Hi Everyone! Recently, I made a purchase that checked leopard pumps off my wishlist-of-the-year. I've been eyeing the Calvin Klein Whinnie Leopard Pumps for the longest time, but they sold out almost over a year ago. Then there were the J. Crew Etta Calf Hair Pumps in Leopard, but they were out of my budget. I regret not picking up the CK's when I had a chance. I never found a pair I love and were in my budget afterwards. Last week, when I stopped by Marshall's in search for some Summer sandals, I came across these leopard wedges. They looked gorgeous on display, but I really wanted pumps rather than wedges so I continued walking. I walked around the store, but still found myself thinking about these leopard wedges so I went back to them and did a quick search on reviews online. Thank you smart phones for allowing me to instantly pull up reviews in seconds. These came in size 4.5 and size 5, a very rare find since size 5's are so limited, let alone size 4.5. Reviews suggested that I go up half a size so I tried on the size 5, and they fit perfectly, I didn't even bother trying on size 4.5. However, with great deals and great finds comes these little price stickers on the soles of the shoes. I love sales and all, but I hate it when these stickers leave a sticky residue. Today, I just wanted to share with you how I take off my stickers without leaving a sticky residue behind. This method can also be done on other stickers other than shoes, e.g., storage boxes, picture frames, etc.. It is super easy and takes about 2 minutes.
Hopefully this tutorial was helpful. If you have any other tips or tricks, please share them with me! If you try this method, let me know how it goes for you.
Thank you so much for reading! :)