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Published on Jul 29, 2012
♥EXPAND INFO! Thumbs Up & SUBSCRIBE=) DIY: 0:18 STYLE: 4:05
I drooled all over the Valentino's Fall shoes this season but its over $500-800... YIKES! Instead of the splurge, I was inspired by the leopard wedge pumps and black ballet pointy flats combo for a tutorial. To keep up with this trend, here is a way to make the Rockstud shoe with options and some style inspirations on how to wear pointy flats. It took me 1 hour to complete this DIY and wait for 24 hours to wear. It's my favorite project so far because I will plan to wear them a lot =)
♥Materials Used can be purchased at a local Fabric store like Joann http://www.joann.com//: (FYI YOU DON'T HAVE TO USE ALL THE STEPS IN THIS TUTORIAL. JUST DECIDE ON THE STRIPS YOU WILL USE TO STUD. I RECOMMEND BIAS TAPE TO SPEED UP THIS SHOE PROJECT.) -Measuring Tape -White Pencil, Chalk, or bar of soap -Clips: I used Hair Clips -Permanent Bond Glue E-6000 -Scissors -Pyramid studs and I bought a yard of ribbon with studs for $6 so I didn't have to order online and save time. -Pliers -Pair of shoes: I bought pointy leopard flats at Target for $10 a day ago. -Gold metallic spray paint Rust-oleum ($4) -iron on hem tape, if not iron on the use heat n bond tape, ribbon, or Single fold Bias tape ($3) -GHD flat iron or iron if using iron on hem tape