DIY SEXY MIRROR SHOES

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About: I'm a Speech-Language Pathologist during the day and a Creative DIY-ologist by night. From Oklahoma by way of Washington D.C. I'm just here to share my ideas.

Sorry I'm new at this! Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.


Supplies:

Any type of shoes (recommend about a 1/2 size too big or loose shoes)

E-6000 glue

Thin mirrors from craft store

Protective gloves

OPTIONAL:

Spikes

Rhinestones

Grease Pencil or Pick me up tool




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WhitneyJ

4 years ago on Introduction

Silly question, can you get cut using the mirror once it is finished? I would love to make a pair, but am curious if I have to handle with care afterwards?

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samm1982

5 years ago on Introduction

these look fantastic was wondering how did u hide the gaps and spaces i am trying to do some of these myself but am ending up with gaps.

These look great! I tried this once, cut up my hands and never finished them. I used broken glass from my car for the platform-y part, it actually looked pretty cool, but was hard to handle and my mirrored part wasn't that great...They didn't look nearly as good as these ones :) I may have to try again!

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iDionceLarkstoaMirror

Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

Thanks! They looked like crap when I first started but after you get a nice portion of it finished then you can see the potential. LOL. Sorry that you got all cut up but I'm glad that you left this comment because I JUST finished a pair last night for my niece. I used the "plastic mirror" that I ordered from Joann Fabric. It's $3.99 and I just cut it up with scissors, it's totally safe and it looks really good!!! I'll try to post the video on here too but it'll be on my YT iDionce this weekend. That would be perfect for you and your hands. LOL

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iDioncecastlegurl562

Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

Hi! Sorry for the delay. I would definitely recommend at least a really loose shoe. The glue really tightens the shoe up BUT it does loosen with wears.