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Big Blossom DIY Shoes

If you are one of those brides that is scared of tripping down the aisle in unsteady heels, these Big Blossom DIY Shoes will be your new best friend. These DIY wedding shoes are crazy easy to create and super comfortable, too. Even if you want to wear heels down the aisle, these comfortable wedding shoes would be a great wardrobe change for the reception, especially if you plan on dancing the night away. These would make fantastic gifts for your bridesmaids, too.

Time to complete: Under an hour


Estimated Cost: $21-$30

Big Blossom DIY Shoes


  • Aleene's® Fabric Fusion® Peel and Stick Sheets™
  • Fabric rosettes
  • Iron-on crystals - if desired
  • Fabric flowers
  • White satin flat shoes

1.) Cut Peel & Stick Sheets to desired size. Peel off adhesive backing and adhere fabric rosettes to toe of shoe.

2.) *Add iron-on crystals to smaller fabric flowers.

3.) Use small squares of Peel & Stick sheet to adhere smaller fabric flowers around larger rosette.

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These are so pretty that I could see them on shoes for any special event, not just a wedding! You can take it a step further by creating your own fabric flowers so you get the exact size and color! Just cut some circles by hand, doesn't have to be perfect, out of satin or tulle fabric, cut three slits and hold each section carefully over a flame. Layer different sizes and glue them together and add little pearls or sequins! Great idea and great look!


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