Step 1: Glitter, stickers, and those shoes you never wear.
Shoes (fabric, plastic, leather, whatever!)
Mod Podge gloss decoupage glue - $5-10
Loose glitter, 1 oz. - $1-5
Stickers - $1
Something to hold the glue and glitter
I used a small book of goldfish stickers from the 99 cent store, about half of a 1.5 oz. jar of loose glitter, and some old heels. You should be able to find Mod Podge at any art supply or craft store in various sizes and finishes: I've got a large size of the glossy, but for this project a small jar would be more than enough.
For the shoes, what you want is a pair which are in fairly good repair but have been living in the back of your closet. Any size or material will work. This is a great way to transform shoes with a basic design you like, but in a color or material that's scuffed or grass stained or just kind of kind of eh.
About a year ago I bought these fake leather heels at a thrift store for $3, but I haven't worn them much because, well. They're a little boring, they have a few scuffs, and I have other black shoes.
Wipe them clean with a wipe or a damp paper towel and set them aside.