Knotted Fabric Flip Flops — Make A Pair For Every Outfit!!

Destri shows you how to make these “knot-so-hard” flip flops — from scrap fabric and cheap flip flops! She says you can do it in less than 30 minutes — they’re that easy. Easy and nearly free — you can make them to match your summer wardrobe!

Tutorial ~ The Knot So Hard Flip Flop Diy at The Mother Huddle

Flowery Flip Flops!

Ashley has the cutest flip-flop refashions — and this is possibly our favorite! Check out how she’s upcycled these basic flipflops with comfy, stretch-knit fabric straps and fun flowers. (And check out her other flip flop refashions at the site too!)

Flip-Flop Refashion: Part 4 (Stretchy Knit Straps with Flowers) at Make It and Love It

DIY Neon Toes — on Any Shoes!!

 

Want to perk up a pair of heels? Here’s a great way to literally dip a toe into the neon trend … and do it easily and inexpensively! All you need is a pair of shoes you’re willing to experiment on …and a can of neon spray paint. Check it out!

DIY: Neon Toe Shoes at Green Wedding Shoes

DIY Cat Face Flats

cat flat refashionI’m more of a dog person that a cat person, but that doesn’t mean I can’t appreciate a great cat craft. These shoes are so cute and I could definitely make them myself. Who doesn’t have an old pair of shoes laying around? As you can see, the artwork doesn’t have to be perfect, just a little whimsical and fun.

Cat Shoe DIY at Scathingly Brilliant

Adding Braided Straps to Flip Fops

braided-flip-flops-refashion

I’m a little embarrassed about how much I wear flip flops. But, not embarrassed enough to stop apparently – because I wear them every. single. day. Even in the winter, my friends. So I can appreciate a good flip flop refashion, just like the one Ashley did. Not only do I love the braids but I love the color combination. It’s SO easy to do – visit the tutorial below.

Flip-Flop Refashion (Braided Straps) at Make It and Love It

Sand and Sea Shoe Refashion

sand and sea shoe refashion

When you find shoes at the Goodwill that you can actually do something with, it’s a huge score. I love that Rachel got these shoes and did an entire Anthropologie knock-off for under $10 – saving over $90! I actually prefer these over the original because they don’t have the heel. You’re going to love Rachel’s tutorial, so check it out.

Sand and Sea Shoes at Bubbly Nature Creations

Upcycle and Glitterify Girls’ Cowboy Boots!

Kiki made the most adorable outfit for her daughter (check out the chevron top at the site!) — and her idea for glitterifying (I officially pronounce that a real word) boots is a great one. Check out her post to learn how she did it, but with a bit of Mod Podge and some glitter she turned these cowboy boots into something magical!

Whimsically Wishing {Project Run and Play Finale} at Kiki & Company

5-Minute Spectacular Sandal Upcycle!

Aimee took a basic Old Navy sandal and some grosgrain ribbon — and made basic sandals into something spectacular. She shows you the simple steps — use her model or use it as an inspiration to try your own combination!

DIY Bow Sandal at Swellmayde

Restyle Shoes By Adding Ribbon Laces

ribbon shoelace restyle

We all have that pair of shoes in the closet that isn’t quite doing it for us anymore. I’m never sure what to do with said pair of shoes except for donate them to a greater cause (aka the Goodwill). Turns out Samantha has a better idea – replace the laces! It’s easy and on a budget which means we love it. Visit Dollar Store Crafts for the tutorial.

Dollar Store Ribbon As Stylish Shoelaces at Dollar Store Crafts

Adorn Plain Shoes With Ruffles and Rosebuds

There was nothing wrong with the “before” shoes. But look how great they are with a little adornment, whether for women or girls! Disney, guest blogging at Whip Up, shows you how to add these cute adornments and suggests tips for making them your own. It’s fast fashion!

2010 guest blogger series: Disney with shoe refashioning at Whip Up