These bow TOMS were created by Cathy from Trinkets in Bloom. Classic polka dots and detachable bow clips make them perfect comfy shoes for the bride. They'll also double as slip ons for your beach honeymoon, and the clips can be reused for other shoes or accessories. If you’re making these for the whole wedding party, you could make gold or silver for the bride and use colored glitter for the bridesmaids and flower girl.
Materials: pair of TOMS, white fabric paint, duct tape, shoe clips, glue, Mod Podge, glitter, pencil eraser, scissors, foil, and plate or bowl.
Stamp your shoes. Pour a small amount of fabric paint onto a plate or bowl. Dip the end of your pencil eraser into the paint and stamp it all over both shoes.The dots on the pair shown are a little less than one inch apart.
Cut two pieces of duct tape about 4" long each. Place one piece on top of the other, sticky sides together. Trim the ends to straighten them, and cut them in half the long way.
Fold each piece of duct tape in half. Glue the ends together, then glue the two pieces together to form the bow.
Cut another piece of duct tape about 3" long. Fold it in half the long way with the sticky sides together. Trim the ends. Wrap this piece of tape around the bow and glue to secure. Let the glue dry; you can use the shoe clips to hold the bows in place while they dry.
In a foil-lined bowl, mix together Mod Podge and glitter. Paint your Mod Podge glue mixture over your bow. Let dry. As it dries, you may need to touch up the glitter.
Glue the bows to the clips. Paint the ends of the clips with the glitter Mod Podge mix. Let dry.
Attach the bows to your shoes. Since they're detachable, you can wear them in the front or the back, or even on the side.