Step 8: Attach the straps

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 is flush with the top of the layer.

Test the shoe on your foot to make sure it fits, pull out the straps a little if needed.
Can u paint on them when finished making the sandals
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I love this. There is more than one kind of Gorilla glue. Could you be more specific what exact type of Gorilla glue you used? The ones I'm familiar with are one that is a brown liquid that expands and looks yellow when dry and one that is a type of super glue. The glue you used doesn't resemble either of those. I suppose I could research online, but I was hoping for a quick answer despite the fact your instrucable is several years old. Thanks!
Hi!<br><br>It was the regular expanding yellow goop that dries clear!<br>
Wonderful! I made something similar in college, but used duct tape to "water proof it". Great job. I love how comfortable the plastic bags are, never would have guessed until I tried it.
sweet! this may be the first thing i try to make off this site =-D<br/>
I like this! This is great! From one cardboarder to another, 5stars! Cman
What if you step in something wet?
Ahhhh, you've found my 'Achilles Heel' (no foot pun intended there). I suppose I could dip them (or at least the bottoms) in some rubbery sealer. But then they would lose their cardboard coolness... We'll add a disclaimer "Use may be shortened if worn in a wet environment" LOL!
Nice one!
Why Thank You, Crazypoop! It's my first how-to on this site. I was a little nervous!

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