gas-food-lodging:

DIY Cat Toe Shoes
find out how, right here ——>  http://kittenhood.wordpress.com/2013/02/27/guest-post-diy-cat-toe-shoes/

peekashoe:

{Think out of the Shoe Box - Shoes DIY}

How amazing are these shoes??? Art teacher Cassie Stephens painted a pair of thrifted shoes with acryllic paint and Modge Podge. These look nearly identical to the original Jeffrey Campbell Pencil Me in Flat flats! I do wish she had left step by step instructions.

She sewed the skirt herself too. Too cute too cute!

dulceetdecorus:

DIY V-Day Love shoes

dulceetdecorus:

DIY V-Day Love shoes

bestdayofmylife:

DIY : bow shoe clips! 
shoe clips were one of my summer craft goals and i finally got around to making a bunch on thursday. i’m SUPER happy with how they turned out. i made 3 types of bows using different materials and also made some with sequin covered, heart shaped apliques (that tutorial will come later on) today i put together step by step tutorials for three kinds of bows and then a little step by step on how to attach shoe clips! 

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bestdayofmylife:

DIY : bow shoe clips! 

shoe clips were one of my summer craft goals and i finally got around to making a bunch on thursday. i’m SUPER happy with how they turned out. i made 3 types of bows using different materials and also made some with sequin covered, heart shaped apliques (that tutorial will come later on) today i put together step by step tutorials for three kinds of bows and then a little step by step on how to attach shoe clips! 

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thecakebar:

High Heel Cupcakes! 
cupcakes
ladyfingers
wafer sticks (wafer cookies)
Icing sugar
frosting/frosting bag/frosting tip
= brilliant

thecakebar:

High Heel Cupcakes! 

  • cupcakes
  • ladyfingers
  • wafer sticks (wafer cookies)
  • Icing sugar
  • frosting/frosting bag/frosting tip

= brilliant

superslyskillzmcfly:

You know how I was asking how to stretch my new shoes so they didn’t rip my feet apart? Well, I looked it up and one site said to take ziplock bags, put them in the shoes, fill them with water and freeze them overnight. The idea is that since ice expands as it freezes, it would slowly stretch the shoes and hold them there. 
So I did it last night and it worked pretty well! I still have to wear them in a little bit because the material is still stiff but they’re not gouging the sides of my feet or smooshing my pinkie toes into blister oblivion anymore. 
The real test will be walking a descent distance in them but I’ve been wearing them around the house and so far so good. I might do it again tonight and tilt them so they stretch out the heels if I can.
So yeah, if you have tight shoes, try this! Easy and free! (and everyone loves free.)

Signal boost for Holiday and NYE Parties where you might be wearing heels or other tight shoes

superslyskillzmcfly:

You know how I was asking how to stretch my new shoes so they didn’t rip my feet apart? Well, I looked it up and one site said to take ziplock bags, put them in the shoes, fill them with water and freeze them overnight. The idea is that since ice expands as it freezes, it would slowly stretch the shoes and hold them there. 

So I did it last night and it worked pretty well! I still have to wear them in a little bit because the material is still stiff but they’re not gouging the sides of my feet or smooshing my pinkie toes into blister oblivion anymore. 

The real test will be walking a descent distance in them but I’ve been wearing them around the house and so far so good. I might do it again tonight and tilt them so they stretch out the heels if I can.

So yeah, if you have tight shoes, try this! Easy and free! (and everyone loves free.)

Signal boost for Holiday and NYE Parties where you might be wearing heels or other tight shoes

(Source: fatbottompurls)

appleinmyheart:

Shoes Covering Tutorial…now what shoes can I cover???

appleinmyheart:

Shoes Covering Tutorial…now what shoes can I cover???

skeletales:

Royal College of Art graduate Gaspard Tiné-Berès has designed slippers made from just one piece of felt and a shoelace