Introduction: Don'cha Want Shoe-Booties?
Don'cha have some ol' sneakers float'n around the house that you've not thrown away because they're sooo comfy? But you just can't wear 'em because of your significant other's constant nagg'n about how nasty they look? Well grab those good ol' sneakers and give 'em an overhaul with Shoe-Booties.
This fashionable sneaker bootie will transform those ratty old comfy tennis shoes into a sporty new look with half the cost of a new pair that would take months to break in. Using a few child's play scissor skills, some old shoes, three hats, sewing pins, sewing machine (or other appropriate sewing system), some thread, and glue gun with glue sticks those old sneakers will give you another ten years of team spirit like never before.
Wear 'em at the game while sport'n your team; the local bowling ally; or even your cousin Jeb's wedding.
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Step 1: Supplies
3 Matching team caps
Glue gun and glue sticks (glue sticks not shown)
Sewing machine optional
Step 2: Remove Tags
Step 3: Remove Button
Step 4: Trim Seams
Step 5: Folding and Pinning
Step 6: Sew the Hem
Step 7: Trimming the Extra Fabric
Repeat step 6 to add strength.
There will be two seams.
Step 8: Gluing
Step 9: Final Thoughts
Comfy Sneakers are carefully chosen, groomed to perfection, and most difficult to part with once their beautiful exterior begins to fade into the background of the nagging "you're going to wear those?"
Knowing that you can transform the exterior appearance in a spirited way without sacrificing the footprint in the soul of the shoe, Don'cha want Shoe-Booties?
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