DIY Shoe Makeovers are fun craft projects for the broke fashionista. Why? Because these DIY shoe makeovers make you feel like you have new shoes. And really, there is nothing better than new shoes, even if they are only an old made over pair. Check out the fun** shoe DIY makeovers** we have gathered here for you.
This DIY shoe makeover idea was inspired by the Burberry 2012 Resort Collection. Aren't these shoes pretty? The colored beads make them even more fab.
If you want a pair of sandals to have that added Boho feel, these fridge details will do the trick. This particular craft project is very easy to do; there is no sewing involved, too.
This one is a wee bit complicated but it's a shoe-lover must-do. Not all of us can afford D&G shoes so a good DIY spirit can come in handy. Check out Maegan's post for the step-by-step guide.
Okay, these may no longer be trendy but it's a** shoe DIY makeover** that we simply had to include. Who knows, these types of shoes may be back in style in a few years.
Eeep, too cute! If gluing teeny stars to wedge shoes sound like a lot of work, you can try this crafty project on a pair of pumps first.
If you don't want a permanent shoe makeover, a clip-on embellishment is the best idea. Katie here shows us how to make these adorable panda faces for your shoes. Very Marc Jacobs, yes?
Here we have another clip-on shoe makeover idea. I always find those ballet flats with bow-embellished backs very cute so I had to show you this fun tutorial.
This one is not a exactly a shoe makeover since you will be working on flip-flops but I had to include the tute in this list. Why? Because it's clever and fun! I bet these lace-up sandals will be perfect for a beach trip.
Jewel-encrusted heels are all the rage these days. There are already cheap ones sold in stores but why buy when you can DIY? Armed with rhinestones and industrial glue, you can make an old pair of shoes look like a million bucks.
How cute! I may just do these to a pair of ballet flats that my cats have used as scratching/wrestling toys.
Toe capped shoes are popular these days. Using spray paint and tape, you can turn any pair of shoes you have into capped cuties.
This is another DIY shoe makeover idea that is not permanent but still quite pretty. I reckon these ruffled details will be perfect for a wedding or other formal occasions for which you can't afford to buy a new pair of sandals.
Glitter makes everything better, especially shoes. This is a fun way to update a pair that already has noticeable cracks or peelings.
If your favorite pair of canvas sneakers has seen better days, perhaps an encounter with dye is exactly what they need.
The Missoni for Target insanity may have already died down but this does not mean that you should purchase a pair of shoes from the collection. Again, why buy when you can DIY?
Whew! This was one long DIY post! I'm not complaining, though; I enjoyed making this list of** DIY shoe makeovers**. I have a couple of brogues that could use some of these DIY treatments and I might just try the glitter and capped toe tricks.
Tell me, which of these s**hoe makeover projects** looks like fun to do?
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