Glittered Girl Shoes

You might remember that I love glitter. And shoes. And glittering my own shoes.

That being said, I purchased these babies for A’s wedding in a few weeks. I am in love. With the shoes. Duh.

And then it was time to find Raya a pair of equally fabulous shoes.

And nothing. Nothing. Nothing struck my fancy.

So I decided she needed some glitter shoes just like her mama.

So I purchased these babies from Old Navy. And I set to work.

First I removed the bows. Then I sanded them gently just to scuff them up.

Next I painted them with mod podge.

Then I glittered my heart away. {You might notice this is a different technique than my last shoe/glitter project}.

To mimic the bow, I found glittered ribbon at Michaels. And I copied the bow on my shoes. I used the original Old Navy ribbon to tie the whole thing off. I attached Raya’s bow with hot glue.

Now I’m in love with Raya’s. Not to mention her are flats. Therefore her feet won’t hurt. {hey, jealousy}.



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