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This is an entry for the Gorilla Glue Cardboard Competition. Everyone needs a spare pair of shoes. With the help of some cardboard, a few shopping bags, and ...
You'll need A piece (or pieces) of stiff cardboard about 4 square feet in size.A box cutter or razor bladea pair of scissorsa pencilSome Gorilla Gluetwo plastic shopping ...
Draw out the foot shape on the cardboard. You can use your own foot or another (less eco-friendly) plastic flip flop.Cut out this first shape and use it ...
For each foot - Glue 4 layers togetherGlue the other 2 layers togetherSet the four parts aside to dry for about 10 minutes.
The 4 layer piece will be the top of each shoe:Mark with a pencil where you want the straps to go through the shoeUse a pencil or other ...
Get your two plastic bags and cut each one as shown in the picture.
starting about 2.5 inches from the bottom of the bag, make 4 knots spread about 1.5 inches apart.You should have a tail on the other end of about ...
Tie the bag pieces together on one end.
Using a sharp object, push the tied end of the bag into the toe opening.Push the other ends into the back openings.Pull through each end until the knot ...
Apply a LOT of glue to both sides of each shoe layer and press together firmly.
Place something heavy on both shoes to ensure a good bond.Leave for at least 6 hours; preferably overnight.
After drying completely your shoes are ready to wear.Place them in the trunk of your car for emergencies or maybe next to your back door for the next ...
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