How To Make Shoes Like TOMS for Dolls

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  • A few weeks ago I saw a link on Pinterest showing how to use Mod Podge and fabric to customize a pair of flats. This got me thinking,”Could I make shoes like TOMS ® using just Mod Podge?” I had to try it! Below is the video showing the entire process. It takes just a few hours because of the drying time, but they turned out so cute! They are super sturdy and will last forever :)
  • You can find Mod Podge at your local craft store, or we have it in the LJ Notions and Supplies store online.
  • There is also a tutorial video showing how to do just plain fabric coverd flats. You can see it HERE.
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11 Responses to “How To Make Shoes Like TOMS for Dolls”

  1. Maddie says:

    Cinnamon— do we have to use Mod Podge?

  2. Trish says:

    That is the best use of those inexpensive little flats I’ve ever seen. My daughter and I can’t wait to customize some flats and toms – style! thanks so much as always!!!

  3. Maddie says:

    I found homemade mod podge to make, what kind of fabric do you use? Is it thin or normal?

    • Cinnamon & Team LJC says:

      Just regular cotton, like a fat quarter for quilting, but it will work with pretty much any kind :)

  4. horseygal says:

    Yay!! They’re DONE!! They’re so cute. Since AG flats are too expensive to mess up, I bought Springfield Dolls flats for $4.99.

  5. lily says:

    OH.MY.GOD. You’ve done it once again cinnamon. You have made another cute craft. I have fallennin love with your youtube account and website. Happy crafting!
    Lily

  6. CaryAnn H says:

    Not only will I be making clothes for my granddaughter’s AG but matching shoes. Thanks for the help.

  7. Emma says:

    I am making some right now!!! Except I am using double sided scotch tape do that I don’t wreck my ag shoes :)

  8. madison says:

    so cute! how do you make those videos?

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