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DIY Jeweled Shoes
DIY Jeweled Shoes
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Learn how to make jeweled shoes with this stunning tutorial! Make your own DIY Jeweled Shoes using old costume jewelry and other embellishments for a truly stunning pair. Maybe you have an old pair of black flats that you're dying to update. You can easily dress up a pair of shoes simply with an adhesive and gems. Select multi-colored jewels for a different look or keep it classy with clear gems. These bejeweled shoes will have a vintage look and will take a plain outfit to an entirely new level.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsBeads

Primary TechniqueRepurposing

Easy

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • A pair of plain shoes
  • Old costume jewelry like brooches and earrings
  • Gem adhesive like Gem Tac
  • Jewelry pliers

Instructions

  1. First make sure the top of your shoe is clean and dry.

  2. Next pick your favorite gemmed jewelry breaking off any backings, and clasps. Use the jewelry pliers and toss out any extra metal pieces. 

  3. Place jewels on the toe of the shoe to create a design you like. Use a statement piece in the middle of the toe and build around that. If you have a pair of earrings you can put one on each shoe for symmetry.

  4. Keep gluing until all the gems are all secure....and be sure to let the glue cure for 24 hours. Don’t worry: it’ll dry clear!

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