I recently refurbished my TOMS with spraypaint…..and now it was time to redo Boo’s pair. They had a few holes in the toes: CONTINUE READING
You know how much I love to repurpose things and make them one of a kind! I’ve rounded up 12 different DIY projects you can do to makeover your old shoes!
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My TOMS were looking a little dingy so I decided to spruce them up with a little spray paint!
I’ve had this pair of bright apple green shoes sitting in my closet for almost 10 years! I’ve probably worn them a total of three times because they just don’t match many items in my closet…..so I thought I’d add some color!
My only supplies needed were Angelus Leather Paint and a very small brush (with half the bristles cut off for a finer point).
For my design I was inspired by Doodle Easter eggs made by Alisa Burke. I started with one flower….
….and then surrounded it with some doodles:
I just kept adding doodles, and more doodles….
….until the shoes were covered!
A tiny bit of blue design makes these shoes much more wearable!
They even look cute with my paint covered studio jeans:
But they look especially cute with Boo in them:
Do you have a pair of shoes in your closet that could use a makeover?
….manufactured, or maybe even mass-produced?” That is exactly how I picture the conversation starting one day. I make most of my daughter’s clothes and I am positive that one day the novelty will wear off for her.
Changing the subject: I am a little horrified that Sienna “captured” Tinkerbell in her juice cup and then filled it halfway with water. Tink even looks like she is yelling “heeeeelllllppp”…….