Sugar Skull Appliqué Shoes

Sugar Skull Applique Shoes

I love it when I find flats on sale at the shoe store. They offer so much craftability. I scored this camo set and decided to use my Crafty Chica sugar skull appliqués on them. They were just the right size and they came out soo  cute! OK, this one is pretty self-explanatory, it will take you 10 minutes to make these, but here are the steps just in case!

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You’ll need a pair of flats, plus two Crafty Chica appliques. Oh! And an iron or fabric glue.

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Position the applique where you want it and iron in place. If it is kinda curvy, go ahead and use fabric glue  – use clothespins to hold the applique in place while the glue dries.

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Here is where you can buy them! Crafty Chica Skull Flower Appliques

Love & light,


3 Responses

  1. Have you ever thought of making your appliqués the exact opposite of each other.. or I guess it would be a mirror image so that when you use them on shoes or other pair of things they would be a mirror image. Not sure if you get what I mean, sort for not being able to express my thought better. It’s just a suggestion.

    VIDA

  2. Have you ever thought of making your appliqués an exact mirror image so that way if you use them on shoes or anything that is in pairs they would be the exact opposite of each other? Just a suggestion. thanks

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