Posts Tagged ‘sandals’

May 29th, 2014 | By | 2 Comments

DIY: How To Fix A Broken Sandal

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If you’re a fan of the rubber flip flop, you know that blow-outs are inevitable at some point of said flip flop’s lifespan. And as experience tells us, major breaks rarely happen when you’re flopping around the house or on a nice soft-sand beach. Nope. They happen when it’s 100 degrees out and you have to traverse boulders before walking home on scorching asphalt…up hill, both ways. Which leaves us to think that anyone posting a quick fix for a broken flip flop with materials found at your house (but rarely in your purse/beach bag), may not be the rubber sandal-wearing DIYer they claim to be.
Read on for a few choices for the emergency DIY – for when you don’t have access to a shed full of materials… (more…)

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July 12th, 2013 | By | 1,156 Comments

DIY: Yarn Bombed Sandals

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DIY: Yarn Bombed Sandals
Or as I like to call them, my friendship flops, or stringer slippahs for those of the island persuasion. This week’s DIY inspo came from pure logic: rainbows are rad, sandal season, also rad. So, logically speaking of course, rainbow sandals = rad. Yeah, I didn’t just go to school to eat lunch. This 20-minute transformation lets you customize your classics, while adding a little extra cushion to the straps. Get out a pair of rubber flip flops (or leather sandals if you’re feeling fancy)  and let your friendship flag fly.
Read on for the how-to… (more…)