Want to spice up your shoe closet for the winter? The holiday season is all about decorations and ornaments, which is when all the popular retailers come out with their decked-out shoe collections. Glitter, bows and flowers are just an example of the many gorgeous combinations you’ll find on the shelves. You may feel tempted to grab them while they’re still hot, but we, at iLoveSexy have a special treat for you this week! We are always looking for fun and affordable DIY tutorials that are easy on the eyes and your wallet so that you can recreate fashion trends that you find in stores. In fact, we have come up with this crafty DIY Shoe Clip tutorial so that you can decorate your shoes anytime you want. This is perfect if you have any high heels lying around the house that you’d like to transform for a special occasion. Or if you’re looking for some new shoes to adorn, we have many gorgeous pumps in our Pump Collection that you may like. In just a few easy steps, you can take any old shoe from drab to fab. So stick around and find out how to make your own DIY shoe clips.
What you will need:
Decorative appliques (bows, flowers, ornaments, etc.)
Hot glue or tacky glue
1. Use pliers to pinch and flatten the earring clip so that they rest comfortably against the shoe when they are attached. Repeat this step for the other clip.
2. Apply hot glue or tacky glue to the back of your applique.
3. Attach the flattened earring clip to the glue and wait for it to dry. Repeat this step for the other earring clip.
Don’t these DIY shoe clips just brighten up the high heels? The best part about them is that you can switch them around to your liking and place them in different positions. Wear them in the front as your centerpiece or to the side to give it a sophisticated and romantic look. You can even clip them to the back of the shoe for a fun, retro feel. Here are just a few different ways you can wear your DIY shoe clips.
Shoe clips are chic, versatile and a simple way to dress up a pair of shoes. You can use all different kinds of shoes with these DIY shoe clips such as sandals and flats. And if you have any old costume jewelry or ornaments lying around, you can use those as part of your shoe clips as well. If you’re feeling fancy and want to incorporate some arts and crafts into your fashion, then this tutorial is perfect for you. What would you decorate your shoe clips with? Are you a fan of this look? Let us know in the comment box below what you thought of our tutorial and if you’ll be trying this out yourself. And pay us a visit again next week to see what new tutorial we have in store for you.