Comic Book Shoes

Hello Pretties,

It’s been way too long. I have a lot to share with you lovelies, some fun diy projects, wedding photos, product reviews etc.

Creativity and originality is very important to me. This diy project is just that. While navigating through Pinterest I saw these cool comic book shoes and decided I absolutely had to try it.

Lucky for me at the time I was doing spring cleaning and found a pair of heals I no longer cared for. Instead of tossing them I gave them a complete make over. The results were absolutely amazing.

Best thing about this project is that it is budget friendly and you will never get the same results as anyone else.

List of supplies:

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  • Shoes
  • Comic book
  • Paint brush
  • Mod Podge (waterbase sealer, glue and finish)
  • Scissors
  • Patience

This project can get a little messy, make sure to work in ample space with a sturdy table to work on.

Step 1:
Begin by cutting out the comic strips. You may chose to tell a story or just select random scenes/images. Mine tells a love/hate romance story between Superwoman and Superman.

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Step 2:
Find a spot for the strip. Make sure it fits nicely before applying glue (Mod Podge), cut if necessary.

Step 3:
Glue strip unto the shoe.

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Step 4:
Repeat steps 1-3 until the shoes is completely covered.

Step 5:
Cover entire shoes with Mod Podge. At this point it will work as a sealer and gloss. It may look white when applied it but when it dries it will be transparent.

Step 6:
Allow the shoes to dry.

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And there you have it comic book shoes. It’s that simple.

Enjoy chicas.

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