I finally finished the second shoe! If it wasn’t for “The Fabric Treatment” post, and my receiving the Weldbond glue, I probably wouldn’t have tried this, so thank you to Mo for the inspiration, and thank you to Weldbond glue for a glue that makes D.I.Y. projects easy and fun… and I had a lot of fun doing this, especially because I thought the end result would be disastrous lol. I was chuckling and doing a little happy dance every time I successfully glued a piece of fabric to the shoe. In fact, I had so much fun, I’ve already started working on some other D.I.Y. projects…
I just gotta give them a quick wipe, and they’ll be perfect!
If you have any home renovation plans or up coming art/d.i.y. projects, I would totally recommend Weldbond glue. It’s not only good for glueing, but can also be used for sealing, priming AND it’s water resistant. Weldbond glue can also be used a wide variety of surfaces and projects such as glass, wood, plaster, metals, tiles, building panes, ceramic, cement, brinks, fabrics (obviously) and more!
You can find Weldbond glue at your local Home Depot, Canadian Tire, Lowes, Home and Hardware, and Michaels craft stores. Get you some!
Thanks for the glue!
… did I mention that it’s environmentally friendly AND it’s created and made in Canada!
I was recently bitten by the D.I.Y bug, after receiving a tube of WeldBond glue. Once I saw Mo’s “The Fabric Treatment” post a couple of months ago, I was totally inspired, so it was only a matter of time before I tried it out.
So I took to a simple pair of black wedges, cut up some spare fabric, and got to glueing! I have to admit, I was worried that I’d make a total mess, ruin my shoes, and waste my fabric, but it turned out pretty good. I love that WeldBond dries clear, and the best part about it (apart from it’s glueing capabilities lol), it’s non-toxic, so I didn’t have to worry about getting dizzy from the fumes that most glues have.
This is the completed first shoe. I just started the second shoe, and I’m very happy with the results so far 🙂
What do you think?
peace and love