I’m showing you 7 ways to lace shoes with DIY shoelaces.
Learning 7 ways to lace shoes with DIY shoelaces is a fun arts and crafts project. This video is useful for everyone (young, old, and any gender) that wants to coordinate their laces with their outfit. You can turn an array of different materials into shoelaces – everything from twine, ribbon, twill tape and fabric. The process is easier than you think and requires minimal investment. The best part is that you can make shoelaces in any length to fit any type shoe. Think of all your tennis shoes, sneakers and boots that you can customize with beautiful new laces!
Get creative with your own personal style!
You can accessorize any outfit with custom laces. Since there is a trend to wear Converse (and such) sneakers to formal events, this is a great way to ‘formalize’ an ordinarily casual shoe. You can mix and match laces as well. If you choose materials thin enough, you can thread two or more laces through one eyelet and create a myriad of color combinations. I think school colors would be fantastic to wear as a nod to school spirit! You can also change colors to coordinate with a holiday or season.
Easily learn 7 ways to lace shoes with DIY shoelaces today.
This is a quick and easy tutorial that anyone can do. Chances are, you already have some materials in your craft or ribbon box that are appropriate for laces. You do need aglets (An aglet (/ˈæɡlət/ AG-lət) is a small sheath, often made of plastic or metal, used on each end of a shoelace, a cord, or a drawstring. An aglet keeps the fibers of the lace or cord from unraveling; its firmness and narrow profile make it easier to hold and easier to feed through eyelets, lugs, or other lacing guides). Even though you need this specialty item and a couple of tools, this project won’t break the bank. Let’s get to creative! Go to the supply list for materials needed : Shoelace Checklist