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Want to work a little patriotism into your wardrobe? These cute flip-flops just may be the solution for you! Trendy and summery, these patriotic flip-flops are sure to be a hit for any fashionista! Designed by Margot Potter via I Love to Create Blog
Type of CraftEdit
- Rubber Flip-Flops
- 3/10" wide navy blue ribbon with white stitching
- 1/4" wide dark red rick rack trim
- 2" wooden craft stars
- 2 silver-plated head pins or 20 gauge silver-plated craft wire
- Aleene's Liquid Fusion Glue
- Aleene's Jewelry and Metal Glue
- Tulip Fashion Graffiti Big Phat fabric marker blue
- Crafty Chica Little Chica Paint Pack paint white
- 8492-L Dawn Hauser Star rubber stamp from Inkadinkado
- Elasticity clear stretch elastic cord
- Round nose pliers
- Flush cutters
- Non stick craft sheet
- Electric drill with 1/16" bit
1. Use fabric marker to color star top and sides blue. Allow to dry. 2. Use brayer or foam applicator to spread paint on a non-stick sheet or directly on surface of stamp. Test print. Stamp on the stars. Allow to dry. 3. Glue blue ribbon trim to center of flip flop straps, starting at the bottom of the strap, tucking the ribbon into the space at the bottom and working your way to the center. It doesn't have to be pretty, the stars will cover it. 4. Glue rick-rack trim to center of blue ribbon again starting at the bottom of each strap, tucking the ribbon in and working to the front. Allow to dry. 5. Drill a hole in the center of each star. 6. Wrap rick rack trim around three times to create a 1 3/4" ribbon shape. There should be two loops on each ribbon. 7. Make a large loop at the top of a head pin, thread the center of your ribbon into the loop and secure it with the chain nose pliers. Thread this into the center of the star. 8. Use round nose pliers to create a loop flush to the back of each star, cut off excess wire before looping. The wire should be approximately 1/4" long before you grasp it with your round nose pliers at the end and wrap it around the jaw creating a round loop. Make sure the loop is secured closed. 9. Thread a 2.5" segment of Elasticity into the loop at the back of the star and around the front end of one side of the strap on your flip-flop. Tie it into a double knot. Dab the knot with some jeweler's glue. Repeat for the other side of the same strap to secure the star. Repeat for second flip flop. Allow glue to dry before wearing flip-flops.