Easy 4th of July Shoe DIY

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Red, White and Blue – nothing says America like a pair of DIY dyed shoes.  This 4th of July give these easy slip-ons a spin.  They are just as easy to make as they are cute.  Grab some dye and any pair of cloth shoes and your ready for patriotic crafty action!

How to dye a pair of shoes for 4th of July by Jennifer Perkins

SUPPLIES

  • Canvas Shoes
  • Fabric Dye
  • Small Paint Brush
  • Bleach
  • Container for Dying
Dying cloth shoes - Jennifer Perkins

Step 1

Mix the red dye according to package instructions.  Coat the front half of the shoes only in dye.  Allow to sit overnight.

Dying shoes red, white and blue by Jennifer Perkins

Step 2

Allow the red side to dry and do the same thing to the heels of the shoe with navy blue dye.  Allow to sit in dye bath for 6-8 hours.  Rinse shoes in cold water and then wash in the washing machine.

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Step 3

Using bleach and a small paint brush add stripes to the toes of the shoes and dots to the heals to reflect the United States flag.  Allow to sit until stars and stripes begin to appear and then rinse, wash and wear.

Easy dyed 4th of July Shoes by Jennifer Perkins

Not just for kids, the shoes are equally awesome for adults.  Perhaps you don’t live in the USA.  Same concept, different flag!  Can’t wait to see if you give these kicks a swirl.

***Please note this post was sponsored by I Love to Create.  I was compensated and given free supplies***

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