If the shoe fits...

Do I have something fun for you today!!  I found this great pattern for a witches shoe {{here}} Just download, print and put together.  It comes in two pieces - the main shape and the insert.  I created my shoe from black Bazzill cardstock.  Then I traced the patterns onto patterned paper and decorated the sides.

Then I really went to town!

I made made one alteration to the pattern by putting a a fanned piece up the back of the shoe (where the tag sits).  Then I created a rosette to put on the toe of the shoe.  On this rosette I glued a sparkly, blingy buckle in a heart shape, a big pink organza double bow and then topped off with a digi witch image from Meljen's Designs.  I coloured my little witch with my copics and added some goggly eyes and gloss.  I also used a gold pen for her hat buckle.  On the sides of the shoe I glued some black ruffled ribbon and added a bow to the heal of the shoe.
Along the bottom of the heal I added some decorative edging (it's like a long roll of sticker).
Along the side of the shoe I added some eyes, flowers, bling and pearls.
Here's the cute little witch I coloured and you can see the sparkly buckle.  You can also see the toe of the shoe is purple - this colour runs the entire inside of the shoes.
I added a little more of the pink organza ribbon.  I ruffled it as I glued it and then tucked the little tag with sentiment in behind.  Now it's a little tricky to see but there is also a clear acetate picture with a tree and owl on it that is attached to the shoe.  This stands up and the owl overlooks all the chocolate eye-balls!  I added some googly eyes to him too - cause you can never have too many!

If you want to create your own Halloween shoe just visit Skip to my Lou to download your very own template.

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7 comments

  1. Super adorable witches shoe, love the designer papers and all the extra's that you added!

    Thanks for sharing with us at CAGI Challenges!

    Shell~Alaska♥

    P.S. Please remove word verification, it takes too much time & effort for DT members to go through the process and most won't leave you a wonderful comment!

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  2. Oh this is soooo adorable! Thank you for sharing this project with us - tooo cute for words! Thank you so much for joining in on our Which is Witch challenge over at Raise The Bar!
    ~*Joni RTB DT

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  3. This is amazing!! So many details! Thank you for joining Robyn's Fetish Challenge! Lilia DT

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  4. Wow this is stunning, love the colours and all the detail. Thank you for joining us at OSAAT this week and good luck.

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  5. What a great halloween project, very inventive.

    Many thanks for joining in with our Use a Digi challenge over at OSAAT & hope to see you back again soon.

    Mandy (DT member for OSAAT)

    P.s. I agree about the word verification, it took me 6 attempts before it was even readable, such a shame for you not to get comments for your work

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  6. Hee! This is such a fun project, I love it! :D You really did go to town!

    Thanks for joining in our Use a Digi challenge at OSAAT this week. :)

    As above, please see if you can turn word verification off. It does make it harder for people to comment and a lot of DT members, who have a lot of blogs to visit and comment on, won't be able to. I didn't even know I had it on on my blog until someone commented and told me cos Blogger made changes a while back and turned it on by default!

    Ali

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  7. This is BRILIANT!! Love the shoe and such yummy goodies!! Thank you so much for taking the time to share with us at OSAAT this week and please join us now for our 'Make one for christmas' challenge. Good luck, hugs
    NIKKI DT

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