Thursday, January 29, 2015

Ballroom Slipper

Ballroom Slippers 2015

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The Outlawz Twisted Thursday challenge has started for this week and the twisted for this week is anything goes. I have been wanting to try this die cut it is called Ballroom Slipper by sizzix. It was not hard to do once I found the instructions on line. They have printed instructions and a video so it made it easy to put together.

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The papers I used are from my scrap ben.

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I added some diamond mesh to give it some sparkle. I just love heal. So easy to make.

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Some stickles all around the edges.

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A prisma flower for the top. It was fun to make and they give you different pieces so you can make the front low cut, can make it as a slipper with no heal all kind of thing you can add to the front. So I’m going to play around with some. You could even make them as Christmas ornaments and tie a string on the back to hang it.

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This is what the Ballroom Slipper looks like. Thanks for stopping by. I do hope everyone that lives in the north west is doing fine and was able to stay safe from that winter storm.



Darcy Schroeder said...

Wow! That is a super project and I think you did a wonderful job with it. Sounds pretty involved and what a great job you did!!

Donna said...

Stunning creation, Patricia. What a lot of work. You did an amazing job! I miss playing along at the twisted Thursday.

Janet McLaughlin said...

This is a super project, Pat! It looks quite complicated, but you did a fabulous job!

Teresa Arsenault said...

That looks like a real shoe. Very cool.

Maire Gamber said...

OMG - I thought you embellished a real slipper! Gorgeous, my friend. You really fooled me! Love it. Now, I want some just like it !

Pat (mspfd) said...

Gorgeous. What a unique and fabulous creation. Love your idea of using it as an ornament. You could also slip a small gift or candy in the toe.

Jean Chaney said...

Amazing piece, Pat. You certainly put a lot of work into it. I just love it!

Dr Sonia S V said...

Oooh what a beauty you have created
Dr Sonia
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Donna Hanley said...

You did an outstanding job with this slipper. It really does look real and like it is ready to hold up a nice leg for dancing the night away. Wonderful job, Patricia. Have a great weekend.

KarinsArtScrap said...

this is gorgeous Patricia
Gr Karin

Anne Temple said...

What a fun project to make! How fun to have a bunch of these in different designs decorating a craft room.

*Vicki* said...

This is so super sweet and adorable Pat! Love the bling and hearts papers you've used for this!! :)

Olga said...


Vivienne Holden said...

Now, wouldn't Cinderella have loved a slipper this beautiful! You did a fabulous job of this slipper Pat. It will make a beautiful ornament. xxx

Penny said...

OMGosh, Pat, this is such an exquisite slipper! I want a pair to wear for a party! ;^) I bet it was really fun to make!
Hope you are having a wonderful weekend!
Hugs, Penny

Pia S said...

Oh my, this shoe is like straight of the Cinderella fairytale! I love it, I love it, I love it! Never seen these shoes around before...

Colleen Holmes said...

Pat when I first looked I thought "why does she have a slipper on her blog' Never would have believed it was made out of paper. You did an awesome job with the entire creation! Love it:)

Donna Ellis said...

Great Project, Pat! Love all the girl sparkle!