First, print out the template. For this design you’ll need an edding 4500 textile marker (we chose black in our example). You can see everything you need at a glance in our photo.
To stop the slippers sliding around while you’re drawing, secure them to the table with strips of adhesive tape. Next, get your template ready, pick up the black marker and copy the motifs one by one. To add an amusing touch, try varying the motifs on each slipper, as shown in our example.
We wrote “You are” on the inner sole of one slipper and “worth it” on the other. It’s easier if you draw the outlines of the images first before colouring them in.
We drew a pair of winking eyes on the upper part of the slippers. When you heat-fix the motif with the iron, we recommend using the no-steam setting. Your slip-ons will then be wash-resistant up to 60°C.
Products and materials
- Pair of white fabric slippers
- Template with the phrase “You are worth it”
- Adhesive tape
- An iron
Subscribe to our newsletter, and we’ll send you inspirational and creative DIY ideas, along with details of our latest products and special offers.