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Get ready for a splash of creativity! Dive into the world of DIY costumes with our latest pool noodle creations! We present two fantastic costume ideas that are easy, affordable, and oh-so-fun to make together with your kids. Turn ordinary noodles into extraordinary costumes that’ll be the talk of the party.
Today we would like to share with you a DIY idea that will add a festive and personal touch to your home this Christmas.
This project is really easy and fun!
All you need is a COMFY® pool noodle, pine branches, binding wire, a hot glue gun and some Christmas baubles.
It’s also a great way to reuse materials you may already have and give them a new life and purpose.
You can add fairy lights, ribbons, pine cones or other decorations to make the wreath even more personal.
Have fun crafting!
“I Love Noodles – The Pool Noodles Hat Song”
The pool noodle campaign ensures the worldwide summer hit 2020!
Café owner Jacqueline Rothe, known for her worldwide pool noodle corona campaign, sings the song “I Love Noodles – The Pool Noodle Hat Song” with her band 7deLux. 200 million people worldwide achieved this action through many news channels worldwide and the photo went around the world.
The Germans have a sense of humor. As you can see in the band’s video, an idea becomes hype.
Social Distancing the COMFY® way
Difficult times require inventive solutions. So on the reopening day of the Café Rothe in Schwerin, COMFY Poolnoodle headgears were used as spacers instead of floor markings or Plexiglas screens. Thanks to the alignment of the noodles, these unusual hats playfully ensured that the minimum distance of 1.50 m between two customers was always maintained. This one-off action was a pleasant break from the otherwise sterile and rules-ridden daily routine.
Café Rothe on Facebook
COMFY NOODLE: il partner ideale per la vostra sicurezza in mare o nel lago!
> Per riposare in caso di crampi o affaticamento
> Per essere più visibili alle barche di passaggio
Pouf realizzati con tubi galleggianti (noodle), muri rivestiti con elementi tridimensionali a forma di ali: in occasione di un evento creativo esclusivo organizzato nel quadro della Fiera del Mobile di Milano, l’artista polacco Mac Stopa ha allestito uno straordinario ufficio stampa usando prodotti NMC.
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