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Tie-up Scarf Sandals {SCARF WEEK}

Day 3 of Scarf Week is upon us! And I’m back with another no-sew tutorial for you. I have a feeling I will be using this tutorial myself for quite some time because the possibilities are kind of endless, and when it comes to accessorizing, more options are always better, right? How about scarf sandals?

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERASo I know I told you that the scarf bracelet was the easiest thing ever to make? Well then this must be the second! All you need are 3 things:

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAOk… 4 if you count each flip-flop, but they come as a pair so I only counted them as one!

First, you’ll need to cut your scarf in half lengthwise so you get two big, long strips.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERANow as for how to make this, well get ready for a picture tutorial because explaining this in words would take FOR-E-VER!

SCARF SANDALS TUTORIALRepeat on the other side, then the other flip-flop and voila!

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERATie those bad boys up around your ankles in whatever way you find to be most comfortable. I tied mine around the back of my ankles first, back around the front and tied a little bow on the side.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAPardon my feet… I have a severe hatred of feet because I think they are gross and weird, so taking these photos was BRUTAL for me. Looking at them after was even worse. Does anyone else think feet are strange? Ok let’s not look at my feet anymore please. How about the sandals sans weird little toes?

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAOh and I found a way to put them away without the scarf getting all tangled up in itself.  Check it out – just tie loose knot on each sandal strap, and you’re done!

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So easy, so simple, so cute! I know… now you want some scarf sandals of your own.

Want More Scarf Week Inspiration?

Well then, you are in luck because remember TEAM SCARFY?

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Well, my three blog buddies are all sharing scarf tutorials today, too; it’s a veritable “scarfnado” I tell you. {Groan.} Here are all four of our scarf projects for today, Day 3!

Scarf Week: Day 3. Four more inspirational scarf projects from four of your favorite bloggers. The inspiration never stops!

Neon Fringed Infinity Scarf by Dream a Little Bigger Super Simple Cowl by Tried & True Stamped Word Search Scarf by The Thinking Closet Tie­Up Scarf Sandals by The Learner Observer Tie­Up Scarf Sandals by The Learner Observer Image Map
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Stamped “Word Search” Scarf by The Thinking Closet | Super Simple Cowl by Tried & True
Tie­Up Scarf Sandals by The Learner Observer | Neon Fringed Infinity Scarf by Dream a Little Bigger

 

Giveaway & Link Party Reminder

Don’t forget to enter our Scarf Week Giveaway for two! We have two crafty prize packs valued at $135 each with enough goodies to keep you creating through next year! Be sure to look back at our kick­off post to enter. You can enter through both the Rafflecopter widget and link party for scarf­related projects of your own. This giveaway ends Thursday night, August 14th, at 11:59 p.m. E.S.T. That’s tomorrow night. Don’t walk…run!

Today’s Sponsor

A big thank you goes out to today’s sponsor who helped make Scarf Week possible:

Scarf­Week- Sponsors­ILoveToCreateWith brands such as Tulip, Aleene’s, Puffy Paint, and more, iLoveToCreate has definitely earned it’s reputation as a leader in the craft industry. Whether you’re into tie dye, jewelry making, or ceramic painting, iLoveToCreate has the highest quality supplies to turn your craft into a masterpiece. Visit the website for tons of inspiration and advice!

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Tomorrow I have an item of clothing that I made from a scarf to share with you. Can you believe that? I know.. neither could I! Until then!

xoxo

 




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13 Comments

  • Reply Allison Murray

    These are SO PRETTY! I love them so much. I think I’d feel like a fairy princess or something in them :)

    August 13, 2014 at 10:50 am
    • Reply Thalita

      HAHA I love that you said you’d feel like a fairy princess! I definitely felt very pretty in these, I can’t lie. I think it’s the softness of it all and the little bow.

      August 14, 2014 at 7:39 pm
  • Reply Casey @Waffling

    I agree that feet are weird, but you actually have pretty normal looking feet at least!! Love the scarf projects- I would never be this creative!

    August 13, 2014 at 11:56 am
    • Reply Thalita

      Ha! Thanks for saying I have normal looking feet! I don’t think I do, but thanks you anyway. It was a challenge to come up with things I coul actually make (because I’m not that crafty) and that would actually be pretty, but it was a good challenge :)

      August 14, 2014 at 7:40 pm
  • Reply Anonymous

    OMG that is soooo cute.

    August 13, 2014 at 12:28 pm
    • Reply Thalita

      HAHA Thanks mama! :)

      August 14, 2014 at 7:41 pm
  • Reply Johanna

    I hate feet, too! My problem is compounded because I have to wear orthopedic inlays, which doesn’t work in open-toed shoes, so I’m kind of angry at my feet?! haha people with weird dislikes, unite! ;)

    August 15, 2014 at 4:14 am
    • Reply Thalita

      SO glad someone else gets my feet issues! I get the foot anger too – I had foot issues as a kid so I was limited to what I could wear also! It was SO hard to take these pictures of my feet. I thought they all looked so weird! (still do!)

      August 15, 2014 at 9:31 am
  • Reply Emily @ Two Purple Couches

    You are so clever, my friend!! I never would’ve thought to do something like this with a scarf! I have a pair of flip flops in need of rescuing (because a certain pup chewed through nearly all of the thong part) but I haven’t been sure what to do with them. This. This is what I should do with them! Thanks for the inspiration :)

    August 15, 2014 at 2:22 pm
    • Reply Thalita

      It’s so funny that you say that because that was the very case with these ones! One of the straps was basically hanging by a thread, thanks to Mr. Luther! It’s an easy project and I have no doubts you won’t regret it!

      August 16, 2014 at 7:47 am
  • Reply Midsommarflicka

    Yes, the sandals look great and everything … but I just FELL IN LOVE WITH YOUR SCISSORS! I need some like these!! (Excuse me.)

    ;)

    August 21, 2014 at 12:30 pm
    • Reply Thalita

      hahahahaha I love that! If I ever see them again, I will get you a pair!!

      August 26, 2014 at 12:23 pm

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