I then threaded a metal tapestry needle (eye of the needle needs to be big enough for wool) with one of the long threads from the pom pom, starting off sewing down into the sandal so the pom pom sat on top of the shoe.
I then poked the needle back up through the shoe and into the pom pom and then down the other way, in another place on the pom pom to secure. Finally I put the needle back up through the shoe and wrapped the thread around the pom pom once or twice and sewed down back into the sandal to pull the pom pom tight.
I repeated the step above with the other long thread from the pom pom and each time made sure to do a little catch stitch on the inside of the shoe before cutting any excess off.
I did this with all 10 pom poms making sure both shoes matched in the pattern of the coloured pom poms and ta-dah I have myself a new fabulous pair of pom pom summer sandals to wear which cost me £0 to make.
Now it's your turn find a pair of summer sandals in your house and jazz them up, you can add other things too such as tassels, ribbon, beads, buttons or anything else in that craft stash. I have put together a Pinterest board of some ideas you could try if you're stuck for inspiration.