Remember about a month ago when SVG Cuts did a promotion where you could download a free SVG from their site and then get a gift card just for making the project and sending them a picture of it? They had a phenomenal response to it, and I thought "Oh junk, that means they'll probably never want to do it again." But I was wrong! This time, the SVG was a super cute shoe. It was harder to put together than the purse, to be sure, but still fun and something different than my usual cards and scrapbook layouts, plus I love free stuff and I have a nice long wish-list from SVG Cuts, so it was a win-win all around.
First I cut the actual shoe out of black cardstock. I like to try to figure out how to assemble things on my own, but this one had a lot of pieces so I'll admit to watching Mary's tutorial video about assembly. Once I had the shoe all pieced together and drying, I cut the insole and the outside panels from a piece of black patterned paper I found in my stash. It's really old, you guys, but I think it made an interesting shoe pattern. For the flower on the top, I used some raindrop shaped stickers to make the petals and a piece of bling for the inside of the flower. I think overall it came out pretty nice. I'm hoping these kinds of promotions keep happening, for sure.
There's still a little bit of time left on this promotion. If you'd like to participate, check it out here.