Okai, its already winter but I still gotta share this fall diy tribal
print boots. Started out with a little bit of a disaster but all turned out well so i am happy with my end result. I think its adorable and would wear it any day of the year. This diy is easy but it is messy.
Things you will need:
Tribal print fabric
hot glue gun (for thicker fabric) or
mod podge (for regular/thin fabric)
The reason why I gave two types of glue options above is that I used
mod podge at first(which would have worked perfectly, if my fabric was
thinner) but did not work on this fabric. I didn’t want to throw my
beautiful Bhutanese woven fabric so i used it again with the hot glue
gun this time and worked great.
1. Trace the pattern with a dark pencil.
2. Cut it out and make sure its close to the size you want
3. You might not have to make four cut outs like mine. I did that because the sizes were little different.
4. Put your pattern upside down to cut the fabric.