Wanna make your own Croc charms to jazz up your sandals and flip-flops? Here's how you can do it with some simple household stuff. Well, you will still need to get some supplies that might not be available in your home. Rest assured, this guide will show you different ways to make DIY croc charms. I mean, this is a cool idea if you want your crocs to look different from other people’s. A cool way to stand out in the croc-universe if you ask me.
Each design is unique, we have put together a list of 15 beautiful DIY croc charms, check them out, choose one that suits your style and begin the making process. You should be done making DIY croc charms in less than 5 hours if you have all the materials and tools handy.
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1. How To Make Croc Charms
Here is how to design your Crocs with shrinky dinks, posca pen, buckle plastic button, UV resin, alcoholic-based marker, and E6000 glue. The actual design is to insert shrinky dinks on the holes on the crocs with plastic buckle buttons.
However, there are two ways you can do this; the first method is to draw your design on jibbitz back pieces, cut the designs out and bake them for some minutes. After baking, add UV resin to each design to give them a bright outlook. The second method is downloading printable designs online, cutting them, and baking them.
2. Adding Charms To Crocs
There are numerous ways you can design your Crocs! You can use beads, charms, shrinky dinks, and many other things. In this guide, trinkets and beaded trimmings were used. The only adhesive used is this jewelry metal glue; it is solid and practical. Though it is safe to work with, you still need to wear your glove while working with it. Use the trimmings to measure the length of the crocs slide, cut out four pieces of ornaments for each pair and decorate the front of the crocs with charms.
3. DIY Croc Charms
If you want to use a printable design for your shrinky dinks, you need to have basic computer knowledge. This will allow you to layout the design correctly before printing them out. You can print the design directly on printable shrinky sheets.
After printing, cut out each and lay them on a sheet of banking paper. Put them inside the oven for 1-2 minutes to shrink. Once they shrink, get them out and let them cool off before adding an even layer of UV resin on each design. Could you put them in the UV light to solidify? Once they harden, you can now attach the buttons to their back.
4. Cute Croc Charms DIY
The new trend in town is cute crocs! Everyone wears it, and it looks light and beautiful. Now, plain design is extinct as people want something fashionable and attractive. One way to design your Crocs is to attach flat back charms using E6000 glue. Very simple, right! However, you need to wait for 24 hours for the E6000 glue to completely dry and stick firmly, or else your charms will fall off.
5. How To Make Jibbitz
Do you want to learn how to make a jibbitz? Probably because of your Crocs? Here is an excellent idea on how to make a UV resin jibbitz. The following materials are needed for the jibbitz: parchment paper, resin kit, stickers or printed or drawn images, hairdryer or heat gun, glitter, mold putty kit.
However, it is advisable to wear your gloves while working with resin and ensure there is enough ventilation so that smell from the resin won't stick around the area. The jibbitz is attached to the crocs with plastic buckle buttons. allandanny
6. How To Put On Croc Charms
One thing that makes crocs more adorable is the ability to personalize it! Turn it to your taste. Add any decoration you like to it and start wearing it around proudly. Among the materials, you can use to decorate your crocs are charms (jibbitz), beads (seed beads, pearls, eye beads, and others), and chains; and for the attachment, you can use glue ( E6000 will work perfectly) and buckle plastic buttons. Once you have come out of these materials, you're ready to make charms for your crocs. oureverydaylife
7. DIY Croc Jibbitz
Decorating your Crocs with jibbitz is unique and cheap! But the cost can add up quickly as you use many of them on your Crocs. To avoid high jibbitz expenses and have as many of them on your Crocs, this guide is here to teach you how to DIY your jibbitz.
8. How To Make Croc Charms With Cricut
Two particular types of glue are suitable for making croc charms; that is E6000 glue and jewelry metal glue. These two types of glue are very strong but take a long time to stick firmly. You can choose either of the two to attach charms to your Crocs!
Other materials required for s Crocs charm include printable shrinky sheets, a computer, oven, buckle plastic buttons, and UV resin. Print the design for the charms from the computer on a sheet of printable shrinky paper. Cut the designs into pieces and place them inside the oven for shrinking.
9. Custom Croc Charms Using Resin
There are two different ways you can attach flatback resin charms to your Crocs! The first method is to connect the flat back charms with a buckle plastic button and the second method is to use a bronche bar to attach them.
This guide will compare printed resin charms and acrylic resin charms. The acrylic resin charms are very flexible; they can be twisted in all directions without cracking or breaking. Follow this link below to learn more about the comparison.
10. DIY Beaded Crocs Tutorial
Another simple way to design your Crocs is to thread lines of beads on them. The materials you need for this beaded crocs include gold chain, letter beads, seed beads, pearls, scissors, thread. The design is relatively easy and fun as you only have to thread the videos to the thread or attach it to the crocs.
11. How To Customize Crocs With Charms
One fantastic way to decorate your crocs without using jibbitz and charms is to draw out the design on the crocs and fill the drawings with a posca pen; if you can't draw or find it challenging to get the posca pen, there are many other ways to design your Crocs. You can get as many posca pens as possible at a lowered price at the store. See the link below to learn about the customized Crocs.
12. How To Put Jibbitz On Your Crocs
Most store-bought jibbitz already come with plastic buckle buttons to fit the jibbitz to the crocs, but if you're making the jibbitz by yourself, you need to attach the button to the jibbitz or decide to attach the jibbitz with only glue. When you're making this jibbitz by yourself, you will often need UV resin for the jibbitz.
13. DIY Custom Bling Crocs
Everyone wants to wear customized Crocs because it feels so good seeing that what you're wearing is different from what others are wearing. If you can easily buy some jibbitz from online or offline shops. But, if you have enough time and would like to try out a jibbitz yourself, that's a great idea. When you buy the jibbitz, the process becomes fast and more accessible than making the jibbitz yourself. Check this guide to see how easier it is to add a store-bought jibbitz to your Crocs.
14. DIY Custom Crocs
Most people are not fans of crocs, but they immediately become so attracted to them when they see fashioned or decorated crocs. Let's see how the instructor customized her new crocs in this video. She bought different luxury charms from the store.
The store-bought charms already come with plastic buckle buttons, so you don't have to worry yourself about what to use to attach the charm to the crocs. The two major means of attaching charms/jibbitz to crocs is through buckle plastic buttons or glue.
15. How To Add Designer Charms To Crocs
What do you think about decorating your crocs beads and luxury charms? Well, I think it's going to be extraordinary! Get some beads you think will look better on your Crocs, and pick some luxury charms as well. Gather/ buy plastic buckle buttons to attach the appeals to the crocs.
Imagine going out with a croc in broad daylight some years back! I know it's not feasible as many people believe crocs are some old footwear that has gone into extinction. But, these days, everybody wants to water crocs because it's the latest trendy footwear around.
As crocs became trendy, they became more common, and to retain their popularity for long, people started to personalize them into something more unique and beautiful. But how do you design your Crocs to make them look more adorable and extraordinary among other Crocs? The answer to this question has been answered above.
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