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Thumbtacks + wedges = Jeffrey Campbell!

A while back I saw a post on Outsapop and I've been searching for a pair of shoes to use! I finally found a pair at Urban Outfitters for 10$ on clearance and I went out and got some thumbtacks. (600 of them!)


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  1. How to make a pair of studded shoes. Jeffrey Campbell Shoes Diy - Step 1 1

    After you have all of your supplies, start spreading the strong glue in little sections on the shoe. I started at the bottom and moved up when I put the thumbtacks in the shoes.

  2. How to make a pair of studded shoes. Jeffrey Campbell Shoes Diy - Step 2 2

    Keep going until the base is covered. I would recommend to have cork/soft wedges that are easy to push in. My fingers still hurt afterwards! :)

  3. How to make a pair of studded shoes. Jeffrey Campbell Shoes Diy - Step 3 3

    After you have covered the base with thumbtacks, start painting the shoe in a color of your choice. It would probably be easier to do this before you put in the tacks, but the paint I ordered had not come in yet.

  4. How to make a pair of studded shoes. Jeffrey Campbell Shoes Diy - Step 4 4

    I also painted the heels that you could see so the shoes don't look strange. After that, you have your very own pair of Jeffrey Campbell "Tick" shoes! At a much, much lower price.

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OhSillyMeXD
OhSillyMeXD · Loja, Ecuador, Ecuador · 2 projects

sooo cute OMG!!

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ruth.mocorro
ruth.mocorro · PH

i will definitely try this one out! ;)

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Cassandra
Cassandra · Wonderland, Georgia, United States · 48 projects

These are gorgeous!

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♥ mitzi ♥
♥ mitzi ♥ · 5 projects

amazing, I love you ♥ :D

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Stacie G.
Stacie G. · US · 39 projects

@Faith D. -- I did use just regular acrylic, it actually is holding up perfectly well. I would have used fabric paint but I couldnt find any in NYC and I didnt want to order any online because I couldnt find the perfect color. :)

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faith!
faith! · 1 project

what kind of paint did you use? just regular acrylic?

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K.C.W.
K.C.W. · US

that looks so professional! I'm going to have to try those :)

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m0rbid
m0rbid · , · 2 projects

You PAINTED those shoes? They look FANTASTIC! I am definitely see a redo of this project some time in my future! Fabulous!

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Pink Custard
Pink Custard · , , · 1 project

wheyy!! im so gonna make those for this summer :)xx

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carlyjcais
carlyjcais · US · 61 projects

Ha! Those look FABULOUS! I was going to do a DIY tutorial for these but you beat me to it:-) Great job!
xoxox
Carly

http://chicsteals.blogspot.com

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