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Covering an old pair of flats

Modge Podge fabric onto shoes. This has almost endless possibilities. So many fabric patterns to choose from. awesome idea for thrift store shoes

Google+You can mod podge anything! You can also decorate fabric and plastic type shoes with colored duct tape, paints, ribbons..whatever you like. If you want to experiment, go to your local thrift store for cheap shoes to practice on. Try using different types of paper stock in various prints. Also, you can do amazing things with buttons.

How To Make Fabric Flip Flops For Under $5!

Customize Your Shoes With Mod Podge . found a pair of comfy but ugly shoes? Give them a makeover with a bit of Mod Podge & some fabric. It's super easy to do and takes less than an hour .

DIY Collage ShoesHow to Make these Shoes:  These shoes were made by just hot-gluing the pictures on and then adding Shoe Goo on top. (You can find Shoe Goo in Walmart, Target, or any other store like that.) You spread the Shoe Goo with an ice cube and it does not stick to everything. I used Shoe Goo instead of Mod Podge because the Shoe Goo is flexible and it won't crack like Mod Podge. :)

DIY Collage Shoes: Shoe Goo on top. (You can find Shoe Goo in Walmart, Target, or any other store like that.) You spread the Shoe Goo with an ice cube and it does not stick to everything.

How to get new life from old flats with cute fabric! Great idea

I have shoes that NEED this! DIY Revive old shoes. Things needed: Old flats - check, Fabric (need), Scissors (check), Outdoor Mod Podge (hmm), Brush & Exacto Knife(check)

How to Dye a Faded Pair of Jeans - MomAdvice  machine & stove top methods, as well as outside

How to Dye a Faded Pair of Jeans

The best DIY projects & DIY ideas and tutorials: sewing, paper craft, DIY. DIY Clothing & Tutorials How to dye your favorite pair of jeans to look like new again -Read More -

DIY neon shoes. Could try this with gold too!

DIY: Neon Toe Shoes

how to stretch out shoes that are a half size too small   1.Fill the plastic bag about a third to half way full.    2.Let out as much air as possible from the bag.    3.Insert plastic bag of water into problem area of shoe.   4.Freeze the shoe overnight.   5.Let ice thaw for about 20 minutes before removing from shoe.   6.Try on and repeat if necessary.   7.Enjoy your beautiful, comfy shoes!

Another pinner-person said "Need to try the freezer method. I have one pair of flats I haven't given up on yet (but the thick socks/blow dry method didn't work)" ~ stil would be ineresting to try on those adorable but too-tight shoes

pattern, free : How to Make a Pair of Cozy and Sweet Ballet Slippers size M

How to Recycle Jeans into Ballet Slippers.put Velcro dots on bottom, cut micro fleet to fit bottom.

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