Make your old shoes look new again with leather paint!
Painting leather shoes with leather paint is easier than you think! I hesitated for a long time to paint my leather shoes because I was afraid the color might not cover properly or look streaky. But the painted leather shoes turned out so well! Yay! My shoes look like new again.
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Upcycle ugly, ill-fitting espadrilles into cute DIY espadrilles that match your outfit!
made shoes again! Yay! 😀 This time I upcycled ugly espadrilles that didn’t fit very well. I used leftover mint-green denim fabric from my jeans-to-skirt refashion and made matching mint green espadrilles! I love how they turned out and they’re so comfortable to wear! Continue reading DIY Espadrilles – Shoe Making Tutorial →
DIY pom pom sandals – from scratch – made with leather and colorful DIY yarn pom poms!
Pom poms are everywhere right now! These colorful little yarn balls adorn shoes, hats, bags and the hair! Pom poms add a boho twist to any outfit.
Related: DIY Pom Pom Straw Clutch From Scratch – Tutorial
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to make cute DIY pom pom sandals from scratch! 😀 All you need is a piece of leather and yarn!
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I made Huarache sandals again! Yay! Huarache sandals are so comfortable to wear and easy to make. After making
Huarache sandals with cork soles and Huarache bathing shoes, I now made Huarache sandals with leather soles. Apart from soaking the leather soles, it just takes some minutes to make DIY huarache sandals. So grab some leather and yarn and make your own huarache sandals with leather soles! 😀 Continue reading DIY Huarache Sandals With Leather Soles – Tutorial →
A black (artificial) silk dress is suibable for afternoon wear, but it’s also suitable for the
office. For my black dress I used black cellulose acetate fabric, which was called celanese in the 20s ( 1926 celanese dress). Continue reading 1920s Black Artificial Silk Dress →
My tutorial for
Huarache-type sandals with cork soles is the most popular post on my blog with thousands of visitors – yay! – thank you all! 😀 Today I made another Huarache-type shoe: Huarache bathing shoes with flip-flops and polypropylene cord. Continue reading DIY Huarache Bathing Shoes – Tutorial →
To protect themselves against rain, Victorians wore
boiled wool coats, oiled silk capes, oiled silk umbrellas, or early rubberized coats. I’ve compiled Victorian and Edwardian recipes how fabric and shoes were made waterproof between the 1840s and 1910s. Continue reading Victorian Rainwear: How To Make Fabric And Shoes Waterproof →
Turn your old flip flops into cute summer flip flops with cork tiles and fabric scraps! It’s easy and fun! My upcycled fabric and cork flip flops are so comfy now I didn’t want to take them off again. 😀
Continue reading DIY Fabric & Cork Flip Flops – Tutorial →
There are so many different ways how to tie Huarache barefoot running sandals. Here’s how I tie my
DIY Huarache-type sandals. Continue reading How To Tie Huarache Sandals – Tutorial →