FRINGE TASSEL SLIPPERS IN THREE EASY STEPS
Tassel and fringe slippers have become a must-have so to say in every girl’s wardrobe, but sometimes it may not be convenient for us to break our piggy bank to slay some tassel slippers.
That being said … you know I gat you … I am a die-hard do it yourself lady and when I stumbled on some pieces of stuff I thought I should put this together for my DIY lovers and those on- a-budget sisters out there.
Let me give a little background story. I was walking down the Instagram aisle and behold I was staring at @caxshe’s photos, wearing a pair of beautiful tassel fringe slippers.
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She has the best picture of herself and her cute daughter. A little voice in my head said I need to DIY this ASAP, I can’t wait till I have 30 billion in my account before I rock these tassel slippers.
Let’s get DIY’IN
You will need the following items for the fringe tassel slippers:
- A pair of scissors or blade
- Tassels or fringes about a yard
- Hot glue gun, super glue, UHU, E6000 glue ( any glue of your choice)
- Slide slippers ( I revamped an old one I had)
If you are using slide slippers like mine with decorations, carefully remove the decorations on top using scissors or blade depending on the type of embellishments or decorations you have. Make sure the surface is properly cleaned and dry to allow the glue you would be applying adhere properly.
Measure out the length of the tassel cord that will cover the top of your slippers, do these in steps till you cover the whole surface. You can cut-out and attach later or cut and attach as you go.
Snap the hell out of these new cuties and tag me @stylebeatbyzobam. I got new raffia props from Jakonde market in Lagos with the help of my friend and blogger @gyifted. I am trying to be like Mind of Amaka the flatlay queen. Have you seen her flatlays?
I would like to know what you think about these compositions that I came up with so far. Did you like the Tassel slippers DIY? I just noticed that they covered my toes… Yaay! To bad pedicure day.
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