DIY: Bejeweled Sandals




This Spring and Summer flat sandal are in!! These sandals are essential for wearing maxi skirts, maxi dressing, casual outfits with boyfriend jeans and crop tops. Not only are flat sandal the thing of the season, but these sandals are now covered in beautiful gems. These gorgeous bejeweled sandals can easily upgrade your casual outfit too a glam outfit. They can also break the bank, many of these sandals can cost over $100. Not only are these sandals beautiful but they seemed pretty simple to recreate. I took a stab at making my own and was very happy with my results. Here is how to get your own beautiful yet frugal jeweled sandals


Flat Sandals with a plain band (I purchased my Enzo Angiolini sandals on clearance online)

Assorted gems (I purchased my at 50% at Hobby Lobby)

Craft glue (I used E6000)

Bead holders or your hands

Pen and paper




Make sure whatever sandals you are going to decorate are clean so your gems can adhere easily. Take your ruler and measure the area you plan on placing your gems. Make a stencil of the area on your piece of paper. Place your gems in your stenciled area. Once you are satisfied with the way your gems look in the stencil, it is now time to attach them to your sandals. Start with one shoe at a time and work with a small area at a time. Place the glue on the shoe and then apply your gems working a small batches. Once finished with the other shoe move on to the next shoe. Use your bead holder or fingers to adjust the gems so they are symmetrical on each shoe. Once finished place shoes on flat surface and allow them to dry overnight. Your shoes are now fabulous and ready to rock!! (pun intended 🙂 )

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