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7 Amazing DIY Shoe Makeovers!

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Hi Everyone!
Do you love shoes as much as I do? Isn’t it fun shopping different kinds of shoes?…  but sometimes buying too many can be expensive.

Well, I wanna share you some tips so you can save money! Don’t throw out your old shoes yet!
Here are  different ways you can bring them back to life!

1. DIY Studded Sneakers

DIY Studded Sneakers

You’ll need:

a pair of sneakers
150 – 200 brass cone spikes
E6000 adhesive
a disposable container or popsicle stick
toothpicks

Instructions!

2. DIY Ombre Sneakers

DIY Ombre Sneakers

You’ll Need:

Gloves
Syringe (1 per color)
Rubber Cement — Optional
Masking Tape — If you don’t have rubber cement
Atomizer — Optional but highly recommended for precision
Sponge
Popsicle sticks for mixing the dye
Fabric Dye (Liquid or Powder) — I’m using powder for this tutorial
Paintbrush
Plastic Cups for mixing dye
Hot water
Newspaper or anything to cover your work area
Wear clothes you don’t mind having fabric dye spilled or splattered on

Instructions!

3. Button Shoes

Button Shoes

You’ll Need:

Aleene’s® Fabric Fusion®
Flats
Assorted buttons
Wax paper
Foam brush

Instructions!

4. DIY Bow Heels

DIY Bow Heels

You’ll Need:

heels with ankle straps
2 1/2″ wide ribbon (about 5 feet needed)
velcro stickers
scissors

Instructions!

5. Comic Book Shoes

Comic Book Shoes

You’ll Need:

smooth shoes
Mod Podge
paintbrush
comic book
scissors

Instructions!

6. Printed Pumps

PRINTED PUMPS

You’ll Need:

Shoes
Modpodge
Patterned paper
Paint brush
Scissors

Instructions!

7. Fun Tie Dye Sneakers

Fun Tie Dye Sneakers

You’ll Need:

white pair of canvas sneakers
rubbing alcohol( Isopropyl )
sharpie markers
straw

Instructions!

It’s like having a new pair of shoes without breaking the bank. 😉 What do you Think?