Shoe Form Pencil/Post-It Note Holder

February 20th, 2009 in member junk     
SeaGlassLady SeaGlassLady, member
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I have a couple of these shoe forms, which were used for manufacturing chidren's shoes in New England shoe factories back in the 1950's.  These forms could also be used for holding thin candles, or for holding small picture frames.

Pattern or design used: My own design
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Comments (8)

Thrift_Witch writes: SeaGlassLady, that is the most adorable little item. Very thoughtful repurpose for it. Did you have to cut the slot down for propping the post-its or was it already like that. I have a wooden shoe form too but I don't think mine has that slot. Mine has been embellished with a sweetly painted posy of violets on the top of the shoe last. Posted: 12:42 pm on July 27th
fellowjunker writes: I love your idea with this shoe form!!!! Great job.
xojanis Posted: 9:44 pm on February 20th
CottageElements writes: Don't you just love old shoe forms! They just have such a wonderful look. Thanks for sharing your find!

Lani Posted: 9:10 pm on February 20th
piecesofthepast writes: Darn the luck!! You beat me to this! I just bought two of these types of shoe forms and have been dragging my feet on doing something with them. I had an idea to turn it into something to hold a picture, but this is very cute, too! Posted: 6:07 pm on February 20th
irishrovr writes:
This is very cute!

Eileen Posted: 5:20 pm on February 20th
suewhitney writes: The kiddie shoe forms are my favorite...just too darn cute. This is an ideal use for the form. Love to have one on my back hall table. Thanks for the idea!

Take care,
Sue Posted: 10:15 am on February 20th
grammie25 writes: I knew I should have bought those when I saw them. What a great idea. I always have trouble with recipe cards when cooking.
Karen Posted: 9:10 am on February 20th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: I thought that shoe form looked mighty small. How cute! Love the cool yet practical way it's being used. Very nice!
Candy Posted: 8:45 am on February 20th
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