mismatch shoes for tilda

Customizing shoes with the Cricut Explore is fun and easy. In the "make it now" section of the Design Space under "fashion", there are already a few shoe designs readily available. I found these plain white shoes on sale at Payless and knew they would be perfect for a project like this. First, I picked out heart and rectangle shapes from the available images. Then, I cut out 20 hearts and 10 stripes (I used the rectangle but made it longer). Finally, I ironed them on to the shoes, following the  instructions found on the back of the Cricut Iron-on Lite or right here. Easy as one, two, three and really fun.

This project was submitted as an entry into the Cricut Design Star challenge. Cricut has asked a number of bloggers to enter projects with specific themes as a fun way to test out the Cricut Explore. I chose to participate in this group because I honestly believe the Cricut Explore is a game changer in the world of crafting and, really, who doesn't love a little competition on the side.

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