DIY Sandals

May 20, 2015

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Wearing sandals in the summertime is nothing groundbreaking, but that doesn't mean you can't shake things up a bit. What better way to stand out in a sea of sandals than DIY your own pair? It's not rocket science, all you need are some crafty items, a pair of scissors, glue, 10-15 minutes, and of course sandals. Shall we begin?
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1. Grab a plain pair of sandals from the back of your closet that you want to jazz up or do what I did and get these black and white ones from F21. I love how simple they are and the wider strap makes it easier to work with.
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2. Gather your tools and embellishments. It really depends on what you want to do with your sandals... jewels, beads, studs, etc. The possibility is endless! For my DIY, I decided to use flat-back pearls and striped ribbon (both purchased from Michaels).
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3. I started with the black pair and simply glued each pieces of pearls carefully onto the strap. Easy as that!
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4. The white pair was a bit trickier since I had to measure and cut the exact amount of ribbon that is going to cover the entire strap. Once the ribbon is ready, I applied glue onto the back and carefully placed onto the strap.
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Voila! Just like that and I've got my new sandals that no one else has!

Faux leather crisscross sandals (in black and white) c/o F21.
*All product images styled, photographed and edited by me

1 comment

  1. These DIY projects are definitely easy to pick up! Thanks for sharing and the sandals look so chic with the embellishments!

    Prudence
    www.prudencepetitestyle.com

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