How to Make a Flip Flop Wreath: 14 DIY Tutorials
An assorted collection of chic flip flops can match with a host of casual attires right from a beach jumpsuit to bedtime pajamas. Although there are hordes of intriguing projects to be done with used or worn-out flip flops, you can order some new pairs and fix it up on the wall or door in the form of a wreath adding a splash of color to your abode. Here are some fun ideas to make your entrance decor summer-ready while bidding goodbye to the melting winter snow.
Beat the summer heat with a rocking pool party alongside cool, refreshing drinks, mouth-watering delicacies, exciting activities, and a vibrant flip flop wreath representing the theme for the day.
The odd pairs of your designer rubber sandals and a couple of faux daisies can be turned into a scintillating front door decoration. Drape, the sides with a colorful mesh or burlap ribbon, to glorify the look of the entrance.
Do you need a cheerful decoration for the pale walls? Gather few pairs of vivid flip flops, artificial leaves and flowers, and some seashells to create a wreath for adding a sophisticated vibe inside the house.
Exotic and expressive, the variegated flip flop wreath is a cute summer décor item that would be appreciated by the visitors for its unique creativity as well as simplicity.
While there are more than one interesting ways to make a mesh wreath, you can increase the cool quotient of the doorway decoration, gluing a few pairs of your favorite summer footwear for a beach-like feel.
Step-By-Step Procedure to Make Flip Flop Wreath
This bright wreath looks colorful with a deco mesh arrangement surrounding it. It welcomes your guests for summer in style!
Do you have few pairs of American flag flip flops that are simply lying inside the shoe cabinet? Make an Independence Day-themed wreath to do something creative rather than wasting your holiday lazing around the house.
Anyone having a fascination for a beach lifestyle can indulge in the thrifty summer project and reinvent the look of their indoor or outdoor décor.
With a dazzling flower at the center, the bulky flip flop wreath is a great addition to a garden party decoration.
The summery wreath is a perfect combination of a bandana-twisted-into-bow and dull-colored flip flops proudly flaunting the entryway.
The junior members can get along with the adults for this craftwork embellishing the wreath with lustrous adornments, puffy paints, and crepe paper flowers to concoct an awe-inspiring front door stunner.
As flip flop wreath has become a decorating must for the summer, visit some frugal stores offering a humungous end of season sale on footwear. The rest of the craft supplies can be grabbed from a thrift shop. All said and done; you can now begin working on these ideas for some sunny season DIY fun.
Published on January 14th 2016 by Michelle Anderson
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I just found your website and I love it ~ Awesome n really cute ideas ~ So excited to help my grandchildren to make a wreath for their “Mom” for Mother’s Day ~
Great list and beautiful pieces! I just shared this on highwayroberri.com as an idea for all the deals we’re getting on flip flops! Thanks!
I made a flip flop wreath but when the glue gets warm everything starts falling off. How do you avoid this? Thank you, Angela
I use the gorilla glue sticks. They are super strong. I also glue in all areas I can that won’t show from the front. And I use wire on the top flipflops to secure them from falling forward. I use a round board from Michael”s that way I can secure them well in all areas. Wrap the wire on the top ones only. Wrap around the top knot for the strap and wrap it around the board. Helps greatly. I can send you photos if you want. Good luck and happy crafting.
Lysa I would like some photos of how to wire flip flops
You can refer to the tutorials.
Hope you get this. We should have a better way to communicate. I use the 12in Floral craft ring. I glue the 1st 8 on that REALLY good. You can use gorilla glue- or E6000. Gorilla glue works good for the craft ring. Then when they are all glued on and I wait a bit. I flip it over and glue some more in the places where the ring meets the flip flop on either side. I use the floral wire after I have the second layer on. You want to have the top flipflops pulled back to make sure they all stay back. So, use E6000 for the top flops it is more secure and shows less. You can make it cleaner looking.When all is dry lace the wire over the ( not sure what you want to call it– the little knob that is at the top for the strap) wrap around 2-3 times and then twist. Not sure if you understand that. I don’t know how to send you info from here. I don’r have a website yet. Soon though. My aunt and I are working on it. Hope this helps. Good luck. Just keep experimenting. You’ll get it to work your way. I have found a few new techniques and am learning every day.