I love to craft.I make kids crafts, gifts, and decorations for Mom-Stuff.com
Sunday, June 27, 2010
Funky Flip Flops
A pair of inexpensive flip-flops. I have found them at Old Navy for $2.50.
Ribbon or fabric stripes. (Fabric strips will give a frayed look)
Cut the ribbon into 5-inch lengths and tie them to the stapes of the flip-flops. Make sure you tie a square knot so the knot does not come undone. (Left over right and then right over left) We found that this project gives a fuller, funky look if you alternate the way you tie the knots. We like this way on decorating your summer flip-flops because they last through the summer. You do not need to worry about any glue melting. The girls loved their funky flip-flops. I made some in red white and blue for the 4th of July. I will post the pic for you when I find it.
I love to make crafts with my son and my nieces. I am the a team member at www.mom-stuff.com. I am the kids craft specialist. These are some of the crafts I have enjoyed making and would recommend trying. They were a lot of fun. I love to watch the kids creativity grow.