Cap off your littlest attendant’s shoes with a flash of leather paint in your wedding palette. Pro tip: A strip of tape helps you color inside the lines.

March 27, 2015
Bryan Gardner

THE TOOLS

  • Leather shoes
  • Stencil tape
  • Flat nylon brush
  • Leather paint

HOW-TO

  1. Use the tape to section off the area of the shoe you would like to paint.
  2. Use the brush to apply a thin, even layer of leather paint.
  3. Follow with additional coats as needed, letting the paint dry between each application.

THE DETAILS

J.Crew leather flats, $88, jcrew.com. Martha Stewart Crafts stencil tape, $8, and basic brush set, $15, michaels.com. Angelus leather paint in lilac, $2.75, dharmatrading.com.

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