Monday, June 20, 2011

Challenge Week 4 at The Paper Dolls

**UPDATE**
Unfortunately it has been brought to my attention that this file is no longer from the SVGShop.  :( Sorry.

Hello Friends!

I know I haven't entered a challenge in a while, but when I saw this one today over at The Paper Dolls I just had to.  As soon as I saw this fabulous Flip Flop Box .svg file from Eleanor over at the SVGShop, well I had the perfect idea in mind.

I immediately thought of those bride and groom flip flops that you can get at most wedding shops that have the words on the bottom of the shoe, so when you walk on the sand it leaves the imprint Bride/Groom.  So I played around a little with my SCAL2 and came up with this for a bridal shower gift.  (You could totally make a combo Bride/Groom gift and make one in black and put Groom on the bottom of the sole.  Make them a left and a right.)  :)  Just an idea. hehe You know I always have ideas.

What do you think?

See how I stamped Congratulations to look like
a shoe manufacturer logo.  :)

I embossed the straps and added a flower spritzed
with a sparkly mist and added a rhinestone to the
center of the flower.

I used a Sizzix embossing folder to run the bottom
sole through after I put cut out the word Bride
with my SCAL2.  (hint: make sure you layout the
word correctly to go with the shoe direction.)  hehe
Took me 2 tries to figure this out.  LOL


I would love to hear what you think.

Have a GREAT day!

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14 comments:

  1. Wow! how nice. It looks so real I didn't realize it was a box. Good job. Traci

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  2. Oh wow! How cute is that! I am so impressed with the embossing that you did! Love it!

    Thanks for joining us at the Paper Dolls Challenge!

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  3. Yay the first link! I love this idea, it looks very Wedding-y. Very pretty, great job Terri.

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  4. This is just way too CUTE!! I love this. You gotta show me how to do this one. I need to have a get together with you so you can show me all these tricks. TFS.

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  5. Thast is so cute! I really like how you did the embossing at the bottom of the flip flop. Looks like we ru in the same circles of blogs! :)

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  6. Wow, that is so cute! I love the embossing on the bottom of the flip flop. Looks like we run in the same circle of blogs!

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  7. That is awesome! Great idea with the logo and the tread!

    Jessica Bashaw
    www.svgattic.com
    jessicascropcorner.blogspot.com

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  8. This is so cute and awesome idea!!! I left you an award on my blog!

    Emily (http://www.coolcricutcreations.blogspot.com)

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  9. Do you know where I can get that svg file? It is no longer available at the hyperlink on this page. Thank you for your help, Robin

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    1. No I don't unfortunately. Sorry. If I come across a link in future I will be sure to update this post. Thanks for bringing it to my attention. I will update this post. Hugs, Terri

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  10. I love this box! I understand the file is no longer available but is it possible to give me the sizing you used for the pieces? Thank you! Janetta@aol.com

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    1. Sorry Janetta I don't remember exactly. It was approx 2" x 5" I think. I'm so sad that it is no longer available. :(

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    2. Sorry Janetta I don't remember exactly. It was approx 2" x 5" I think. I'm so sad that it is no longer available. :(

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