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  1. Andrea says 5.6.14

    They turned out so good!! I’d totally go for these instead of the 400 $ Version!!
    xo Andrea
    Wonderful and Marvelous

  2. Nina Rand says 5.6.14

    Such a great idea and they turned out so good! I’m making these this weekend 🙂 xo Nina

  3. kimberly says 5.6.14

    Such a fun idea and way more affordable than the designer version…might just have to give this one a try! 🙂


  4. Rachelle says 5.6.14

    I am so doing this one, I am just looking for cheaper sandals.


  5. jillian says 5.6.14

    Love these! great DIY! xo jillian – cornflake dreams

  6. Heidi says 5.6.14

    Awesome tutorial! Thanks for sharing.


  7. Christina Storm says 5.6.14

    Love this!!

    The Style Storm
    <3, Christina

  8. Rhonda says 5.6.14

    This is such an easy DIY! I would have been worried that they would look too cheap, but I think they turned out really nice! I might even have some old sandals that I could upcycle! Thanks for the idea!!


  9. ghazalehk says 5.6.14

    oooo I’m totally doing this!!! Love those sandals but can’t justify $400+ for a pair of them. I think this is do-able even for the DIY-impaired (like me). BTW – just got the frank scrub too – can’t wait to try it!

  10. Kristi says 5.6.14

    I love this fun DIY! This is one that I can definitely manage…
    xx, Kristi

  11. This is my favorite DIY ever! I’ve been in love with the Marni/J. Crew options but this seems like an easy alternative!!

  12. Emma Fox says 5.6.14

    What a fun idea, so cute!


  13. lindsey caviar says 5.6.14

    This is brilliant, Grace!!! Love how they came out.

    xo, Lindsey

  14. PhotoGirl says 5.6.14

    This is fabulous! I don’t see the rhinestones on the page given in your link, though. Do you have any other resources you could recommend? Thanks, Grace!

  15. Stacey says 5.6.14

    I have been lusting over both the Marni and J Crew sandals but they’re out of my price range! Making a pair sounds like much more fun!

    Five Minute Style 

  16. Abby says 5.6.14

    I love this!! I want to try it this weekend!

  17. Donna says 5.6.14

    This is straigt up genius DIY status!! Why would anyone spend the $480 for the Marni pair when these look identical. Can’t wait to make my own!


  18. alela sirah says 5.7.14

    Spring DIY here I come!!! Such a great idea!!

  19. Kodi says 5.7.14

    I’m not usually into DIYs but this is so simple with such a great result — I may have to try it out!

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  21. UMMMMMM guys i wasnt kidding… i wear a size 9…. you are both my friends so i think i should get some priority 🙂

    SO CUTE!!!!

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  25. Jade says 5.10.14
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  29. So simple and so glamorous!

  30. […] see those two tone sandals in the bottom row with the rhinestones across the top? I was inspired by this diy, bought a pair of target sandals and some teardrop rhinestones, and went to town. I had bought this […]

  31. Kelsie says 6.6.14

    These are adorable!! I love that you totally made it your own. I just did a DIY Jeweled Sandals post, and honestly I like our versions better than the store-bought! Plus it’s the perfect craft date idea with the girls. Or in my case, a good distraction when you’re cooped up inside with a cold. Nice job Grace! Here’s what I came up with for the DIY project:


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  34. Cute sandals! The bling s so miu miu! 🙂

    I m featuring jewelry diy tutorials on my blog too if u r interested 🙂 hapinesswherever.wordpress.com

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  36. […] face it, they go through a lot of wear and tear. So, when we say this incredible cute (and easy!) DIY sandal idea from Grace Atwood of Stripes and Sequins that would spruce them up a bit, we had to […]

  37. Quantum says 8.4.14

    These are so gorgeous! I have such a penchant for sparkly things!

    The Scientist Who DIYs

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