I have this great Cap shield that I used for cosplay, but the problem is that it scratched up rather easily. Now I have a great shield, but it is not looking so great these days.
I decided to do the girliest thing possible and glitter it!
It took about three months in total to do it. Because I wanted to make sure the different colors of glitter didn’t run into the others, I had to start from the inside and work my way outwards.
I used the products pictured below. Click on the links here for the glitter, brushes, glue and sealer. All available on Amazon.
Happy Shopping and send us pictures of your creations!
Love, Kim and Benji
I’ve talked a lot about these DIY sneakers as of late. It is about time to show you how to make your own.
You will need:
- Fabric Paint
- Paint Brush
First, the shoe. I have arthritis in my right knee, which makes walking a lot difficult. So, I found a great walking shoe from Skechers. Get your own with this link.
Now, the fabric paint. Click on this link to get your own. Lastly, the brush. Click here to get your paint brush.
Now, basically a saddle shoe is just what the name implies. It is a shoe that looks like it has a little saddle on it. You can get any color shoe and any color paint and just go bananas if you want to. There are no rules here. You can match them with your outfit. You can get a very inexpensive shoe if you they are for a one-off costume. You can find very inexpensive sneakers in a variety of colors just about anywhere. I chose my shoe because it was super good for walking all day.
So first thing, you need to chose how big or small you want the saddle to be. Choose a natural line on the shoe to mark it. Like in the pic below:
You can see where the stitching makes a guide line for me to paint.
Then you just put a coat of paint on the shoe, wait a day and do one more and you are all set!
And there is the finished product! They turned out great, and have saved my feet at a number of adventures since.
Love, Kim and Benji
*Pro photos by Justin Davidson Photography