A girl can never have enough shoes

I have been having a lot of fun creating altered items this past month so I decided to continue with that theme.  Quite some time ago, I came across a pattern to create paper shoes, so I thought I’d make a few.  These are just so quick and easy to make.  Combining them with myStamp BOX stamps plus some candy kisses just adds to the fun.

I cut the basic shoe from cardstock and the inside from pattern paper.  I added a punched border around the edges.   Using my Scor-Pal, it was very quick and easy to create good folds and then put the shoes together.  The candy kisses were placed in a cellophane bag and inserted in the shoe and then manipulated so it fit properly.  I then added ribbon and sentiments from the  Mention It stamp set.

Just for You – perhaps a Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day or Teacher’s gift…..

happy day – perhaps a small birthday item….

you’re so sweet – perhaps a Valentine’s Day treat or a special treat for no reason at all

thank you – perfect for any kind of thank you that is needed

Now just change up your paper selections and I can see these shoes being used as favors at any kind of event – think bridal shower or even a baby shower.  And of course, these would even be a great idea for giving as Teacher gifts or Thank You gifts or “Just Because” gifts for any occasion.

About Stephanie

Comments

  1. Jaine says:

    I love that template, what a wonderful thank you idea. Beautiful Stephanie.

  2. evap says:

    this is so fun!!! love it!

  3. jill says:

    These would be sooooo much fun for birthday party favours for my little girls party in March. Can you let us know where the pattern comes from, Stephanie? I would LOVE to create some and fill them with little goodies. Asha would love them!!
    Awesome project!!!!!!!

  4. Agata says:

    Really fun project! So versatile!

  5. Maryfrances says:

    These are so fun…love the sparkle from the kisses.

  6. Allison says:

    Super cute Stephanie! Love this idea!

  7. Heidi says:

    I love this idea so much! Is there any way I can get the pattern/template that you used to make the shoes?

  8. Ida says:

    I have tried and failed…do you have a template

Speak Your Mind

*