I should have taken pics as I went along.
I used 2 of these straps from Homedepot that I wasn't using. Was able to make 2 sets from the straps. I wanted material that was heavy enough to withstand boots being mashed into them and easy to adjust and husky straps seemed perfect. $5 each at homedepot for the 36" ones.
This pic shows the direction of the straps and which way they need to be folded.
Here is how I secured them on the alloy pedals.
The white tape is used to hold zipties along the side of the strap to help keep them upright when I step into them. The 2 cutoff zipties on the back of the pedal are the tabs to flip the pedal over to get in. The pedals didn't come with tabs and my boots aren't nimble enough to flip the pedal without them.
I started with a piece of velcro about 8" long (both sides). I used an exacto knike to make the holes in the velcro. I needed 2 nuts, bols washers for the back of the pedal and used the reflecters with the bolts in them for the front. About 15 zipties were used to make tabs, and extra grip on the front as well where the folded material came above the teeth on the pedal.