Explore Shoe Crafts, Diy Crafts, and more!

Explore related topics

Shoes can make or break an outfit. From casual pumps to sky-scraper heels, having the right pair of shoes can take an outfit (and your day) from drab to fab in seconds. However, great shoes don’t come cheap, and every season we find the same styles in every store. If only they were a little[Read the Rest]

Shoes can make or break an outfit. From casual pumps to sky-scraper heels, having the right pair of shoes can take an outfit (and your day) from drab to fab in seconds. However, great shoes don’t come cheap, and every season we find the same styles in every store. If only they were a little[Read the Rest]

There’s nothing quite like a good pair of high heels… for me, anyway. As a petite girl who loves fashion, I can’t get enough of anything that makes me look and feel a little bit taller. I know that high heels aren’t for everyone, but even if you don’t love them, you should read this … Read More

20 Easy DIY Ways To Update Your Old High Heel Shoes

There’s nothing quite like a good pair of high heels… for me, anyway. As a petite girl who loves fashion, I can’t get enough of anything that makes me look and feel a little bit taller. I know that high heels aren’t for everyone, but even if you don’t love them, you should read this … Read More

12 ideias para customizar sapatos

12 ideias para customizar sapatos

DIY Comic Strip High Heels fashion heels high heels diy craft crafts easy crafts diy ideas diy crafts do it yourself easy diy diy tips diy craft ideas diy tutorial diy clothes craft clothes diy shoes craft shoes

LOVE this look! These lace foot covers are perfect for wearing under heels and let just a peek of lovely lace show

LOVE this look! These lace foot covers are perfect for wearing under heels and let just a peek of lovely lace show

Something to try... Simmer thick leaves in a baking soda mixture. It should leave behind the skeleton of the leaf which you can then lightly paint or dye.

Something to try... Simmer thick leaves in a baking soda mixture. It should leave behind the skeleton of the leaf which you can then lightly paint or dye.

Pinterest
Search