A few weeks ago, I was on the phone with a friend from school when we were discussing my rainbow sandaling outfit.

I had been thinking about how much fun it would be to wear a pair of these sandals in the evening and the thought of a rainbow sunset was making my hair stand on end. 

The answer was yes, absolutely.

But I wanted to make a simple sandal with just the right amount of style and detail. 

I was not alone in this quest, with countless bloggers posting about how to make their own rainbow platform sandal.

I made my own, with simple steps and a few ingredients.

You can do it yourself.

But if you want to be able to wear it, you’re going to need some help.

Here’s what you need.

The basicsThe basics are going to be a couple of simple ingredients that you can buy at the store.

But they don’t have to be the same thing.

Here are the ingredients you’ll need: The colour of the materialYou will need some sort of contrasting colour for the sole of the shoeThe colour you want the sandal to be.

It’s not essential, but if you don’t know what colour you’ll be wearing it, check out this article for some suggestions.

If you don. 

(Image credit: Rebecca Richey)If you want a rainbow platform, then the sandals are going the way of the dodo, with a few exceptions. 

They are pretty basic sandals that can be bought in most shops and are designed to fit around the toe, ankle and calf.

These sandals come in a variety of colours and patterns and they can be worn by all ages, so they can work for everyone. 

There are also plenty of alternative designs, including a rainbow coloured version of the original shoe.

You will need to use the heel to create a platform. 

If you’re in the UK, there are plenty of stores that sell rainbow sandallions for the foot. 

And if you’re not, here are some alternatives: A rainbow sandaled boot or shoeThis is a simple alternative to traditional platform sandalls.

It will fit your foot and will be easy to create. 

A shoe made of a variety

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