Pom-poms can be found on many clothing items and accessories this season. I could not help but fall in love with this fun trend especially after finding a pair of sandals on Etsy. The $100+ price tag turned me off and I didn’t purchase them. If there is a chance that any expensive item can be easily DIYed instead of bought, I prefer the DIY route. This particular project was not very expensive and could be done under one hour.
Here’s what you will need
- Gladiator style sandal or style of your choice
- Pom-poms (I prefer the jewel toned ones)
- Thread (preferably matching the colors you chose for the pom-poms or a neutral color matching the sandals)
- Scissors (not pictured)
- Needle (not pictured)
For this DIY I decided to use large sized pom-poms. You are not limited and can use which ever size you prefer.
Step 1: Choose your pom-pom colours and visualize the placement. I chose to work with 5 colours and placed them on the sandals first. This gave me a good idea of how I wanted the sandals to turn out at the end.
Step 2: Sew the pom-poms on the laces of the sandals. Try not to sew through the lace but instead wrap the thread around the lace. Alternate between pom-pom colours and work your way up the laces.
Voila, here is the finished product!
If you no longer love your pom-pom creation you can cut the tread and easily remove the pom-poms preserving your great pair of sandals.
Hope you enjoyed the post and were inspired to add a little fun into your shoe wardrobe.
Confused on how to style your new sandals? Tune in to the blog next week for how I style my DIY sandals.
Until Next Time
Sincerely Miss J
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Such a fantastic idea! It looks perfect! Thanks for sharing <3xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena http://www.dressedwithsoul.com
This is so pretty! Lovely tutorialToyinwithfashion
What a great tutorial.www.mydailywear.co.uk
What a cute idea, loving the outcome.xoxLenyaFashionDreams&Lifestyle
Lovely tutorial! Thanks for sharing. XCheck out my new post: http://sherazmataz.blogspot.co.uk/2016/06/done-with-first-year-of-university.html?m=1
OMG that is genius x
your such a talented lady!. this is so pretty. love it!http://adventuremeetsdesigner.blogspot.co.uk/
Wow! amazing DIY and gorgeous look :)<3 | X | alyinwanderland.com | Latest: Golden Light Style Post
Beautiful tutorial! Great post!http://chicglamstyle.com
Girl you just inspired me to make mine and I will. Turned out great. Kudos.http://fashionablyidu.blogspot.com/
Very beautiful DIY and detailed instructions. I have an old pair of Sandals that I would definitely use for this project.Thanks so much for sharing.
That is sooooo cool !