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donnajsd
07-02-2008, 10:32
do any of you know of a way to attach Jibbitz to clothes? like your shirt or jeans? (jibbitz are those little charms the everyone's attaching to their Croc's)

Grizbear98
07-02-2008, 10:54
perhaps superglue or some kind of fabric glue. You could stick them in a button hole if it was large enough. Puffy paint is normally good at attaching things, but I'm not sure how well it would hold with something that heavy

donnajsd
07-02-2008, 11:29
yes, it might work on a buttonhole. i was thinking of a temporary way of putting them on......so glue would be out. i wonder if there's some sort of clip or something you could use to attach them to the edge of a pocket or to the edge of your hem. or i could just break down and get some crocs......lol

Foo2
07-02-2008, 11:48
They do have the Jibbitz that go on your cell phone too. They have some sort of cording that I'm sure you can use to attach to your clothes. Just a thought.

cowgirldiver
07-02-2008, 12:49
I had never heard of the jibbitz. Then I looked at the sight and look what I saw.
DSC_5338 on Flickr - Photo Sharing! (http://www.flickr.com/photos/jibbitz/178755414/in/photostream/)

and here is a picture of one of the cell phone ones-it has a little metal loop that you could hook on

DSC_5690 on Flickr - Photo Sharing! (http://www.flickr.com/photos/jibbitz/178755415/in/photostream/)

donnajsd
07-02-2008, 13:31
yes, i saw the dive ones, that's why i'm trying to figure out how to wear them on jeans! maybe you can get them on a charm thingy and clip to jeans somehow?

Grizbear98
07-02-2008, 14:25
hm you could also take a small piece of Velcro, the sticky ended kind that's not perminent, and put a small piece on the back of the jibbit and then one on your clothes. That way you could remove the jibbitz and then simply peel the velcro pad off your clothes when finished

Foo2
07-02-2008, 15:25
You could also try to contact Debraw (http://forum.scubatoys.com/members/debraw.html). She sells them.

violakat03
07-02-2008, 15:43
I had never heard of the jibbitz. Then I looked at the sight and look what I saw.
DSC_5338 on Flickr - Photo Sharing! (http://www.flickr.com/photos/jibbitz/178755414/in/photostream/)


Those are toooo cute! Now where do I find them for sale?!

I'm getting those stupid little circle tan lines on my feet .. maybe if I fill in the holes, I won't get them?

Grizbear98
07-02-2008, 15:52
foot sandel/flipflop/crock tan lines are the WORST

DiverMom
07-02-2008, 15:52
Those are too cool! You could cut off the jibbitz stem and sand it flat, the superglue an earring post to the back. Or craft stores may sell the same pins they use for hat pins which would work better. They may even sell pin backs where there won't be anything sticking you.

WetHog
07-02-2008, 16:17
I would say cut off the stem and hot glue or super glue a latching pin to the back. They come about 12 to a little baggie in variious sizes from half and inch to 1 1/2 inches. They have a metal bar on one side and a pin with a clasp on the other side. I guess they are like fat safety pins. You can get them at any craft store. You could also do the same with a bobby pin if you wanted to put them in your hair.



Whoaaa what am I doing here??? This is NOT the Men's forum!! Quick somebody hand me a beer and let me kill something:smiley36:

Foo2
07-02-2008, 17:15
Whoaaa what am I doing here??? This is NOT the Men's forum!! Quick somebody hand me a beer and let me kill something:smiley36:

Dude, watch what water you tread in. We have stripped man cards before. We'd hate to have to do it again.:smiley2:

Martin2
07-02-2008, 18:14
Whoaaa what am I doing here??? This is NOT the Men's forum!! Quick somebody hand me a beer and let me kill something:smiley36:

Dude, watch what water you tread in. We have stripped man cards before. We'd hate to have to do it again.:smiley2:

:smilie39::smilie39::smilie39:

And not bad suggestions, either. Very disturbing...

donnajsd
07-02-2008, 18:39
those are good ideas.........earring post or the locking pin thing. thanks!

Jenn
08-04-2008, 19:54
How about trying magnets. You can find some small magnets that you can superglue a magnet to the jibbetz and then use the other magnet on the inside of the clothing to attach it to the clothing.