And shoes just for fun. Plus we recently blogged about our friend Leanne's anniversary party shoes. But what about your honeymoon? Isn't that a celebratory event that deserves its own footwear (fit for a queen)? We say, "Of course!"
One Sassy Feet fan, Kiki, thinks so too. She recently sent us before, during, and after photos of the shoes she planned on slipping into on her honeymoon cruise. She writes:
Here are a few tips to remember when you set forth on an endeavor like this that requires so much patience:
- If you are trying to get a few more miles out of a cracked shoe, gently rub the damaged area with fine grit sandpaper before applying the paint.
- When applying embellishments that are rigid (such as flat back crystals), test the shoe for the bendy bits. Crystals can pop right off the parts of the shoe that flex, even if you use the right glue.
- Speaking of glue, we would recommend either E6000, carefully applied with a toothpick, or Gemtac for a project like this.
- DON'T BE AFRAID! Your patience, and bravery, will be rewarded sheer excessive beauty. Just ask Kiki!