Friday, October 18, 2013

Christmas Shoes

I LOVED these shoes so much I thought I would make them again !
This week over at Polka Doodles the Challenge is .....
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I used the wonderful A Home For Christmas CD
from Polka Doodles for the papers and embellies only.
The template is one I found on the internet, there are lots of them out there.

I printed a piece of card both sides and then printed the template
on one side and cut out and adhered it together. 
I did the shoes papers opposite to each other
as I thought they would make great place settings on my Christmas table,
alternating them along the table.


I printed and cut out lots of holly, used gems to bling up.
One shoe I added Stickles glitter glue, I didn't want the shoes the same !
I added some chocolates in a bag with ribbon and printed names, adding holly again.

This is what the shoes look like empty .........
NO I didn't eat the chocolates .......... honest !!! 

Hope you like them, Have a great day.
Hugs xx


  1. What a fab make hun absolutely stunning x

  2. How on earth do you make these? Is it a template on the Home for Christmas CD? They are absolutely stunning!

    1. Glad you like them! The template I used is on my Pinterest. There is a button on my sidebar which will take you to my Pinterest and they are on the templates board! Hope it helps. They are really really easy to make.

  3. These look fabulous Lizzie. Carol x

  4. These Christams shoes are darling!!!

  5. These are stunning, Lizzie!

  6. Wow, just stunning. I looked at the PD blog and had to pop over to see more of your designs!

  7. Beautiful it! Any possibility you would make these for my wedding? Was looking for something original for table name places and everyone knows I am shoe crazy. :))

  8. Anything is possible! Give me an email on with what you would require and colours etc so I can see if I have papers that would fit. Have you seen the others I made? This post has them all on. thank you!


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