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Spring Meadows Flats

These adorable Spring Meadows Flats can be made with three simple materials.  Give new life to old kickers by simply decoupaging some beautiful floral images on your shoes.  This easy project is a great way to get your wardrobe ready for spring and summer!  Get a fashionable look for near pennies on the dollar with this beyond easy wearable craft.

Spring Meadows Flats

Materials:

  • Pair of white shoes (I used white but other colors will work with equally wonderful results)
  • Napkins with flower prints (look for ones that you can cut the flowers out individually, party stores are a great source)
  • Mod Podge exterior decoupage glue
  • Small paintbrush
  • Small pointed scissors

 

Instructions:

  1. Separate all layers of the napkin leaving only one top layer.
     
  2. Use the small pointed scissors to cut out individual flowers to apply to the shoes.  Cut more flowers out as you need them.

    Spring Meadows Flats

    Spring Meadows Flats
     
  3. When you have cut out quite a few flowers, use the small paintbrush to apply some Mod Podge to the shoe, immediately apply a cut out napkin flower.  Apply some more Mod Podge on top of the flower you just applied.  Continue applying glue, flower and glue in a pleasing arrangement until you have covered the entire shoe.  If there are any folds in the shoes use the paintbrush loaded with Mod Podge to tuck in them nicely.

    Spring Meadows Flats

    Spring Meadows Flats
     
  4. Repeat steps 1-3 for the other shoe.  Let dry overnight.
     
  5. Apply another coat of Mod Podge glue on top of both shoes and let dry at least 24 hours.

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This is a very cute idea, I love it - just don't wear them in the rain!

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