Turn any old pair of Cowboy Boots into rustic beauties!
Several months ago I decided I needed a pair of cowboy boots. Naturally, Pinterest obliged by finding me the most beautiful, expensive boots EVER to fall in love with. And, naturally, I decided I could probably make some for way cheaper.
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Fill the boots with paper towels or old grocery bags so they stand up straight and to protect the insides. I used grocery bags, because for some reason I can't seem to get rid of them. Finally! I have found a use! Spray paint the boots with two coats of tan spray paint. Wait 15 minutes between coats. Let dry 30 minutes.
Next you'll use a small paint brush to paint inside the stitching. Only do one coat. When you get to the stitches don't use too much paint. You just want to lightly coat it with a dryish brush. If you mess up, don't worry, I promise no one will be able to tell when you're all done. I chose to paint the whole bottom of the boots turquoise too, just to give them a little extra something.