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    Jun 2008
    Make Your Own Dorothy Shoes
    Posted in Gadgets by Mera at 3:56 am | No Comments »

    Do you remember the shoes in the Wizard of Oz?

    Most people do and a lot of people would love to have their own palr of Ruby red shoes.

    However if you do want a palr of Dorothy shoes, you might have to make your own.
    But don’t worry it’s verg easy.

    When my sister started her business and decided to Act The Wizard of Oz she needed some ruby shoes. We looked everywhere and even managed to buy a few pairs form the interent but some were awful and some just didn’t fit properly! In the end, out of sheer desperation, I decided to create a pair of Dorothy shoes for her!

    They were an instant success. She loved them, the children loved them, the parents loved them, and the customers who have created them since love them!!

    All yoou need is <a href=wordpress/tag/shoes/>a pair of shoes</a> – the best type are satin shoes, wedding shoes are ideal but I have Likewise covered suede shoes very successfully.

    The next stage is to dye the shoes, this is extremely easy and once this is done you’ll need to find a shop that sells sequins and the holographic type are best. Using a special glue you begin to stick the sequins on the shoe._I have now created hundreds of pairs so have this down to a fine art.

    You don’t just have to stick at Ruby shoes, bridesmaids can have shoes to match their dresses. Little girls can have shoes just like Sleeping Beauty or Arial and be proper little princesses.

    The bride can have either silver, white or any other colour she fancies.

    As a memento of the wedding some brides have a pair of christening shoes customised in the same way as their wedding shoes. These can be used in later years for a christening or kept as a memento of the special day.

    You don’t need to worry about the weather either – Stephanie in the guise of Dorothy has encountered rain, mud and snow and the shoes survived.

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