Sunday, 12 February 2012

DIY Boots






This is an easy DIY to recycle an old pair of boots


Step one: you will need an old pair of boots, scissors a glue gun, 2 belts, feather trim and some fabric 
Step two: I cut my boots so they are ankle boots and rolled the leather over
Step three: cut 2 strips of fabric and glue or tie it around your boot
Step four: attach your belts, you can use different belts and you can use more than one belt per boot
Step five: I glued some feather trim on the inside of the belt to give the boots a more bohemian feel.


You can also add some beads or old necklaces round your boots and viola, a custom pair of boots.           






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