Hello lovelies! I was so thrilled to get so many fabulous DIY suggestions last week (post here), and both Megan of The Frugalista Diaries and Alicia from Fashion by Alicia suggested I do something to an old pair of shoes. Well I had just the shoes, and just the supplies! It fits in perfectly with the challenge Natasha from Required 2 Be Inspired and Kimberly from A Little Bit of This are hosting for the month of October: Old to New in October. As Natasha explains, "The idea behind Old to New in October is to take something old from your closet and refashion it to something new and fabulous!" Is that a killer idea and just right up my alley or what?! So let's get started on this easy and fabulous DIY!
- Old shoes that you are ready to part with
- Lace ribbon (this is vintage, I got it at the thrift store)
- Liquid Stitch
- Studs (these are from a contest I won from M&J Trimming)
Use the lace ribbon and wrap it around the shoe, folding/overlapping where needed (where the shoe curves) and cut the lace.
Finish the shoe, and then repeat the whole fabulous process for the other shoe. Let dry for 24 hours.