So to transform your boring old flats from drab to fab here is what you will need:
Shoes- flats or heals will work best. A pair of converse type sneakers would work too, just make sure you work carefully near the eyelets for the laces.
Glitter- I'd recommend using a slightly finer glitter than I used here. It will help give it more of a polished look..
Mod Podge Gloss.
Fixative spray- optional but recommended
Step 1: Prep Shoes
Step 2: Get to Glittering
Step 3: Get to Glittering
The easiest way to do this is to hold the shoe with your hand in the toe, do the side closest to you, put the shoe down, then pick it up by putting your hand in the heal and doing the other side.
After putting glitter layer 1 on the shoes wait about a half hour then do layer two. After layer two I waited about an hour to do layer 3. The waiting is important! You need to wait a) so that you don't brush away the glitter you just brushed on and b) it is hard to see exactly how covered the shoes are because the mod podge goes on white. Once your shoes are almost compleatly covered set them aside to dry overnight. After you've let them set put on one more layer of glitter mixture making sure to cover all and any exposed spots and pressing down on any lumps with the butt end of the brush handle to flatten them out.
Step 4: Almost There!
When the the shoes are dry apply one final layer of mod podge. This time don't mix any glitter in with it. This will help to set the glitter and give the shoes a more polished look.
Let the shoes set for several days. I waited about a week. Then you can spray them with the fixative (and wait for that to dry) or hit the town (making sure not to step in any puddles!)
Time to show off your fabulous glitter shoes!