Using painter’s tape, mark off your desired design. Make sure you press the tape into the creases and that it is adhering, duct tape might work well too! Using our favorite go-to, acrylic paint, and a sponge brush, dab the paint into the design. Depending on the saturation of the paint and the shoe’s material, you will probably need a few coats. But, it dries quickly, so once it’s set, remove the tape. In only minutes you’ll have one-of-a kind shoes.
Slip ons via K-Mart, and shorts are thrifted Wranglers cut off above the knee.
Thanks, Emily!! This is a project that is so easy, ANYONE can do it. I foresee a fun Spring Break activity with my girls! Thanks!
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