The wardrobe transition has started. It’s that time of year to swap the sandals for closed toe shoes and boots. While I’m clicking my heels together wishing for another week of summer weather, I decided to revamp an old pair of flats and give them a new look. Read on to learn how.
A pair of shoes
Acrylic paint. If your shoes are a fabric material like Chuck Taylors use fabric paint instead.
*Clear drying finish such as Mod Podge Outdoors
*If your shoes are made of fabric material skip the finish.
Clean the shoes making sure they are free of any dirt or debris.
Pour some paint into the bowl, using the paint brush create whatever design you like. You can customize your shoes by splattering the paint or creating polka dots. I created my design by putting a big blob of paint onto the shoes and then I used the paint brush to spread the paint to create lines.
Let the paint dry.
Once the paint is fully dried. Use a large paint brush to paint on the finish, leave to dry for 24 hours.
And you’re done!