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If the Shoe Fits



I spent Saturday with some really great crafting friends - what fun!  We tackled the 3-D shoe from Ellen Hutson:

http://www.ellenhutson.com/servlet/the-5147/Template%2C-Shoe--dsh--High/Detail


The template is only $2.  It was a bit challenging, and I couldn't follow the directions very well (I am directionally challenged) - but I love how it came out.  This one will be going to a sweet friend at work who adores shoes.


My counter didn't have anything interesting on it this week other than this shoe and some cherry cough drops, but standing at my counter this morning and looking out the window, I thought I saw a two headed horse.  Of course, it wasn't a two headed horse  - I just didn't have my contacts in yet.  I thought I would share the picture: 






My husband's brother-in-law has two of his paint horses visiting with our paint horse and our crazy cows.  You never know what you will see standing at my kitchen counter!

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  1. Didn't your Mother tell you that your were not suppose to put your shoes on the kitchen counter or the table....lol

    This is g-o-r-g-e-o-u-s! It's all about the shoes....lol I have this paper too!!! Hmmm-I havent' made one of these shoes yet. I love yours. Love how perfect and clean your lines are. Just beautiful. Did Crystal help with this one.

    I got a kick out of your comment on my tree. You are right my mojo has been in overdrive. Stay tuned for the next two weeks starting Tuesday the Oct 11. Maybe keep Crystal away from the puter...haha

    Bear Hugs,
    Carol

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  2. Oh, that shoe is SUPER cute, Nancy! I love the patterned paper you used. So fun!

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  3. Wow! Nancy, any shoe lover would adore this. What a spectacular job you did. I've certainly never tried one of those before.

    About that two-headed horse, one of those heads would also have been on the wrong end. Thanks for sharing your photo.

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