I have a thing about shoes, I like them to be pretty. I am that girl who buys a pair of shoes not just because they are practical but because they look pretty on my shoe rack. I am a half size, so I often end up having to buy a size up and popping in an innersole. In order to keep them pretty, a few years ago I started covering those hideous beige innersoles with pretty fabrics, so today I am going to share how I do it, so you can make all your shoes extra pretty too.
Just a note, if you don't need the addition of the padded innersole, you can just swap them out for medium weight interfacing to get all the pretty but without the padding.
You will need: pretty fabric, a pair of cheap innersoles, scissors, Bondaweb (fusable web) and an iron.
Bondaweb or fusable web is one of my 'go to' craft items. It is a web of heat activated glue with a paper backing, brilliant stuff!
I started by cutting a piece of Bondaweb and my piece of fabric big enough to fit my two innersoles on.
Then placing my bondaweb glue side down on to the back of my fabric iron the two together.
I leave it to cool for a moment whilst I cut my innersoles to size before peeling the paper backing away.
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