How to dye shoes
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Dyeing shoes is one of our favorite transformations. Whether it’s a pair you wish came in a specific color (and doesn’t) or shoes you own that just need updating, use Rit® to dye them to the color of your choosing. Follow along to see how!
Lisa DeVeux saved to Dyeing
How to dye suede leather shoes a new color the quick and easy way!
MyIdeas saved to Leather cleaning
Make those never worn shoes your new favorite pair with this great DIY idea (via /brittnimehlhoff/)
Learn how to customize your shoes in a fun way with this video and tutorial teaching you how to hydro dip vans. Hydro dipping is a cool way to customize a pair of vans or other shoes.
Alonna Fulmer saved to Clothes
Let's jump right to it.... When I saw these plain white shoes at Walmart for the low price of $4.44...or something crazy awesome like that I had to have them I walked around the store for about 40 minutes trying to decided which style I wanted. You would have thought I was making a major life decision....but I ended up choosing the Keds style. Pick out your color dye. I chose yellow for a very specific reason....you'll see why in a future post Start by saturating the shoes with water. This…
Rit Dye saved to Shoes | Rit Dye
Learn how to tie dye shoes using Sharpies and alcohol! It's easy enough for kids and fun for all ages. Tie Dye Shoes are a great summer craft project you can complete in under an hour
It's Always Autumn saved to Best of Pinterest
Ever wanted Chucks in your favorite color without paying for the custom pair? Learn how to dye chucks - or any canvas shoes - to the exact color you want.
Megan Schaefer saved to InfluenceHer Collective
I love my navy leather boots, in fact I've loved them to death (they have gotten old and tatty looking), so I hunted high and low for a replacement pair of nav
Angela Cummings saved to My Style Pinboard
Learn how to dye suede with amazing results!
Danae Herbert saved to crafts
I just love Dr Martens Shoes. I have done since I was about 17. Several years ago I had these tan leather Mary Jane DM shoes, which I wore all the time. You can see from the photo that they had become scuffed and rather tatty, to the point of being unsuitable to wear and they ended up relegated to the backof the shoe cupboard. A few weeks ago I was clearing out, and wondered if there was anything I could do to breathe new life into these that wasn't going to cost the earth. After a little…
Kathryn Close saved to Making Clothes