Posies for My Toesies Shoe Embellishment


Posies for My Toesies Shoe Embellishment

Embellish your flip flops with these Posies for My Toesies Shoe Embellishment.  Made with bright and fun felt, these DIY flowers are a fun and easy way to accessorize your summer sandals.  You could also make a really cute headband or fun jewelry out of this printable floral pattern.  If you love bright and colorful flowers, you're going to love this project!

Posies for My Toesies


  • Aleene's® Fabric Fusion® Permanent Adhesive Pen
  • Aleene's® Fast Grab Tacky Glue™
  • Wavy edge scissors
  • Flip-flops – pink
  • Chalk pencil
  • Ruler
  • Paper towels
  • Scissors
  • Ribbon – orange
  • Felt – lime
  • Pattern



  1. Cut a strand of ribbon long enough to wrap around straps of each flip-flop. Apply a small amount of Fast Grab Tacky Glue to the end of ribbon and press onto underside of strap on one side of flip-flop. Wrap ribbon tightly around strap and glue end in place on other end of strap. Repeat with other flip-flop. Let dry.
  2. Cut out spiral pattern from a circle of lime felt, using wavy edge scissors.
  3. Use a chalk pencil to draw a 2” circle on lime felt. Cut out. This will be the base for rosette.
  4. Use the Fabric Fusion Pen to apply a thin line of glue to the bottom edge of the felt wavy cutout.
  5. Starting on the outside edge of circle, press wavy cutout glue edge down onto circle and continue wrapping around circle, spiraling toward center of circle, forming a rosette. Let dry.
  6. Apply a small amount of Fast Grab Tacky Glue to the bottom of the felt rosette and press firmly onto the center of the flip-flop straps. Let dry.

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This is a very neat idea. If you go to the dollar store you can pick up a pair of flip flops. They usually have many different sizes.my grand daughter will love helping me make these. Then she can tell her little friends that she made them.nthanks for sharing.

Love this project! I have a four-year-old goddaugther, and I think this would be a fantastic project to do with her this summer. I especially love how it's complicated enough that she will need an adult, but still easy enough to where she can help. It'll be great for bonding, while also making her little feet even cuter!


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