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Barefoot Sandals for OOT bags!!

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OK so I have about 10 pairs done now!!! And im almost finnished my Bridal pair so ill post pics of those as soon as they are done. So I figured i would post pics of what i have so far.

 

These are all the pairs that i have completed. the ones without the bow still have to have the know glued, ends trimmed and of course the bow.

 

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And here is the pic i dread putting up.. but one pair on my foot... i hate my feet.. and im in desperate need of a pedicure lol..

 

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I didn't want to put these in the OOT bags loose just in case something happened to them so i created little bags to put them in. I bought muslin favor bags and stamped them with the footprint stamp. I still need to add tags and i would like to try and come up with a cute poem about the sandals to put on it but im no good at writing so i dont know (anyone with ideas let me know)

 

This first picture is of the supplies i used.

 

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And a couple pics of the finnished product

 

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And i finnished my bridal pair!!! I will making ones similar to these for my bridesmaids and my flower girl... only my bridemaids with by purple beads and my flowergirls will be pink cause thats her favorite color. lol.

 

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I admit I'm not a huge fan of barefoot sandals but I can honestly say these are my favorite!!  I absolutely love them!  You did such a fabulous job!!!
 

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wow those are so pretty! it wld be fun to make my own but ive been looking at some on etsy that are really pretty
Thanks! I love my bridal pair they are so pretty on. It's hard to tell by the picture but they are super sparkly thanks to the rhinestone pendant and crystazzi beads. The ones on etsy are nice but I found them too expensive. My pair was the most expensive to make and cost me around $10 thanks to 40% off coupons for michaels.

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Your bridal pair is beautiful! I love the little muslin bags; may I ask where you got them from? I'm making a few of the bracelets for my friends bridal shower next month as prizes. The bags wouls be nice to present them in.

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