Embellished shoes you can change up!

Enter the CURRENT GIVEAWAY before it ends on June 2nd!

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I am so excited about my new shoes! I made a pretty lame-o tutorial for you. Let’s just say you will have to use a little of your IMAGINATION! (if you have seen that episode of Spongebob, you can see my hands flying in the air like a rainbow when I say that)

Anyways! I found these lovely white flats at Wally World for a whopping $3! They were perfect because they are in a neutral color and can match just about anything.

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The first thing you’ll do, is snip those interesting bows off. They are looking better already!

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Use a hot glue gun to glue a strip of Velcro to the toe of the shoes.

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Make embellishments to put on the toes of your shoes and put the opposite side of the Velcro on the back of the embellishments.

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I made these by cutting strips of fabric and sewing a stitch through the center. Then I pulled the string to make them ruffle. I glued a piece of ribbon over the stitching to make the ruffles lay flat. I used plastic rhinestones and glued them on creating a design. The most time consuming part was putting all of the rhinestones on, but it wasn’t too big of a pain. I really like how they look on the shoes!

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The other embellishment I have for my new shoes came off of a pair of shoes that were too big for me.

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I have plans to make more embellishments for my shoes including some rolled roses and tulle! I will post some pictures as I make them. Go find some cheap shoes and make them pretty!

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