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DIY Chloé Susan Boots

Jessica of Nome é para fracos transformed an affordable pair of black boots into cropped, beaded Chloé-inspired footwear. View the full tutorial by clicking here. (To translate the language from Portuguese to English or Spanish, there’s a link on the right side of her blog.)

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diy susan boots


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— 2 years ago with 635 notes
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This simple idea brought to you by The Dainty Squid creates “shoe fringe” from a strip of vinyl. Make sure your shoes have flaps so that you can slide the fringe underneath and you’re all set! View the full tutorial here. 

This simple idea brought to you by The Dainty Squid creates “shoe fringe” from a strip of vinyl. Make sure your shoes have flaps so that you can slide the fringe underneath and you’re all set! View the full tutorial here

— 2 years ago with 314 notes
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DIY Scarf Flats

DIY scarf flats

Here’s a great idea from one of our followers, greengirlgret! Transform any pair of flats with a patterned scarf or some strips of fabric. You can approach this in so many ways; the possibilities are endless! 

"Covered up some dirty old flats with a cute, patterned scarf I had. Check out my tutorial!

— 2 years ago with 146 notes
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This video tutorial by craftzine shows you how to create your own doily wedges. This look is really unique and super easy to accomplish. 

— 2 years ago with 161 notes
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Heres my first DIY project inspired by all the tribal prints I’ve been seeing on tumblr and the world of fashion. First I got white canvas shoes from H&M for about $12 and many small tubes of neon fabric paint from my local craft store for probably around $8. With a pencil I sketched out on the shoes what type of pattern I wanted, then later on  just applied the paint in a funky tribal pattern. I referenced a couple pictures until I found what pattern inspired me most then just took a small brush and applied it.  Shoes like these will be sure to brighten up your day and put a pep in your step! Enjoy! :D
http://teaahnuh.tumblr.com/

Heres my first DIY project inspired by all the tribal prints I’ve been seeing on tumblr and the world of fashion. First I got white canvas shoes from H&M for about $12 and many small tubes of neon fabric paint from my local craft store for probably around $8. With a pencil I sketched out on the shoes what type of pattern I wanted, then later on  just applied the paint in a funky tribal pattern. I referenced a couple pictures until I found what pattern inspired me most then just took a small brush and applied it.  Shoes like these will be sure to brighten up your day and put a pep in your step! Enjoy! :D

http://teaahnuh.tumblr.com/

— 2 years ago with 1106 notes
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Two-Tone Glitter Shoes

This DIY project couldn’t be any faster or simpler! 15 minuter, glue, glitter and some old shoes is all you need.

I orginally found this two-toned shoe tutorial on loveaesthetics, and here you have my version of it!

Use tape to help make a clean line. Take some glue and a brush and part by part spread an even (not too thick) layer of glue, and pour glitter on top, let it dry. After the glitter has dried properly, remove the tape in the back &front. I decided to not make the heel glittered,

Use your immagination freely to make stripes or maybe just glitter the tip of the front!

Tadaa! You´re done! More DIY and fashion on my blog http://littleblacksalmiak.blogspot.com

— 3 years ago with 192 notes
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Check out these custom flats from sarahcharlina! View the full tutorial on this DIY here, and be sure to check out her blog because it’s awesome! :)

Check out these custom flats from sarahcharlina! View the full tutorial on this DIY here, and be sure to check out her blog because it’s awesome! :)

— 3 years ago with 132 notes
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Here’s another glittery shoe makeover from Syl and Sam. This tutorial (found here) is almost the same as the one we posted from Pixie in Pumps a month ago, but we thought the outcome of this project was too cute to ignore, and it proves that the shoes you revamp don’t necessarily have to be heels. You can remake an assortment of different types of shoes by adding glitter, and you will be sure to have awesome results!

Here’s another glittery shoe makeover from Syl and Sam. This tutorial (found here) is almost the same as the one we posted from Pixie in Pumps a month ago, but we thought the outcome of this project was too cute to ignore, and it proves that the shoes you revamp don’t necessarily have to be heels. You can remake an assortment of different types of shoes by adding glitter, and you will be sure to have awesome results!

— 3 years ago with 163 notes
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