I used to live in flip flops. I had a favorite leather pair that I wore for years. Then suddenly one day I couldn’t tolerate the strap between my toes. I don’t know what happened, but I have to be very picky about what I wear now. I made myself some flip flop covers a few years ago, which made them a little more tolerable, but they’re still not my favorite. It makes me sad, because I love the convenience and style options!
There is nothing cuter in this world than baby shoes. The irony is, they don’t need them. For a pretty solution to unnecessarily covering up those tiny toes, try these Barefoot Baby Sandals from Craftaholics Anonymous.
For the littles that are old enough to need shoes but have trouble keeping them on their feet, Make it and Love it has the solution with these Interchangeable Flip Flop Back Straps.
I have some shoes very similar to the ones used by Me Making Do for this wedge sandal refashion. This might have to happen!
I love the black and white ribbon used on May Arts for these embellished flip flops.
The easy tutorial makes these Dip Dyed Shoes from Frankie seem doable.
I’m intrigued by these DIY shoes from Pikkpack. Apparently, you choose the ribbon and leather colors and they arrive flat-packed, Ikea-style, for you to assemble.
My daughter loves her Toms. In fact, she, all the bridesmaids and her flower girl wore them for the wedding. Eventually, they do wear out though. I’ll have to show her how she can give them a second life with this tutorial from Midwestern Thread.
Now here’s a flip flop I could consider. This fabric makeover by The Mother Huddle makes them look much more toe-friendly.
I wear slippers in the house, even in the summer, but sometimes it’s too hot. These Summer Slippers from Lady Harvatine would be great for those sweltering days.
These Macrame Sandals from My White Idea look as fun to make as they would be to wear.