Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Sweet Sixteen

A cousin's daughter is turning 16 and I wanted to make something really girly. I originally was going to use a high heel pattern that I found but decided that this was a little more appropriate. I traced my son's flip flop for this one. The edges were kind of rough after cutting the pattern with an exacto knife so I used a Heidi swap distress tool to give them a distressed look. I used sand paper to distress the base as well. I used a large fabric brad and ribbon to make the straps. The numbers were cut with my cricut - sweet was generated from my computer. There is a piece of white paper folded to make a card on the back that I adhered to the base (flip flop) pattern.

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