How to Make Disney Queen Elsa Shoes
Here is a very quick and easy tutorial on how to make your very own pair of Disney Frozen Queen Elsa’s Shoes. These are the perfect touch to your Halloween costume, or wear them just because. You can even make these beautiful Elsa shoes for kids. My 4 year old wants to be Elsa this year (what little girl doesn’t?) and the costume + accessories can get costly. I bought a pair of plain white dress shoes at a thrift store, like new, for just $2.00. Total score! So I wanted to show you how to make your very own Elsa shoes for CHEAP! No matter your crafting level, you can totally pull this off.
This is what I used:
– Thrift store shoes
– Sulyn 4 oz. Glitter Jar – Light Blue
– Tacky Glue
– Sponge brush
Start off with clean shoes. Make sure there isn’t anything that could prevent the glue from sticking.
Apply the glue with your sponge brush, only covering small sections at a time. you don’t want the glue to start drying before apply the glitter.
Shake enough glitter over the wet glue, covering it completely.
Shake off any access glitter so that you can continue to use it. We don’t waste…
Continue doing small sections until the entire shoe is covered.
You can use a protective spray if you want. This will keep all of the glitter in place and keep you from leaving a trail wherever you go.
And BOOM! You’re done. Told you it was easy. And look how much money you just saved. I googled a pair of Elsa shoes and look what I found. $70?! Bye Felecia! I like my “less than $5” version much better anyway.
You can use any color of glitter depending on your Halloween character. Red would be cute for Dorothy or Minnie Mouse. Be creative!
Heather saysNovember 1, 2015 at 5:36 pm
Oh. my. word! These are precious!!! My little girl is a Frozen fan… she’s five, and I think most little girls are Frozen fans who are her age.. LOL! I’ll seriously have to make these for her. She will LOVE this! Thanks so much for sharing it at last week’s Tips & Tricks linky party…. I hope you’ll join us again tomorrow night….
alicia szemon saysJanuary 8, 2016 at 11:16 am
these are too cute! i love the blue you used!