Tuesday, 14 October 2014


Welcome to DAY # 14
of this month long blog hop. 
The full blog roll is in the side bar and all the details of prizes, rules etc can be found HERE.
Today's project is...

Take a pair of  papier mâché 
shoes (or old shoes) and 
shape them with papier mâché 
or air drying and hardening clay. 

Paint the shoes black on the outside 
and red on the inside
 and decorate them with lace, 
stamped images, coloured wire, 
styrofoam eyeballs etc. 

Stamps used:

The eyes on the styrofoam balls are from PLATESW141
stamped on white tissue paper and glued on with mod podge.

Thanks for stopping by today,
If you like the stamps used in any of the projects you see on this blog, don't forget to check the websites www.De-Stempelwinkel.nl and www.Nonsequiturstamps.com .
 There you will find all these beautiful stamps, many of them are totally EXCLUSIVE to De Stempelwinkel.... who will ship worldwide. 
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See you tomorrow for DAY #15 with another project by another designer.


Dagmar said...

wow wow wow - das ist so cool - einfach fantastisch!!!! Liebe Grüße, Dagmar

maureenjscott said...

Oh wow!!! this is a fabulous pair of shoes! i love that you made them pointy and love all the embellishing! Fabulous creation! mo x

Jetske said...

A fantastic pair of shoes, really love all those wonderful details!
Just browse your local recyclingstore, they sure will have some shoes that can be altered! Great idea!

DonnaMundinger said...

I've seen quite a few of these, but I gotta say, yours are particularly fabulous! they really look ancient and the details are amazing. xxD

Laura S Reading said...

In past years there were altered witch Shoe challenges online.
This would be a winner!

The bright red at the toe is an eye catcher!

TangledBlueRose said...

Wonderful witch shoes! Love the lace around the edge and that eyeball spider on the toe! Wicked!

Unknown said...

Wow! These are wonderful! Love the way you added extra shape to the shoes!

Unknown said...

Gorgeous shoes - will the eyeballs help the witch with walking in the dark? She won't be tripping over any fallen logs with an extra pair of eyes.

Leigh S-B - The Sharpie Domino Queen said...

Oooo those witchie shoes are divinely wicked, love everything!

(AJ) ArtJypsy said...

Very stylish décor. Love your attention to details.

Susan Renshaw said...

Gorgeous pair of shoes! Love how you have decorated them!

Christine Kiehl said...

Holy Shoes Batman those are FINE!

Paulien said...

Wow, great idea Jetske.

Paulien said...

I maen offcourse Silke!

My Side of Oz said...

Awesome altered shoes! Just waiting for that old witchy poos feet! How glamorous with the stamps and eyeballs.....ready for the red carpet!!

Unknown said...

I love how it all looked curled up and dead. Nothing looks new and perfect. Good job

Unknown said...

I love how it all looked curled up and dead. Nothing looks new and perfect. Good job

Julia said...

Love it!!!! Thanks for sharing how to do this. They look great!

Sarah said...

Spooky shoes! Love the pointed toe and shaped heal, and the red embellishments on black :)

Steph said...

Wow, these are so cool! I love the lace around the top. Now I need to go find those paper mache shoes! :)