasure!

    6. IvaYaneva 51 months ago | reply

      aw, this is so cute! I love the yellow color :) lovely composition too!

    7. Three Red Apples 51 months ago | reply

      lovely! your collection is growing nicely :)
      Saw these and though of you...

    8. Castanet 51 months ago | reply

      please consider adding to Inspiration Boards! :)

    9. BeingTricontinental 51 months ago | reply

      Beautiful and useful...perfect combo!

    10. lokis_mistress 45 months ago | reply

      This would also be an adorable way to hold business cards me thinks :)

    11. Anne-Miek Bibbe 40 months ago | reply

      ~ D~E~L~I~G~H~T~F~U~L ~ & ~ V~E~R~Y ~ B~E~A~U~T~I~F~U~L!

    12. Michele Lea 35 months ago | reply

      I love this idea! I may have to get some of my very own.

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