Jeweled Sandal DIY

Last month, at Target I came upon these.

Moments later they were in a shopping bag, in the car, ready for Raya’s teeny little feet.

I am deeply in love with them and their silver jeweled glory.

So much so, I needed a pair for myself.

Remember when I made Raya these?

Well, I decided it was time to switch things up. And this time I would make a bigger version of my mini obsessions.

And so I did.

Step One: purchase jewels {these}.

Step Two: Find silver sandals. Or spray yours silver. {I wrapped them in foil to protect the bottoms from the spray, make sure you find leather friendly paint}.

Step Three: Adhere jewels with E6000 {make sure you are working in a well-ventilated area}.

Let dry and enjoy. Like daughter, like mother.



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    September 7, 2013 at 10:30 am (6 years ago)

    I really like this!! Do you think you could do something similar with Grecian Sandals like this? Do you teach classes?

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