Boots are the must-have footwear for winter time, but when the spring arrives it is a time to replace them with some flats. Flats can be found in so many different styles and colors, and you will for sure need more than one pair to complete all of your spring outfits. And besides heading to the store to get a new pair, you may also try to upgrade some plain ones or give a new look to your old pair. So, for that purpose, today, we have chosen several DIY flats that you can easily make this spring.
These DIY projects are quite versatile and there is definitely a pair of flats for everyone’s taste. Whether you want to add some rhinestones, studs, sequins, dots, chain etc., we have got you covered with the following step-by-step tutorials. Also, lace up flats will be really popular this spring, so we thought that you may want to do some on your own instead of spend money on new ones. And not to forget to mention that you can upgrade any plain flats by adding some eye-catching shoe clips. Go ahead now and check out the DIY flats that we have chosen for you today and choose which one you will try to copy. Enjoy!
DIY Lace Up Flats
DIY Nutcracker Inspired Ballet Slipper
DIY Sequin Cap Toe Flats
DIY Rhinestone Flats
DIY Masked Printed Geometric Flats
DIY Leopard Lace Up Flats
These DIY projects are easy to be done and they are a good alternative to some expensive flats that you don’t want to spend money on. The materials needed are most often found at really affordable prices and with some basic gluing and painting skills you can chain the look of any plain flats. Scroll down now to see the rest of the step-by-step tutorials that we have chosen for you today and do not hesitate to do some of them.
DIY Chain Ankle Strap Flats
DIY Glitter Heart Shoes
DIY Embellished Velvet Flats
DIY Mod Tip Flats And Shoe Clips
DIY Dipped And Polka Dotted Flats
DIY Valentino Inspired Flats
These were the DIY Flats that we have chosen for you today and we hope that you liked them. Tell us in the comments which one of them you would try to do this spring. Thank you for reading and don’t forget to stay up to date with the content of Fashionsy to find many other DIY fashion projects that will save you some money.