CREATIVE SUNDAY || GUIDE ON HOW I MADE THESE PALM SLIPPERS

Hello everyone, welcome to my blog this beautiful Sunday afternoon, it is always a pleasurable time for me everyday Sunday, because I get the opportunity to feed my eyes with as many creative talent as possible in the hive learners community, and today I'll love to grace your sight with a piece of my creativity as well.

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If you are familiar with my blog from my early days on the blockchain, you will know that I frequently shared shoemaking DIY guides and the like. However, moving to a new environment has forced me to stop exploring it for the time being. However, when looking through my phone gallery, I discovered the step-by-step photos I took for how I made the palms slippers, and since I have not previously published this particular one, I decided to use it as an entry for my creative Sunday publication.

So without wasting much of your time, follow along as I walk you through every step of how I built these palms slippers in the hopes that after reading it, you'll be able to create something similar for yourself.

TOOLS AND MATERIALS USED

  • Brown leather material
  • Black linning
  • Marco size 4
  • Brown leather linning
  • Polyurethane outsole
  • Gum
  • Scissor
  • Brush
  • Logo design

MAKING PROCESSES

After purchasing the necessary materials and putting aside the tools, I began work on the palm slippers by:

Insole making

  • Cutting the brown leather material and Marco for the insole, which I drew a pattern of my Leg on with a leather, and then cut out the shape with a scissor.
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  • Applying gum on the back of the brown leather linning and the Marco, and joining them together, by wrapping the brown linning on the Marco.

Upper Design making

  • To make the upper of this palm slippers, I cut brown leather into my desired shape, after which i attach the logo design on the upper and place the upper on the black linning.

Lasing (joining)

  • After completing the upper design and the insole, I both to the filing machine and file their edges, so it can have a rough surface that's perfect for joining.


  • I rub gum on the side of the upper design and the back of the insole after filling both.

  • I joined them together, and apply gum on the outsole and attached everything together.

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  • Here is how the palm slippers I made looks like after the final touch.

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That's about all on my creative Sunday project for today, which entails the step by step process of how I made these palm Slippers.



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Seriously, I could have patronized you if you were near me. I stay in Ondo and am thinking of making a palm somewhere this week. If you were here, Sebi I will have contacted you. I love this palm and the colour too. That was fantastic work you did.

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Smile that's so nice of you to say, I'll really appreciate your kind words and compliment, it means alot.

I would have love to have you as a customer, but the distance between Lagos and Ondo is very much 🤦‍♂️

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Lagos and Ondo aren´t that far though but we would be considering delivery fees too if you have to send them over by waybill.

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Congrats.you are very creative and hardworking.

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Thanks for your wonderful review and feedback, I read appreciate your support.

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Wow, so beautiful. I love the neutral color. So sad that you are far away.

How did you get your customized divider?

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Thanks for this lovely compliment, I wish you were closer too, it would have been a plus for my Business, but it's all good.

Have a blessed day.

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This is lovely, the leather color is pulling my eyes...

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Thanks so much dear, hehehe don't let it over pull your eyes o 🤣

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Wow!
Such beautiful work.
Teach me😔😊

The color is on point. Well-done!

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Thanks so much for your feedback and compliment, it's indeed a wonderful colour.

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If creativity it’s a person then it’s you🥺. Like see how the palm looks so good and neat😋😊.

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Hehehe now my head is swelling 😊😊.

Thanks for your lovely compliment and review, I really do appreciate.

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You are just so good and so creative my brother i hope you will build one shoe for me one good day lols 😂 well done sir

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That is a very creative idea. And I think that's a very extraordinary ability.

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Thanks so much for your wonderful review and compliment.

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Thanks so much for your support and wonderful review and encouragement.

I'll take note of that and share subsequent one in the community.

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Very creative, do you make these for business purpose too?

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Thanks, I do before, but presently I don't .

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Ok, it's good to acquire different skill, any of them can come handy at different point in life.

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Vickoly, when are you going to make one for me? I have asked you this question several times 😂
Seems I will have to visit you in Epe soon for this..😜

Wow.. good job
I think I can make one shoe from this detail steps and others you have been teaching so far

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Lolz, I've retire in Footwear's making for now xd hehehe .

But then let see what happens in the nearest future.
Thanks for the compliment.

Hehehe I look forward to seeing that , se you wan do Ham right 😁

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I was wondering when you will bring the palm making blog back to creative Sunday..

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Smile, I've been busy with my new job and relocating to a new environment as made that hard to do, but hopefully I'll be able to squeeze out time for one or two henforth.

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Creative as always. I like the colour. I am curious - why is it called "palm" slippers?

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Oh, that's how we call it Here, it more of a slang or the Pigin English words for those types of footwears

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