I TOTALLY CAN. Because I'm just a badass like that. Side note: the above picture is them after a day of wear. This is important because...well, you can find out after the jump! (materials, etc., will be shown)
I didn't exactly wait for them to dry individually before moving on to the next step, and in some places I layered them. After that, I waited for them to all be dry to the touch before I moved on to the most important step: the stars. Just like in my mani, I like the glitter to have variety and dimension. I ended up using a few drops of Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear in Celeb City and a few drops of OPI Are You Glistenin'? mixed in with glazing medium, which dries clear, so if you decide to do the same thing I did, don't worry if it's a pale lavender (like mine was) when you brush it on.
The glitter really won't stand out until the shoes dry either, so don't be disappointed if they're not perfect right away. I did use a fabric marker/permanent marker on the parts of the shoes that weren't canvas, as I imagine acrylic paint would dry hard and be rather uncomfortable rubbing on one's heel. I really wasn't sure whether they would crack as soon as I put them on and walked around a bit, but so far they seem fine...and for $5, I don't really mind if they don't last forever when I'm obsessed with them right now.