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DIY Galaxy Sharpie Glitter Shoes

 I love tie dye and I mean love love so when I saw a pair of galaxy shoes all I could think of was ohhh tie dye shoes. When I first started trying to figure out how to make these I quickly realized they were not tie dye but a completely different method. They were actually Sharpie Galaxy shoes. That’s right! They used regular colored sharpie markers and rubbing alcohol. And don’t worry if you get sharpie anywhere you don’t want it here’s a article on how to get sharpie out of almost anything.

These DIY Sharpie Galaxy shoes are so simple to make and can cost less than 30$ depending on what shoes you buy. For me I was pretty excited I already had the shoes, the sharpies, and the alcohol so free to me. If you would like to make a pair let me share how I made my very own DIY Galaxy Glitter shoes 

Creating Your Sharpie Galaxy Shoes

Once you have your area all set up it is time to create your shoes. Here is the quick run down of how I designed my Sharpie Galaxy shoes. 

Yield: 1 Pair

DIY Galaxy Sharpie Glitter Shoes

DIY Galaxy Sharpie Glitter Shoes

These DIY sharpie galaxy glitter shoes are out of this world. Minimal cost, only a few supplies and you can custom make your own galactic shoes.

Prep Time 10 minutes
Active Time 1 hour
Additional Time 2 hours
Total Time 3 hours 10 minutes
Difficulty Easy
Estimated Cost 30$

Materials

  • 1 pair of white sneakers
  • Sharpie markers (variety of colors)
  • Rubbing alcohol
  • White paint
  • Glitter

Tools

  • Blow Dryer
  • Small paint brush
  • Rag

Instructions

  1. Lay out your supplies
  2. If you are using shoes with laces remove laces
  3. Begin coloring your shoes with sharpies
  4. After coloring spray with rubbing alcohol or just pour it over the shoes
  5. You will immediately see the colors begin to bleed into eachother
  6. I used a rag to blend the colors more but this is optional
  7. Blow dry shoes or set outside to dry
  8. Rinse shoes in hot water to remove excess color
  9. Allow shoes to dry
  10. Mix glitter in white acrylic paint or don't use glitter but hey glitter is kinda awesome for a galaxy affect
  11. Use small paint brush to create clouds on shoes then use rag to gently smear creating a cloudy look
  12. Use the end of the paint brush handle not the brush to draw any galactic items. I did shooting stars and small planets.
  13. Allow to dry completely and rock your style
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