As I was flipping through the September issue of Lucky Magazine, I noticed everything is either studded, cap-toed, or getting pointy again. I thought to myself, “I like all of those things, but I would like them combined.” Thank the high heavens I held on to my Nine West pointed toe heels. In fact, the lady at the consignment store didn’t want them. It’s okay, lady. Your loss, my gain.
For the record, this is the easiest and shnazziest DIY project to bring a boring, old pair of shoes that are headed to the donation bin back to life. And it costs $3, assuming you already have a glue gun, which I’d be shocked if you didn’t and you are the crafty type. Or not. A glue gun is a household staple.
FYI, studs are super hard to find at craft stores right now since everyone and their pit bull are studding everything. I bought the seasonal Halloween pack from Michael’s, which has orange, black, and silver rhinestones and studs in it, however you can find some great studs here and here.
Let’s get on to the project!