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Shoe Case with Heels

How's your week-end?  Mine was just fine except that both my parents-in-law are sick so the usual Saturday we have with them is cancelled for the meantime until they're both healthy.  I, for one, feels that soon I will be sick but hoping of all hopes that I did not get the virus when I brought my DFIL at the main hospital in an ambulance last week due to influenza.  I was informed by the doctor that I have to observe myself within 14 days and if I'm lucky well and good, right?

Anyway, the sun has been shining really bright here and we are embracing every moment of the day for the past week.  In line with celebrating National Craft Month for the whole month of March, I try my best to create something everyday.  I also vowed that I will create some items using my Cricut Cartridges so I have something to share now since I did play with one of my carts the other day.  Since I only post in this site related to Cricut, one will not be able to see all the creations I made and will be making but anyone is free to visit my general site at SCRAPIHAPILICIOUSME =)

For my project I made a case for the necklace I made for a friend who turned 30.  I finally decided to use my latest acquired cartridge Princess Party =)  When I saw this cart I fell in love with the 3D shoe.  I don't have a daughter but being a shoe lover I knew I have to have the cart!

 I made a cut at 7 1/2 inches and assembled the shoe.  Since I was half awake and half asleep I had no idea how to embellish the shoe.  I didn't want to go overboard coz I want to maintain the elegance and simplicity of the shoe playing on my mind.  In my mind I want to incorporate stamping so I checked my Greeting Farm stamps and took Camille then I took the courage in using my PrismaColor pencils.  I have the big set for about 3 years now and embarrassing  to say it's actually my first time to use it.  I was apprehensive to use it but there's always a first time.  I believe I will use it more for now instead of my Copics - my coloring is kind'a rusty now, that's why.  Overall I'm happy the way it turned out but as I've said I will practice more coz it could have been better.


Now for the shoe itself, I embellished it with flower then attached a brad.  From there, I added crystals and wrapped around a lace.  The heel part is the coolest coz that's where I attached the stamped image (as shown above) and added few crystal beads.  Oh it didn't end there coz something is missing from the shoe itself...I felt that it was naked so thanks to Ellen Hutson who once shared a pattern for shoe lining in one of the shoes she created.

 The tag was made by using Just Rite stamp : From My Kitchen Set then punched scallop using Stampin' Up then layered with another punched scallop.

That's the birthday girl when we had a simple gathering at her place last Saturday =)  The pictures are blurred coz I was already drunk =)  Oh she actually wore the necklace this day at work and I was so happy to see that she truly appreciate my handmade gift =)

Happy crafting everyone!

until then......

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I'm so glad you're here. I dedicate this site solely for all my CRICUT creations. Most of my previous Cricut Creations are posted at my other craft site so if you have time go and check it out.

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