My favorite way to embellish flip flops is with fabric and Mod Podge.  I’ve made a few types of flip flops that way, and now I’m putting all the tutorials together in one place for you!

With summer just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to start crafting up some new flip flops!  While you’re making a few for yourself, please consider making a few pair to donate.

For June’s CAKE activity (Crafty Acts of Kindness Everywhere), we’re making flip flops to donate.

Craft Hope‘s new service project is for the children of La Chureca:

For { Project 22 } The Children of La Chureca we will be collecting flip flops for the children in these communities. The idea we had was that you can pick up flip flops from the store and accent them however you’d like. I’ve seen flip flops at the dollar store and dollar bins at Target. You can get ribbon or simply cut strips of fabric to tie onto the flip flops. They need flip flops of all sizes. From toddlers to teenagers. For the boys, it may be a little more difficult but you are a creative lot and I’m sure you’ll come up with something!”

To learn more about this project and how to participate, please visit Craft Hope.

If you need some inspiration to get started, here are a few of my sandal tutorials:

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Super Hero Flip Flops

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