Top 5 DIY Embroidered Sneakers Round Up

Le 28 August 2015
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    Labor Day is almost here and you know what that means. This is the last chance to wear your white sneakers! (Assuming anyone still pays attention to that antiquated style suggestion, of course.) Either way, we've got some stylin' #DIY kicks for you to help step up your pre-Labor Day look. Check out these 5 fun ways to add some DIY designer flare to your white shoes before it's too late.  

    Top 5 DIY White Sneaker Projects:

    We just LOVE these DIY Owl Sneakers. But come on, who wouldn't? They're fun, super cute and so easy to make. Check out our Free DIY instructions on how to make these super adorbs shoes in just an hour! [caption id="attachment_969" align="aligncenter" width="660"] Source: Commonthread by DMC DIY Free Projects[/caption]   You scream, I scream, we all scream for DIY Ice Cream embroidered sneakers complete with sprinkles and a cherry pompom. With these sweet kicks it’s ALWAYS time to get your ice cream social on. Check out our Free DIY Instructions, courtesy of Studio DIY in collaboration with Commonthread. [caption id="attachment_506" align="aligncenter" width="660"]ice-cream-sneakers-14 Source: Studio DIY in collaboration with Commonthread by DMC [/caption]   Stitching a few small flowers may not seem like much but sometimes less is definitely more. Subtle and super cute, these fun flowery shoes are perfect for lazily lounging on sunny day in the park or a weekend get away. [caption id="attachment_975" align="aligncenter" width="660"] Source: Annie Pilon DIY[/caption]   Sometimes all you need is a an unexpected splash of color. Stitch some color transitions of small simple shapes will not only give your Chucks some eye catching details but they're a perfect way to make them completely one-of-a-kind! [caption id="attachment_973" align="aligncenter" width="660"]Top 5 DIY Sneaker Round Up 4 Source: Free People Blog[/caption]   These super cute embroidered Converse shoes, courtesy of Mesh from right where i left off, are a perfect example of how in just minutes you can take your shoes form drab to fab. With just a needle and a little DMC embroidery floss you can give your sneakers a one of a kind look that  you can't find in a store. [caption id="attachment_972" align="aligncenter" width="660"]Top 5 DIY Sneaker Round Up 3 Source: right where i left off[/caption]    

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