Wednesday, 17 October 2012

Studded ballet flats

 Studs and spikes are an absolute must have this season (next to burgundy (and) leather). In case you still haven't procured yourself this fall's trends, I made a simple DIY to be on trend easily and on the budget.

You'll need:
- a pair of simple plain ballet flats (I got mine at H&M)
- 40 10mm triangle studs (I found them on the Ebay quite cheap, but waited for a month to have them delivered from Hong Kong)
- scissors (I used them to press the studs into the shoe and to close the studs)
- 10 minutes of your precious time

 Place a stud on the front part of the shoe to your liking. Press it well onto the shoe, and close the stud on the inner side of the shoe. Continue placing the studs leaving about 10mm of space in between the two (the size of a stud) until you have the whole line covered.

Go out and show them to the world!
P.S. I love my new shoes!


  1. love this post! really cool

    want to follow each other? :)

  2. Love this DIY!!! They look great!!

    PS. I'd love it if you could visit my blog and follow me if you like it!! :)


  3. it´s the best, love your ideas.

  4. great photos, great blog!

    do u want follow each other?


  5. great way to spice up a pair of shoes

    x Cammie

  6. nice! I did a DIY spike heel post on my blog as well, you might be interested!
    would you like to follow each other?

  7. Lovely flats! Following you on GFC! It will be great if you can check my blog!

    Kisses, Lucy!

    1. Thank you for following, I really like your blog!

  8. Bellissima idea!Le ballerine prima erano un po anonime,ma con un po di originalità ora sono davvero belle! :)