Friday, September 2, 2011

Witch shoe tutorial!

Hey everyone!  A few of you asked for a tutorial showing how my daughter and I made our witch shoes.  Of course, I had to make a new shoe, so I used more vintage colors this time.

So . . . . Here it is! 
(Scroll down for a step-by-step video!)


I cut this shoe and all of its fabulous layers at 5 inches from the Happy Haunting cartridge.


I added lots of fun ruffles and bows with Marmalade Crinkle Ribbon.


 The cute stamp is from my new Candy Corn Kisses stamp set.


 I inked everything with dark brown ink from Studio G and then inked the edges lightly with black (Cats eye ink)


The diamond patterned paper is from My Minds Eye and everything else is from DCWV (Happy Haunting stack)


 The orange on the heel of the shoe is actually part of this patterned paper.  I lined it up on my gypsy so that it would cut with the orange showing. 


Here is a video showing step by step how to make this fun witches shoe!



Have a fabulous day!

41 comments:

  1. This is just an awesome card and the detail is just perfect! I must try this. TFS

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  2. Ok stop it Kim!!!! These shoes are to cute and of course now I need to order the other stamp set. Thanks !!!! I recieved my order today and cant wait to play. Off to order again!!!

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  3. YAY!!! I just love this! The detail is amazing! This has given me some WONDERFUL ideas! Can't wait to have a day off to play!!!

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  4. Oh thank you so much~ I want to make this for my daughter. Can I put it on my blog if I give you the credit for the idea and also for the products used? Thanks!

    chrissandlou.blogspot.com
    america57@comcast.net

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  5. I just loved this shoe the first time I saw it and now I love it even more!!! Just fabulous!
    Shelly

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  6. Thank you for showing how to do the ruffle with the ribbon, what a fabulous tutorial .... love the witches shoe!!! :)

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  7. THis is just adorable!
    craftin-on-my-door.blogspot.com

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  8. Kim I LOVE LOVE your witches boot! Great vintage feel to it too:) What a fantastic sentiment too! I have sent you several e-mails but did not hear back from you. I am wondering if you got it.

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  9. love these!! and the sentiments I cant wait to get your stamps :)

    Micia

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  10. This is ADORABLE! Oh, I just love the look of the ribbon!

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  11. Thank you so much for this tutorial. I love the shoes and the sentiment. Will have to try making one of these adorable cards.

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  12. This is fantastic! What a nice job and I love that you explained how to do it! Thank you!
    gettincraftystarkie.blogspot.com

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  13. Thanks so much for the tutorial... I'm looking forward to trying something similar! Oh.... And I got the stamps already... I LOVVVEEE THEM! Can't wait to create something and use the stamps! Thanks! :o)

    Theresa

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  14. That is so, so cool! I love it all.

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  15. adore this card great video wish I had this cart!

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  16. AHHHHH!!!! I saw this on pinterest and about DIED!!! LOVE IT! I actually drew this cartridge for Provo Craft, and then when I saw the photo, I thought, wait, that looks very familiar!!!!! Do you mind if I link your blog (using one of your photos) from my blog? Your tutorial is awesome! hugs,
    natalie
    (www.seejanescrapbook.blogspot.com)

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  17. Thank you so much for sharing this, I definitely will have a go now.
    Kim xXx

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  18. This is amazing!! THANKS for sharing! :)

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  19. Love your Witch Shoe Card - However, I am not familiar with the Gypsy cut! I want to make the card! Anyway I can obtain the pattern? Do you sell kits? HELP

    Joan
    kdaasen@aol.com

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  20. ABSOLUTELY adorable!!! I think I may try and make a couple of these for my girls!!! Thanks for sharing your idea!!!

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  21. BTW, which Martha Stewart punch did you use? I looked thru her gallery and cannot match it up. Thank you!!

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  22. Thanks for all of your sweet comments!

    I used the Doily Lace Martha Stewart punch. Here is a link:

    http://www.walmart.com/ip/Martha-Stewart-Doily-Lace-Edger-Punch/10097942

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  23. Absolutely adorable! I can't wait to try it! Thanks so much for the tutorial!

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  24. Hi Kim. I just found your blog and I'm in awe of you and your daughters witch card. It's so cute. You did a wonderful job on the video. Thanks for taking the time to make one for us. I'm now subscribed to your email and look forward to following along.

    Hugs...Tracy :)

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  25. What a great shoe and tutorial. I agree any witch that wears a shoe this cute must be cute herself. Saw you on Pinterest.

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  26. Your shoe is adorable! Thank you so much for the great tutorial! I am going to try and make one for my daughter! I know she would love it!

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  27. Oh, I'm SO making these for Halloween Invites!
    Thank you :)

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  28. OMG!!! Have to make these with my craft club. TOO CUTE!!! Thanks for such a wonderful idea and tutorial.

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  29. Thanks so much for sharing. Love love love the card.

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  30. Beautiful card!
    Greetings from Slovenia

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  31. Beautiful card!
    Greetings from Slovenia

    iris4every1@yahoo.com

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  32. Great tutorial, got to get that cartridge and try it.
    cathyplus5.blogspot.com

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  33. Hey, wauw a beautiful card. You are great. Where can I find the tutorial? Hey from Helle in Denmark.

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    1. The video tutorial is in this post towards the bottom after all of the pictures. :)

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  34. My email is, hmkpelle@gmail.com Sincerly Helle from Denmark

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  35. Forget to send my email to you, here it it: hmkpelle@gmail.com
    Have a nice evening from Helle in Denmark

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  36. LOVE these shoes!!! And I'm very grateful for the tutorial too! Hugs, Lesley

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    1. We are looking for a stamp that says would a bad witch wear shoes this fabulous. It is on this site with the witches shoe. do you now how to get this. Thanks for your time..

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  37. Noooo ! I thought they were real shoes!!! I wanted them sooooo....

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