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Making sandals out of old tires is cheap, environmentally friendly and a lot of fun (although if you do it in the middle of summer, it's equally sweaty). ...
Of course, your first step is to get a tire. Try your local freecycle group or craigslist for a tire somebody wants to get rid of. I used ...
Cut out your pattern using a chisel and hammer. Put your chisel where you want to cut and whack with the hammer till the chisel goes all the ...
Using your chisel, punch holes for the straps as close to the edge of the sandals as you dare. You'd be suprised how tough the tire is, so ...
I bought dog leashes from Big Lots for $1.50 each. I used one on each sandal with very little waste. You need to cut the stitching on the ...
I bought the buckles for $1.50 each at Hobby Lobby. I looked for a pull-adjustable strap like on my Chacos, but couldn't find one in my blue-collar town. ...
Put your sandals on and enjoy. Overall, I think they're going to be pretty tough, even though I used polyester threads and cut through the tire to secure ...
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