Along with these 6 you will also need 3 more and an 8" concrete form
Measure from one end 5" and make a mark around the entire circumference of the cement form
Brush each cut side of the pool noodles with contact cement and the entire cement form. Allow to dry for 4 hours
Lay your first noodle along the line on the cement form. It won't stick immediately so you have time to make adjustments
Cut the noodle ends until it fits snuggly around the cement form
One end should have two rings and one end should have one ring
Place the end ring onto the wood pieces. This is your top and bottom
Apply caulk where each piece of noodle meets the next piece of noodle
and where the round piece of noodle meets the wood
Using a cloth, pat the texture spray so it is lying flat against the noodles.
Allow to dry
Spray entire column with primer. Allow to dry and then spray with "stone" spray paint
Who would guess this was made from pool noodles!
Boot season is coming, this hack will help a ton!
Put the noodle inside the boot and mark it a drop lower than the top of the boot
Cut fabric so it's 2.5 inches bigger than the noodle at the top and bottom and a few inches larger than the circumference
Roll the pool noodle up like a pack of Christmas crackers
Now they stand up tall and stay in good shape
This ornament wreath is not only super customizable, but super easy too!
Take 2 pool noodles and tape two ends together with duct tape
Cut to the size you want your wreath to be and tape the two ends of the noodles together to enclose the circle
Hot glue large ornaments to the outside of the noodle ring, being sure to give variety to the order
Hot glue ornaments to the inner edge of the circle in the same manner
Pile ornaments on the top of the noodle to cover up entirely. You can fill in small spaces with smaller ornaments
Take a small wired battery powered light strand and wrap it around the ornaments and through the greens