Post # 1
Hey everyone, so this is my first post, I am just starting wedding planning and I knew I wanted to have a tiffany blue wedding, I started to look for shoes, but I couldnt find anything!!!! I saw a pair of louboutins that I LOVED but cound not justify spending tha much on them only to wear them for a few hours on my wedding (I cant walk in that high of a heel anyway.) So my mom suggested just ordering a pair of white shoes and doing it my self. here is how they are looking so far.
This is how the shoe started out.
Thank I added some Swarovski crystals to outline.
I ran out of crystals, I just ordered more I should get them in about 2-3 weeks.
I cant wait to finish them!
And I had to do the Tiffany Blue bottom!!! Soo easy too!!!!
Let me know what you guys think! I would love some feedback I havent shown anyone but my mom and my MOH!
Post # 3
Fantastic! Keep us updated!
Post # 4
i will like how they look when they are done. im looking for tiffany blue shoes as well i found a few decent price options but couldnt find them on my size. i do need heels because im kinda short but i might want to try to buy ivory or white and dye them or something like your doing!
Post # 6
They look GREAT!!!!! Awsome job!!!!!
Post # 9
Wow! Any pictures of them on??
Post # 11
They look fantastic!!! I am doing a Black, White and Tiffany Blue color scheme…I just bought white shoes then painted the whole shoe LOL
Then I hada pair of converse that I did the same thing to, I know that I could order them that way but I had some already plus I decided on it late and wasn’t sure I had enough time to order them.
Post # 12
@knjohnson: they look great! what did you use to paint the bottom of the shoe? i’ve heard that just painting the sole can make them too slippery.
Post # 13
@sleepyhead22: for the bottom of the shoe, I just went to homedepot with my tiffany box, and got them to colour match it and painted the bottem, they arnt slippery ive walked around the house in them which is hardwood, and their fine, I am going to be going to a shoe repair place and ask them if there is a sealer or something i can put over the paint.
Post # 14
@alishia.prichard: Good job ! That’s gonna be what I have to do since I have baby feet -__-
Post # 15
@knjohnson: What glue did you use to adhere your rhinestones? Thanks!!
Post # 16
Wow! They turned out great!!