Awhile back I saw these shoes on Pinterest.
Super cute, right? Well, as soon as I saw them I told myself "I could totally make Disney shoes!"
A pair of white canvas shoes, Mod Podge, black and white Mickey comics (I scanned some from a book and printed others), and a foam brush (not pictured). I kept some of the comics to be background images and chose my favorites to be front and center. I just cut them to fit the shape of the shoe. Add plenty of Mod Podge to each piece and put them on the shoes. After everything dries, cover the whole shoe with a few layers of Mod Podge, allowing each layer to dry before adding another. I fell in LOVE after they were done.
The problem is... when I first wore them, the comics/Mod Podge cracked in front where your foot bends. I'm not sure how to fix this next time, so if you have any suggestions, please let me know! I first decided to make these for my Halloween costume, so I won't be wearing them again until September when we go to Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party. I really want to make another pair that will work for every day, though (I am also planning a pair of TARDIS shoes... Doctor Who, for those who don't know... though those will be painted so I won't have the same problems). What do you think? Any ideas on what to do differently next time?