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This Is How You Can Revamp Your Old Flip Flops

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It’s open-toe season, and I am all set to rock my flawless summer-friendly pedicure designs. While my pedicure shines on, a cute pair of flip flops can do no harm, amping up my summer style game! But my closet is overflowing with at least a dozen pairs of flip flops, and my mom would disown me if I bought another pair. So, I decided to revamp a pair of flip flops I already own!

Check out what I did, and go ahead and DIY your old flip flops for the summer.

Things you will need:

  • Flip Flops
  • Ribbon
  • Fabric Glue
  • Needle and Thread
  • Scissors
  • Beads
  • Pearls

Steps you need to follow:

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Step 1: Push the strap of the flip flop downwards, and insert a ribbon through it. Now tie the ribbon around the end of the strap, and pull it back up in order to secure it.

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Step 2: Wrap the ribbon around the entire strap and secure it with a knot, on the other end, the same way you did for the beginning of the strap.

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Step 3: Take a new piece of ribbon and tie it at the centre of the stem.

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Step 4: Create a zig zag pattern in order to create a sturdy base to attach the pearls and beads on it. Keep the loops a little loose, and keep trying on the flip flops so that they are not too tight once you’re done.

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Step 5: Sew the ribbons together with a needle and thread, and then start sewing all the pearls onto the ribbon.

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Step 6: Apply some fabric glue between the gaps, and sprinkle the tiny beads on it. Let it dry overnight, so that the beads don’t fall out at each step.

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You are all set to rock this fabulous pair of flip flops this summer.

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Hauterfly's Content Writer and Video Producer, Kreena is a sucker for all things DIY. In love with nail art, beauty, fashion, textiles, and all things creative under the sun, she follows the mantra: Why buy, when you can DIY?!

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