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1  CLOTHING / Shoes: Discussion and Questions / question about shoe recon **originally posted in wrong spot** on: March 18, 2008 05:12:05 AM
Ok so first off, I didn't pay attention to where I posted my question... *smack forehead** DUHH So here it is in *hopefully* the right spot... Sorry moderators!

  I have a pair of really cute slippers that look like cowboy boots (sorry no pic of them yet) and I've worn them out to the bus stop and everyone thought they were shoes.  Which gave me the idea...why not turn them into shoes/boots!! Make my own pair of ugg like boots, only more unique!  Only I'm not sure where to begin.  I was thinking of sacrificing a pair of flip flop soles for the bottoms, but not sure how to attach the boot part.  I want to make them so they are more wearable for outside (as of now, the soles aren't waterproof, if I walk outside and its wet, my feet get wet). The flip flops don't have any traction, not that that's a necessity, but thought it would be good to have some.... I'm stumped.   Any hints or ideas would be great!
Thanks!
2  CLOTHING / Shoes: Discussion and Questions / question about shoe recon on: March 18, 2008 04:43:45 AM
HI all.  I have a pair of really cute slippers that look like cowboy boots (sorry no pic of them yet) and I've worn them out to the bus stop and everyone thought they were shoes.  Which gave me the idea...why not turn them into shoes/boots!! Make my own pair of ugg like boots, only more unique!  Only I'm not sure where to begin.  I was thinking of sacrificing a pair of flip flop soles for the bottoms, but not sure how to attach the boot part.  I want to make them so they are more wearable for outside (as of now, the soles aren't waterproof, if I walk outside and its wet, my feet get wet). The flip flops don't have any traction, not that that's a necessity, but thought it would be good to have some.... I'm stumped.   Any hints or ideas would be great! 
Thanks!
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