Monday, June 13, 2011

diy: lace-covered heels


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19 comments:

Gertrude said...

Love the result! Thanks for sharing :) xo

DaniellaBella said...

Genius! so pretty!

Danielle Celeste Couture said...

Thank you for the top-drawer idea. Yours look like they came out excellent. You could also add other things like trims especially if you have seams you want to hide. Excellent work!!

Monique said...

You have the BEST DIY ideas!! xxxxxx

Trees said...

Brilliant! A simple idea but so effective:)

Stef / Diversions said...

Those are glorious! Love them and this detailed guide :)

Demüre said...

i love this!!! such a cute idea!!
amazing post!!

stuph said...

holy moly, that's awesome.

Roxie said...

These look awesome! What an easy to follow DIY!

much love.



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Laura said...

WOW, cute shoes! :)
- Laura S

Celynne said...

Gotta chime in with another "Awesome!" I need to do this sometime.

Salazar said...

Gorgeous! Can't wait to see them on you for EBEW :)

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C. said...

These are absolutely gorgeous!
...that is all. :)

Nic said...

very creative!! i LOVE this diy post.

~nic
www.nics-picks.com

Julie said...

so cute!

Cammila Albertson said...

You're killing me.

I should do a parody post of this, where I attempt your instructions, but by the end I have somehow covered my cat in lace.

Seriously though, you clearly did an amazing job and I can't WAIT to see you wear them. :)

Anja said...

I just wanted to scream when I saw this. You are a freakin' genius! Love this DIY and will have to try it out right away! Love it!

Unknown said...

Thank you for the amazing idea! i have been trying to find a decent lace covered heels for graduation!!

Barbara said...

Wow you are really brave for taking on this project, nice idea and results :)
I reconstructed an old turtleneck into a top with lace panels and a petercpan collar, please check It out:  http://whatscraftdoc.blogspot.co.uk/2013/05/diy-from-turtleneck-to-lace-panels-top.html