Originally posted on Cinnamon Spring:
So I’ve been seeing a lot of asymmetrical designs of rhinestones/gems/stones on dresses, tops and shoes. Normally I’m all about symmetry but the free design of the asymmetrical placing of stones do appeal to me. Hence, the asymmetrical rhinestone sandals DIY! So easy, so quick and so luxurious too. Read on more below:
- Plain sandals. Mine are plain burgundy sandals from Charles & Keith.
- Rectangle emerald rhinestones from DIYKL
- Marquise green rhinestones from DIYKL
- E6000 glue or any superglue which dries clear
Dab some glue on the backing of the bigger rhinestone, which are the rectangle ones.
Stick the rhinestones in various directions, because asymmetry is the key!
Now dab glue on the backings of the marquise rhinestones and fill the gaps between the rectangle ones!
Repeat the same steps with the other pair. Let it dry for at least a few hours to one day before wearing out!
The asymmetrical design is so easy to achieve, simply because you’re not bothered by proper lines!
What a luxurious update to any plain pair of sandals. Now, please excuse me while I go and enjoy my asymmetrical rhinestone sandals!