Monday, February 22, 2010

Rubbernecking


I was immediately drawn to the bold colors and shape of these vases. Upon further inspection, I discovered that they're not ceramic, but rubber! It seems like such a great idea if you have kids running around or dogs with wayward tails. And you can fold the neck down to create a cute, little bowl shape. Brilliant.

19 comments:

  1. This is genious! I love the bright and bold color choices too!

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  2. I'm sure they're also quite good if you have cats that like to knock things down or munch on flowers and pull vases over. These are fantastic.

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  3. wait...WHAT!

    too cool, way too cool.

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  4. I'm the queen of clutzes & have broken unfortunately too many vases!! I love that they are rubber & soo fun colored!! I gotta look into these!

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  5. OR if you have a dog with a giant destructive tail that's always wagging and wiping things off tables! :)

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  6. Excellent w/kiddies around! Love these:)

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  7. wow what an awesome idea! I broke many vases when I was little so I know my parents would have loved one of these!

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  8. How cool, these definitely would last longer!

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  9. love these--and the bold colors.

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  10. Thanks for the comment!
    These vases are fabulous! I need to get my hands on them for not only myself but my girlfriends with little runs running around! Obsessed with the colors!

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  11. Just wanted to say that I really like your blog! Officially following, quite excited. :)

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  12. how cool are these!?!
    i don't think i fulling grasped the concept till i saw the punching picture haha!!

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  13. oh wow so cute! no more worrying about slipping and breaking the vase!

    xoxo,
    andyquirks.blogspot.com

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  14. wow these would be perfect for clumsy old me!

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  15. hahah darling, love that you can't really tell its rubber

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