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: Pretty Faux Fur DIY Boot Shapers from Water Bottles Fashion + DIY + Lifestyle : Pretty Faux Fur DIY Boot Shapers from Water Bottles Fashion + DIY + Lifestyle Let me first start by saying that this may be one of my all-time favorite DIYs EVER… and I think my best DIYs come from pure necessity and/or a real desire to have something fabulous that I can’t find elsewhere. For instance, I can NEVER find really great boot shapers… thus, some of my boots are lying flat in their original boxes & others are standing with their original paper boards & tissue paper that came with them {very unchic!}. Really, when it comes down to it, I don’t want to spend money on boot shapers but I also don’t want to look in my closet and see a bunch of wine bottles or plastic bottles sticking out of my shoes.
Skunkboy Blog: Plain Jane Canvas Shoes Restyle Skunkboy Blog: Plain Jane Canvas Shoes Restyle Hi, Skunkboy friends! I'm Jodie, crafter and stitcher of Lova Revolutionary and author of Happy Stitch. Summer time is just my favorite and I love a simple pair of canvas shoes to slip on for some quick outings to the park, to take to the beach, and to play with the pooch in! I picked up a pair recently but decided they needed a little something-something to make them extra cute. I thought I'd share this little restyle DIY with you, so you can stitch up a cute pair or perk up a pair you have already! Supplies: canvas shoes, several colors of embroidery floss, thick hand sewing needle, needle gripper (optional), pencil
Hello lovelies Have you been enjoying your weekend? Have you made anything? I've been making lots of things. Lots of things which are not for sale. It makes me happy to have time to make things for myself and my loved ones. canvas shoe makeover tutorial canvas shoe makeover tutorial
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DIY Miu Miu Sneakers

DIY Miu Miu Sneakers Do you remember the last time you Sharpie-d or embellished a pair of sneakers? For us, it had been far too long so when we saw Miu Miu‘s latest glittery sneakers for fall, we were anxious to bling out our own pair using a pair of classic Vans as our canvas. But honestly, what fun is it unless you can DIY a pair too? Leave a comment and we’ll select a reader, at random, to choose their own pair of DIYable Vans.
DIY: Glitter Shoes | DIY: Glitter Shoes | 優良エステと呼ばれているお店でしたら、貴方の美容に関する悩みを効果的な施術によって解決してくれることでしょう。最新の機器を取り揃えているエステを探して、本当の美しさを手に入れてみませんか? 数多くのエステが全国にあり、「どのエステを利用してみようかな」と悩んでしまっている方もいるでしょう。まずは様々な項目を比較することが大切で、料金、施術内容、使用機器などをじっくりと比較してみましょう。女性の多くがエステで理想的なスタイルを手に入れており、前向きな人生を送ることが出来ています。自分自身に自信を持ているようになれば、きっと何事に対しても成功に近付けることになるでしょう。
DIY Christian Louboutin glitter pumps! Tutorial I know what you're thinking: Uh, glitter shoes are for strippers and Wizard of Oz costumes... but actually, apparently they are back in! And I know I don't need them, but I am very proud of how I replicated these $595 Christian Louboutin pumps with some $6 Target heels, some Mod Podge, glitter, and red spray paint (for the signature red sole!!). Yeah, they also come in fuchsia, but I'm not that funky... They also have an open-toed version for $745: DIY Christian Louboutin glitter pumps! Tutorial

How to make glitter shoes!

Last week I posted a pic on Instagram of some shoes I was glittering for my friend, Stacy. She wanted a pair of glitter booties like this pair but since they were no longer for sale I decided to make her a pair. I recieved tons of questions about the process and supplies. I thought I'd post a quick how-to for those of you wanting to DIY your very own pair of glittery shoes. There are many ways to get this look but here's what I did... You'll need: A pair of shoes that you want to glitter. How to make glitter shoes!
Floral Boots DIY

Floral Boots DIY

We're just a little too excited about spring around here! This season we're feeling all things floral. Here's a cute and do-able DIY that made our plain-jane pair of boots feel fancy... Supplies Needed: Plain boots with laces (we got ours a K-Mart!), pretty fabric (emma is doing her pair with striped fabric... i'll share them soon!) note: use lightweight cotton- nothing too bulky or stiff, Glue, Mod Podge + an exacto knife.