(above) So...Did you have flip flops like this when you were in elementary or junior high?! I have a bunch of these and LOVED making them! So, when thinking of something fun and frilly for a special 2 year old little girl...these came to mind! I took rubber flip flops from oldnavy and tied fabric strips (an inch wide and about 4 to 5 inches long) with a single knot on the straps! I did a pattern with solids and a butterfly print...though, use a smaller print than I used because I feel like you can barely see the butterflies! At the end, I trimmed them up to make them even and not droopy! What to do with extra?! I made this cute little matching hair bow! I laid out the strips on my counter in a fan pattern and just tied them all together! SO EASY! My son totally thought they were for him and begged me to wear them! HAHA!
OTHER FLIP FLOP IDEAS: rhinestones along the straps with a big flower in the center, an initial them with a letter in the center and flowers, fabric, or stones on the sides, and you can also do tulle (like in a tutu, which I also make those and just realized I NEVER posted) on the straps just like the fabric.
And below, this is my next little shoe project I would like to take on! Bedazzled Converse for my little diva! :) Cute huh?! Will post once I get to it...but she is still little and kind of waiting for fall when she will need close toed shoes! BUT, figured I would post the idea if any of you want to try!
Frilly Footwear Creatingly Yours,