Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Witch's Shoe -.cut file available




Here's a little Halloween card I did for Custom Crops using the Witch's shoe and several other cuts from Paper Doll Dress Up welded to a rectangle fromm Plantin Schoolbook. I had some great specialty paper that I used that I think I got at J's. This witch is stylin' right down to her glitter socks! For full instructions and the .cut file click HERE.

Instead of a buckle I decided to use a spider web and popped a glitter pom pom onto the spider cut and added some google eyes and ribbon. You can NEVER have too many google eyes, especially around Halloween.

My "Teen Queen" card is also now available at Custom Crops and is a good example of how I build my layers on a shaped front card for those who are interested. You can easily swap out the numbers if you have a teen of another age I would think. Click HERE for the free .cut file and article. Well, time is flying so it's back to the drawing board. See you soon! xxD

20 comments:

  1. Oh I am so in love with that shoe, and I got to be first this morning to tell you that you rock in all you do! Hugs

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  2. The shoe is adorable! I love the colors, textures, and the cute creatures!!

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  3. Two wonderful cards, Donna! I love the witch's shoe. I just bought some shoes that resemble the heavy black shoes my teachers and grandmother used to wear. I call them my witch's shoes. Interesting how what we thought were ugly 30 (or more) years ago are now really cute! I think I need some ooze-green socks for Halloween! ;)

    Your shaped cards are the best!!

    Barb

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  4. That shoe is adorable. I wish I had those carts so I could use your cut file. I will have to see if I can somehow "lift" it. Thanks for the idea though.

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  5. OMGosh! How CUTE Donna! Do I say that every time? LOL! I always get the biggest smile on my face when I visit your blog! You are awesome girlie! Such talent! HUGS!

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  6. Adorable! I love love love that purple paper!

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  7. Thank you for sharing this! It is so adorable.

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  8. OMG Donna, this is too cute. Similar to the one you did last year that I have always marveled over. Thanks for the cut file!

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  9. Girl, what can I say? Amazing!!! Love those critters on the shoe and that girly-girly card ROCKS!

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  10. Oh that shoe is so cute:) You come up with the cutest ideas.

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  11. Thank you so much for this Freebie. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in Creative Busy Hands Cricut Freebies Search List, under the Halloween post on Oct. 22, 2009. Thanks again.

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  12. Girlfriend, did I tell ya' that you are the Queen of the Cut files? Now I am so loving this shoe Donna, and those green-glow socks are just super cute. I see you managed to use that paper we talked about. LOL, this is just the bomb! TFS

    Hugz, xx

    ~L~

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  13. OK now that is just the most awesome project EVER!!!!!!!!
    I am in love!, I am a first time visitor here and you rock my dear!

    I am having a HUGE contest (I design for Purple Cows) and would love to have you come over and check it out!
    http://blueyecicle.blogspot.com/2009/10/more-ont-he-huge-purple-cows-contest.html
    ~Pinky~

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  14. Totally cute Donna! That textured paper is perfect!

    (-: Heidi

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  15. Girl, you are TOO much!!! Your cut files...all your art...ROCKS!!!
    xoxo Joy

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  16. Wow Donna. That shoe is sooooooooooooo gorgious !! I love it :)).

    Hugs Monique

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  17. How gorgeous and how sweet of you to share your file with all of us again:-) Thank you so much.

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  18. Donna,

    I had so much fun making this card last year for my friends. I could not figure out how to send you a comment at that time and have kept trying to find you again and finally today I did. I know this is really late but did want to thank you for sharing this great cut file.

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Thanks for making my day!