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    Default Shoe Art

    I am now moving away from Greetings Cards as many local craft and produce markets restrict the number of card maker stalls so I am having a go at altered art! I really enjoy trying to turn something old or unwanted into a little work of art. This is my latest creation and no, I didn't wear these shoes -
    my granddaughter gave them to me!

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    I haven't seen anything like this before. I'm sure it will prove popular with teenage girls who are into the 'goth' look. I can imagine that more girly designs would also go down well with pre-teens. What a great idea!

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    Love it! Black is a classic; I'm sure it will have wide appeal.

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    Hope you do well with them flower. I can understand about the card making stands, when I did craft shows with my cross stitch cards there were squillions of stands selling jewellery or baskets, plus several selling machine knits, all the same designs, usually the liquorice allsort jumpers.

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    Wow, beautiful and unusual.

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    I think they're stunning! Its just the kind of thing my eldest granddaughters would love. Think many of us are having a change from card making just now.

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    They are fantastic, my daughter would kill for a pair. A friend of mine makes wedding shoes by covering them in lace. I wish you success but after seeing you shoes you will not need it.

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    Beautiful!

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