Try 3. Made out of recycled cardboard boxes (here : cookies yes I like cookies ), printed paper for the top of the shoe (doubled with printer paper to make it stronger), craft foam for the bottom of the shoe, soft and shiny fabric inside the shoe and last but least, toothpicks rolled in paper and painted to make the heel.
The impatient to finally get his own pair is, once again a Monster High, but this time it's Draculaura.
Unfortunatly, that's an epic fail for me : because I was so afraid of breaking the paper, I adapted the craft foam so well to it, that the finished shoes could not fit the doll's feet anymore...
So disappointed !
But, for sure, it will still look adorable in a locker or something
Try 2 made out of recycled cardboard boxes (here : cookies again ), paint, soft and shiny fabric inside the shoe, a average ribbon for the top of the shoe, a pin and somes beads for the heel.
This time, this pair of shoes will go to Cleo (Monster High)
My first doll shoes ever ! Made out of recycled cardboard boxes (here : cookies ), paint, soft and shiny fabric for the top of the shoe and a fluffy one inside the shoe, some "avoid slippin'" plastic lacework under the shoe (stuff you're supposed to put inside your kitchen drawers to protect them).
The happy chosen doll for this first pair of shoes is Rasponzel (Disney Princess).
Small repaint of lurid pink doll's shoes, with nailpolishes and acrylic paint.