A brightly colored ribbon shoelace turns a plain white pair of tennis shoes into a fun fashion statement for kids and adults. Choose a different color for every outfit, and simply replace them if they become worn from too much shoe-tying practice.
Remove the existing shoelaces.
Cut two lengths of ribbon 1 inch longer than the original shoelaces.
Wrap a small piece of adhesive tape around the ends of each ribbon to make them easier to thread.
Lace the shoes with the ribbon.
Cut off the taped ends of the ribbon, then tie a knot in each end to prevent fraying.
How to Deodorize Crocs
How to Lace Fat Laces
How to Clean Scuff Marks Off of Tan ...
How to Sew slippers
What Is the Meaning Behind the Converse ...
How to Fix Scuffed High Heels
How to Lace Nike Air Shoes
How to Dry Shoes in a Dryer
How to Boil Conch in the Shell
How to Clean Fabric Dress Shoes
How to Tie My Converses Behind the ...
How to Tie a Knot in Sperry Leather ...
How to Clean Diesel Shoes
How to Tie Dye Shoelaces
How to Clean Vans Slip Ons
How to Put on Croc Charms
How to Clean Superfeet Foot Insoles
How to Make Toasted Bread Sticks With ...
How to Shrink Leather Boots
How to Treat Doc Martens With Mink Oil
Tricia Ballad is a writer, author and project geek. She has written several books including two novels, teaches classes on goal setting and project planning for writers, and loves to cook in her spare time. She is living proof that you can earn a living with a degree in creative writing.