Here Kitty, Kitty...
I've longed for these Charlotte Olympia Kitty Flats for what seems like ages, but at £465, they are slightly (extremely) out of my price range. So, of course, I decided I would make my own!
I have to admit I kept putting off this DIY because I thought it was going to be a lot of work, but it turned out to be much easier than I anticipated. So, grab those black flats and/or heels you've got lying around (and/or picked up for cheap) and check out the instructions after the jump!
Download the pattern right here and print it out.
If you're uncomfortable with embroidering, you can always paint on the face. If you go that route, I suggest a gold puffy paint or gold glitter glue. If you just need some encouragement on the embroidery front, then I'll tell you that I had never embroidered anything before this. And if you are an embroidering pro, then why are you reading this. You could be wearing your new flats to pick up your embroidery award for best embroidery, you embroiderer.
Author: Lisa Ahn