During the winter you want your toes to be cozy and warm, but you also want your feet looking fashionable! So what’s a girl to do when the only slipper options leave something to be desired? DIY them of course! This simple and easy DIY only takes about 30 minutes to complete, but the transformation is incredible!
What You’ll Need:
Beaded Trim With Fur Edge #57507
50mm Faux Fur Cordedge #34274
1. Measure your fur trim across the top of the slipper, leaving an extra inch on both sides.
2. Fold over the extra inch on one side, and sew your way across the top of the slipper. Repeat the same fold over the opposite end.
3. Cut the black fabric tape off of your faux fur cordedge.
4. Wrap the faux fur cordedge around the back of the slipper, and cut off any excess.5. Sew the cordedge across the back of the slipper with the ends of the cordedge sewn behind the faux fur trim.
See what we mean? These slippers are lush, luxe, and if their soles weren’t as soft as clouds, you might even want to wear them out! Grab your materials and get ready to lounge in style!
These DIYs are perfect for those of us who want to make the best of this cold weather, and by the best we mean the coziest! Make these DIYs when you’re all bundled up this weekend, and then use them for further bundling! It’s like a never-ending cycle of coziness.
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So which DIY are you dying to try on this blistering winter weekend?
The last few days have been painfully cold on the East, and the terrible road conditions make for a perfect weekend to be a homebody. For the next two days we’re basking in the warmth of our cozy comforts: socks, sweaters, blankets. What’s so wonderful about being stuck inside during a weekend? We’re glad you asked.
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Flats don’t have to be boring and basic, especially when you DIY them! Which of these options is on YOUR weekend DIY agenda?