How to Make Baby Shower Booties Out of Tissues

If you're looking for an adorable party favor for a baby shower, these baby booties are a perfect fit. Made of tissue paper and a small paper cup, they can be assembled in just a few minutes. Create an assortment in various colors or match it to your shower's color scheme.

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Things You'll Need

  • Tissue paper in your preferred color
  • Scissors
  • White tissue paper
  • Small paper cups
  • Ribbon
  • White paper
  • Glue stick
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Step 1: Cut Paper

Cut the tissue paper into a 10 inch by 10 inch square.

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Step 2: Crumple White Tissue Paper

Crumple up a piece of plain white tissue paper into a ball that's about 2 inches in diameter. You can also use cotton balls or even a piece of the colored tissue paper.

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Step 3: Add a Paper Cup

Place the paper ball in front of a small paper cup, and then position it in the center of the tissue paper square facing one of the corners.

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Step 4: Fold in the Corners

Take the corner facing the paper ball and cup and wrap it over, tucking the extra tissue into the cup.

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Fold in the corners to the left and right of the bootie, tucking in the extra tissue in the paper cup.

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Fold the back corner of the tissue into the bootie, tucking in the extra tissue in the cup. The bootie should be completely wrapped in tissue now.

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Step 5: Lock the Shape

Place another paper cup in the cup of the bootie. Press down to lock in the tissue paper on the inside, and then remove the cup.

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Step 6: Tie a Ribbon

Tie a ribbon beneath the rim of the paper cup, just above the paper ball. The ribbon keeps the paper from coming undone and also doubles as the shoelace for the bootie.

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Step 7: Add Sidewalls

The booties look great as is, but to give them an extra stylish touch add sneaker details. For rubber sidewalls, cut a 1/2-inch strip of plain white paper and wrap it around the bottom of the bootie. Use a glue stick to adhere it.

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Step 8: Add a Cap Toe

Cut a half circle out of the white paper that's about 2 inches in diameter. Attach the half circle to the front of the bootie with a glue stick. Now the bootie has a rubber cap toe. Yes, this baby's going to be on the go!

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