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Paint Poured Ankle Boots & Necklace

Personalize your shoes or accessories in a creative way with this DIY marble design!

Updated August 15, 2018
Paint Poured Ankle Boots and Necklace
Paint Poured Ankle Boots and Necklace
This image courtesy of decoart.com

Is your wardrobe beginning to look a little boring to you? Do you wish your closet looked a little more lively? DIY marbling is the latest trend, and we absolutely love it because it's so fun and creative!

In this Paint Poured Ankle Boots & Necklace tutorial, you can learn a simple and easy technique to personalize your shoes. Using only a few materials, you can create a gorgeous marble design for your favorite pair of boots or your necklace! With this painted shoes idea, you can make your wardrobe stand out against the crowd. 

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsPaint

Primary TechniquePainting

Easy

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • DecoArt® Stylin™ in White, Aqua, and Turquoise
  • DecoArt® Pouring Medium™
  • Pair of boots
  • Frame charm
  • Cups
  • Pour pan
  • Painter's tape
  • Disposable gloves
  • Rubbing alcohol

Instructions:

Boots

  1. Wipe boots clean.

  2. Prep the “dirty pour." Pour White, Aqua, and Turquoise Stylin Paint into cups. Add Pouring Medium into each cup at a 4:5 ratio of paint to medium and stir with a craft stick until well mixed.

  3. Pour all three cups into a single cup.

  4. Use painter’s tape to mask off the area which you want paint poured on. Be sure to secure tape firmly so paint does not seep underneath. Holding the boots over a pan, carefully pour over the masked off area.

  5. Slowly remove the painter’s tape and let dry.

Necklace

  1. Remove glass from frame and wipe glass clean with rubbing alcohol.

  2. Find an area in your pour pan that you wish to capture onto your glass. Place glass directly into paint and carefully press down until the underside of the glass is covered in its entirety. Let dry.

  3. Place back in frame.

How do you add a personalized touch to your wardrobe?
Let us know in the comments below!

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