Tuesday, 1 February 2011

Inspired by Miss Sandy.

I am always inspired by Miss Sandy at Quill Cottage and when I saw her enchanting little paper shoes I decided that I needed to design some for myself. I cheated and found this pair of baby shoes in a Charity shop.

                                                       They are pretty and pink, just right.
                                          I played about and cut and glued and stitched,
                                          aged them a little and finally covered a box.

                                               I'm so happy with how they turned out.

                                      I hope Miss Sandy will approve of my' Little Steps'.

                                                                  xox Angela.

                                                                             

9 comments:

Trisha said...

Very pretty!!

~Trisha

Susan Allan said...

They are so sweet. Also I like the way you have adorned them with scrunchy ribbons. The matching box is a lovely touch...do you wonder who they had belonged to before you found them??
Sue xx

Olivia said...

Oh these are just darling! Love it!
Hugs,
Olivia

The Sterling Cherub said...

Those are adorable! You made them even more beautiful.

Best,

Kimberly

Vision Of Angels Cards said...

Oh my Angela, they are GORGEOUS. You are so very talented ~ you should be showcase in some art magazine. Are these for sale???? Hugs to you.

soggibottom said...

Cuter than cute :-)
~You need a cute little pair of feet to fit them...... :-) x x

Julia - "Vintage with Laces" said...

The shoes turned out very cute, dear Angela!
Hugs to you,
Julia

Karen Valentine said...

Oh my they are super cute!! Sandy inspires me all the time!!! She is such a super creative gal!!! But you definitely did her inspiration justice!
xo,
Karen

Ken Johnston said...

You have a beautiful blog. I can get my creative juices flowing following you and I will definitely make a point of it. Thank you for taking the time to post a comment on my blog.
Cheers to someone 'over the pond' as they say.
Ken