ColorShot Lace Shoes DIY


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Wedding season is upon us, and whether you're part of a wedding party or just attending the wedding after party, the shoes you'll be wearing are oh so important. Comfort is key if you're like me and will be spending the entire evening on the dance floor, but who wants to sacrifice cuteness for comfort?! Break tradition this wedding season with cute shoes that are uber comfortable ... like this pair of lacy-looking Chucks. Read on to see how easy it is to take a pair of comfy kicks from casual to chic with Tulip ColorShot and a swatch of lace.

What you need:

- Tulip® ColorShot® Instant Fabric Color - Rosegold Shimmer
- White canvas shoes
- Lace
- Aleene's® Repositionable Tacky Spray
- Masking tape
- Paper towels

Getting this look really only takes a few steps! First you'll want to remove the laces and mask off all areas you don't want spray on, like the soles and toes, etc. Then you'll need to spray the backside of your lace swatch with Repositionable Tacky Spray then press adhesive side down onto your shoe, making sure the lace swatch is sticking securely on the shoe.

Spray a light coat of Rosegold Shimmer ColorShot over the lace on the shoe and let dry. Repeat with an additional coat if you want more of an opaque look. Once you're happy with your color coverage, let dry then remove the lace and repeat on the other shoe. Check out this post for a step-by-step tutorial on the lace stenciling technique.

These shoes were definitely made for dancing the night away ... and still looking super cute!

Special thanks to our model Sarah from Hazel and Bean for getting all fancified for this shoot! You can follow her on Instagram here.

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Published Date

May 26, 2016