Sassy Sandals

Dimensional Roses inspired by Tim Holtz 12 days of Christmas tags.

I have been fascinated by the beauty of these roses, but puzzled by how I could make them work for fashion.  Fabric will not retain the stiffness once washed unless sealed. So my quest began before I ever started scrapbooking I designed ceiling fans. Before I stopped I had created over 2,000 fans. I always sealed the blades with clear coat they could withstand anything that way. I wanted the roses to retain their shape. My experiment first I have the wrong kind of webbing. I was unable to go to the store to buy the right kind so time to improvise. I am always so excited when my experiments work. I was able to seal the fabric shape it and mold my flowers and they are waterproof. I am so excited and see so many of these beauties in my future.

Spring is in the air and my toes are painted. I am ready for the beach weather and open toe shoes. I have to say I love sandals and I really love to customize my foot wear. So here are my first pair of sassy sandals.

While I am still working on my apron, I did finish a pair of sandals to match. I am leaving town on Monday for Australia and want to have both finished by the time I leave. I will post the pictures when I am done. I promise it will be so worth the weight. It is turning out amazing.

Close up of the Fabric rose

Suplies Used for Sassy Sandals:

Cricut Cartridge Picturesque

Fabric cutting scissors

Fabric

Fusible webbing

Paint brush

Iron

Fabric tac

Poly acrylic clear coat

Pearls or rhinestones

Glimmer Mist Iridescent Gold

The Instructions :Sassy Sandals

I hope you have enjoyed my post and tutorial on how to make these fun fabric roses. For more tutorials and projects vistit my blog.

I am working on apron to match the sandals. Here is a sneak peek.

Have a Creative Day

If you create a project using the fabric rose please leave a link in the comments section. I would love to see your projects.

Michelle

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Avital
    Apr 10, 2010 @ 21:11:16

    Ooh, I love it!!!!!!!

    Reply

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