Friday, May 13, 2011

Spots before your Eyes.

With 'The Wedding' coming up in the family got to start thinking about hats, bags and shoes as well as an outfit to wear. So I thought I would start at the bottom and work my way up by designing some shoes first!





The heel is made from a ball bottle top and a piece of garden cane stuck into the top using air dry clay and then painting with matt black artists paint. The sole is from cardboard covered with paper from Funky Hands 'Paper Blossom ' range pattern stripesNo 20. and Basket Weave No 9.


The uper is made using the Spots No 4 from the same range and glued double thickness.

A stripe tab and button finish the look. Hows that for a spring shoe.



And remember as with Jimmy Choo, Manolo Blahnik and Prada if the correct design label is not in the shoe its probably a 'Fake'!!!


I am entering this into the following challenges.

Get Funky: Spots and Stripes.

Creative Belli: Letter S. Spots/stripes/swirls/stars etc.

The Crazy challenge: Anything goes.

7 comments:

  1. WOW this is stunning!
    Thanks for sharing it with us at Get Funky this time - hope to see you again.
    {{Debs}} xx

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  2. omg how cool is that!!!!! i love it!!! what a fab idea!! thank you for joining us over on get funky hugs Lou xxx

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  3. Is there anything you can't make! Thanks for sharing this amazing shoe (where's the other one, or are you only waering one shoe to the wedding?) at Get Funky this month. xxx

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  4. what a fab shoe
    thanks for playing along with Get Funky
    Allisonx

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  5. Should save me some money for the wedding this time around if you plan to make your whole outfit like this.

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  6. OOhhhh! How fantastic! Thanks for entering the Get Funky! Challenge – hope you can join us again next month on the Funky Fifteenth! Get Funky!

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  7. I am crazy -- madly in love with your shoe!! Tooooooo neat. Thanks for participating in the Creative Belli Challenge.

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