DIY painted hightop sneakers: Quarantine crafts with Jasmin *Woo Hoo*

Hey hey! How are you, lovelies? I’m relatively good, I’m going crazy with the quarantine. I’ve been writing quite a bit of letters, riding dirt bikes, and doing crafty things. The other day while scrolling through Pinterest (something I’ve been doing quite a lot) I seen some embroidered converse high tops and they looked super cute. I have two of the exact same pics of off brand converse like high tops so I figured, why not try to design/personalize my older pair thats falling apart? That way, if I mess up, it’s not a huge deal! After surfing Pinterest for a while more, I decided that embroidering shoes sounded kinda hard, and I would probably massacre my fingers with the needle, so I decided to try painting my shoes! I looked up painted shoes and I decided that I wanted either sunflowers or butterflies and I decided….. can u guys guess?!? (Well if you looked at the picture you can tell ;)) I decided butterflies! YaYaY! So I decided I would do a diy crafty type post, and maybe even start a series “Quarantine crafts with Jasmin” 😂 What do you think? Let me know in the comments 😉 Anywho: Onto the post!

Okay! Step one, I sketched a butterfly onto the side of my shoe with a piece of chalk. They kind of turned out ugly but I figured that I could kind of even the wing size out while painting them 🙂 Step two, I painted the whole chalk outline white. I figured that was a good base color. Then I used a sharpie and drew the design for my butterfly, I chose a monarch butterfly 🙂 Step three: I painted the butterfly in with orange, painted the border black and added some white spots, dots, and lines. Step four: Then I went over the orange again to make the color more vibrant and then, I was finished! Four easy steps! I really liked how they turned out, and so I dragged my sister outside and made her take some pictures of me wearing them 😉 I think that they will be a really cute addition to an outfit, adding a pop of color and such! Here are some more pictures!

They kind of wrinkle but oh welp…
Cute stuff am I right?

And thats all for today! Have you ever personalized shoes before? Would you want to see more “Quarantine crafts with Jasmin”? Let me know in the comments, talk to me, I like LONGGGGGG comments :) I hope you enjoyed this post and Stay safe lovelies!

ALSO: One of my best friends/pen-pals started a blog!!! Her name is Allison and her blog is! Make sure to check it out, She’s so sweet and I can NOT wait to see where God brings her and her blog!

Thank you a million for reading!

xx, Jasmin


I'm a teen lifestyle blogger who thrives to live life to the fullest and loves to pen-pal, journal and just have fun 💛

78 thoughts on “DIY painted hightop sneakers: Quarantine crafts with Jasmin *Woo Hoo*”

  1. These are so cute!!!! I love them! You rocked painting that butterfly. I don’t know if I would trust myself lol but these are SO CUTE!! I love them! I think that is a great series idea, Jasmin and these shoes I bet are going to be such a great addition to your wardrobe!
    -kaelyn 😛

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  2. Those shoes are so pretty!
    Have I ever customized shoes before? *thinks*
    Well, I’ve customized flip flops a lot before. Duct tape is not a good idea for flip flops. *cringes*

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  3. This is so cool! I’ve always wanted to get a pair of high tops but never have😢but I do have vans though which are AMAZING! This would be so cool to make into a series! Maybe do like a water color one?! I would love to see that! I hope you have an awesome Sunday!

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    1. Thank you! Ahh I got mine for free from my aunt which was an awesome thing, I didn’t have money to buy some! Oohhh vans are pretty cool, I’ve seen a ton of customised vans on Pinterest! Awww I’m glad you like the idea! Maybe I will, thanks for the idea! ❤️ Happy Sunday, hope ur day is fab! 💕💕💕

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  4. Those look so AMAZING!!!! Converse are already adorable to begin with and you made them even cuter( which I didn’t think was possible)! 😂 It looked like you had fun making them and the results were great. I have never painted on shoes but, I did tie dye my white shoes once. I also got that idea from Pinterest, I mean what can I say Pinterest is pretty amazing. Great post and such a crafty idea!!

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      1. Haha, your welcome! 😂 I liked how my shoes turned out, it was basically a rainbow tie-dye on my formerly white sneakers. I love doing DIY crafts and I plan on trying out what you did on your converse.

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  5. Ahhhh these are so cuteee. I am SO going to try this out! I’m a big football fan and I think I’m going to do my favorite NCAA football team. Thanks so much!!! I’ll let you know how they turn out, if you’d like. 🙂
    Stay well and don’t go too crazy, with this whole coronavirus thing!!
    – Keziah 💕

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  6. I have never costumed shoes before but I have seen cool ideas on Pinterest!! I like the idea of “Quarantine crafts with Jasmin”!! That would be a cool idea as a series!! Thank you for writing that I have a blog! You are super sweet!💙

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    1. It was a super cool experience, def recommend if you ever have an extra pair of shoes laying around! Haha okay! I think it could be a fun series and it would keep me being crafty and busy during this quarantine! Awww no problem! Thank you for reading and commenting! ❤️

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  7. I love custom shoes. I’ve made them for myself, and for friends as gifts. I’ve even considered making an Etsy shop, for painted Converse. Needless to say, I enjoyed your post, and I’m glad you had fun painting your shoes.

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      1. I blame Marko (on YouTube) for my fascination with custom shoes. I find it a bit addictive. I would love to do a post about the shoes I’ve done. That’s a great idea 😁

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