How to Embellish the Simple way of sandals
You will learn how to embellish sandals with a unique technique which is REALLY easy! Take a simple pair of shoes from boring to fabulous.
Hey guys! It’s Aki Characterized by strawberry. When spring and summer hit, I break out my flip-flops and sandals. I live in them until it’s too cold for you!
I bought to use recently, a simple pair of sandals for the job and the beach, without the intention of ever beautify.
But when I knew my hands on the pattern, Mod Mold, that these sandals would be perfect with a Mod medallion ornament is Melting! Check out how I did it.
sandals How to dress,
Mod Molds – patterns
Delivers Melts hot air gun
Mod or hot glue sticks
step 1. You choose your pattern – I opted for the pretty locket-search tool for mine.
step 2. Fill it Melts your shape with a Mod, or hot glue. I use a hot air gun to help get the melted glue on the Form.
This is some bubbles on the finished product, but it is even more if you skip the hot air gun to help keep the glue warm for uniform coverage.
step 3. You wait for it to cool and harden, about 5 minutes.
step 4. Now it’s time to paint your embellishment! I used spray paint in metallic gold to compliment my sandal color. You want to spray your piece in short bursts, and then start on the back of the piece before spraying of the front side. Allow it to dry.
step 5. Finally, add your embellishment with a line of hot glue on the back.
There’s not my love for Mod melts and forms – hide; I think I can all of them in possession.
you’re very useful in the creation of decorations for various types of use. But perhaps my favorite project out of it. Only less than an hour, and my pair of sandals turns!
I love the gold against my bronze sandals – now, it looks more expensive than it really is! I hope this tutorial has you like. If you embellish your sandals with this method, please let me know in the comments!
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