Happy St. Patrick's Day!!! All week we've been posting our favorite foods, styling, and crafts from our brunch in honor of the holiday and I have one last DIY to share today. This one came about because I wanted to add a touch of gold to a pair of old flats for our brunch and just happened to find this old, scuffed up green pair in the back of my closet. Perfect! You could do this with any color ballet flats, just clean them up a little before adding your metallic touches.
Painting the toes of your shoes is quick and easy and only takes these three items: gold spray paint, painters tape, a few plastic grocery store bags. To get started place a line of tape down where you want the paint to end on the toes of your shoes. I let my tape line slightly curve around the toe and wrapped all the way to the sole. Then wrap the entire rest of the shoe with one of the plastic bags to protect it from getting painted and tape this down to your previous tape line, so only the toe of the shoe is showing. Take outside and apply a couple of coats of your gold spray paint, allowing each coat to fully dry. You could add a clear coat on top for added protection. Now put on something fancy and show of your new twinkle toes!