DIY Flip Flops Ideas

I’ve found 8 of the easiest and cutest designs of flip flops that can help you to make your own. If your not satisfied with the design of your slippers and you want to beautify it try these designs that I’ve found. These designs were very easy and you can use cheap and recycled materials on it, but you’ll be comfortable when you wear it. You don’t need to spend a lot of money for these. You’ll see some designs for kids, summer and others.

Knot So Hard Flip Flops

This cute flip flops only takes less than 30 minutes and it’s very easy. There’s no sewing required, you just need to knot and glue it if you want. All you need is a scrap fabric and off course a pair flip flops and you’re ready. Click here for instructions.

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Macramé Sandals

Macramé sandals also doesn’t require sewing, you just need to know how to do square knots but it would be easy for you. You only need to prepare a pair of flip flops, T-shirt yarn  and scissors and you’re set. You can also make your own yarn from your old T-shirts. Click here for instructions.

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Beaded Flip Flops

Summer is the perfect time to wear this beaded flip flops while you’re walking in the beach together with your family. This is very easy and affordable, all you need to prepare are pair of flip flops, ribbon, assorted sizes of beads, shells, hot glue, needle and a thread. Click here for the steps.

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Buttoned Down Flip Flops

This is very easy to do. You’ll have fun while doing thing adorable and colorful flip flops design. Using different colors and sizes of buttons, ribbon and a glue, you can make your own colorful design of this flip flops or what ever design you want. Click here for instructions.

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Ruffled T-Strap

If you want a sandals that can be paired with jeans, skirts and others, this one is perfect for you. This is so cute, it will look great in any colors and in any sizes of its ruffles. Click here for the steps.

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Look how these flip flops were decorated, you can make your own flip flops designs too. If you want one of these designs, click here to see and learn how to these.

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DIY Popsicle Stick Frame

After eating popsicle, you can keep its stick after cleaning it for future use. When you already have collected many popsicle sticks, you can create a lot of crafts made out of these, like the popsicle stick frame. You can make many designs like these:

  • Popsicle Stick Frame

This one is simple, easy and can be done even by kids. Watch the video tutorial

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  •  Popsicle Stick Button Frame.

    This is almost the same as the first one but the difference is, this frame has buttons pasted on the popsicle sticks. It also has a bible verse written at the bottom of the frame. All you need are buttons, popsicle sticks, glue and a black skinny sharpie. Click here for the steps

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  • Puzzle on Popsicle Stick Frame

Using the small pieces of your old puzzles and popsicle sticks, you can create a little Christmas frame. You can use it as a home decor or a picture frame. First, form a square or frame using the popsicle sticks. Then paste the pieces of puzzles to the popsicle stick frame. And if you want, you can paint the whole frame with green and red and put a ribbon at the side.

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  • Stenciled Popsicle Stick Frame

This will be more difficult than the others. But this one is more beautiful and artful. You only need to prepare popsicle stick, glitters, mod podge rocks stencils in starlight, spouncer and a hot glue. Click here for the steps

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5 DIY Lovely Headband Designs For Girls

This headbands were perfect for little kids and some teens. This is easy to make and has lesser expenses because you don’t need to buy many materials for this.

Ribbon Flower Headband

When I first saw this design of Hilda Hu I already love it. Those three purple flower ribbons are so cute, and I know that your kids will love it too. Click here for materials and steps

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Felt Headband With Green Bows

This Hilda Hu’s another piece. The combination of color yellow and green really looks good. You can also combine other colors if you like to. Using felt, white acrylic cabochons, headband, scissors and a glue you can already make a headband like this. Click here for the steps

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Braided Headbands With Ribbon

Designed by April Young

Learn how to make a braided headband with ribbons by following the pattern and skill. Once you understand it, it will be easy to you to make the headband faster. This fits to teens and little girls. You only need Satin ribbons, blank headband, glue and scissors to make this headband. Click here for the steps

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Ribbon Button Headbands

Little girls will surely like this adorable red ribbon button headband. All you need to prepare is a headband, ribbon, 4-hole button, glue, scissors and a marker. Click here for tutorial

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Stretchy Button Headband

Designed by Ashley Stock

So this one is quite different from the first four examples because this one is a stretchy headband. But this one is easier than the other four. You just need to sew the buttons on the headband alternately. Click here for the steps

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