4 Ways to embellish SUMMER SHOES Part 2: The Blinged Out Heel DIY


Who doesn’t love a little bling? This summer we’re all about the blinged out heel. Check out our step by step tutorial on how to achieve the playful look below.


Supplies 1

Heels in need of a little bling

E-6000 Glue

We used the following rhinestone buttons:

Rhinestone Button- Style No. 19840

Rhinestone Button -Style No: 33081

Moonstone Button- Style No 29316

Dome Rhinestone Beaded Button- Style No: 58306

Remove the shank from each of your rhinestones buttons in the event that they have any. Once you have done so, apply a decent amount of hot glue to the back of each button one by one.


Flip your button over and place it on the shoe strap. Apply pressure ensuring the button will not fall off.
Placing the button

Continue doing the same step for each of the buttons until you have created the blinged out shoes of your dreams. Placing all the buttons down

Feel free to mix and match with our large assortment of M&J Trimming Rhinestone Buttons


14 comments on “4 Ways to embellish SUMMER SHOES Part 2: The Blinged Out Heel DIY

  1. M&J Trimming says:

    Thanks! you should try it out!

  2. pja6 says:

    Those shoes are super amazing with and without the bling! Where can one find a pair of their own?!

  3. Amy E says:

    I love the summer colors!

  4. skyforged says:

    Realy cool ! As i create jewelry, I HAVE to try this.

  5. Bianca says:

    That is so cute. I would be afraid they would fall off though and then my shoes would look ratchet😦

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