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    Thank you !

    Astera, I so agree with you, it's nice to be able to make for dolls things one will never have the courage or possibility to wear in daily life

    Dollutional, yes shoes are so difficult, and take so long time, at least for me, otherwise I'd be making lots of them (again, projection of own desires here ;P )

    jslord, thank you, you are right but for myself I have no patience, and for my "living" dolls, they do not appreciate (yet?) so for now I'll just scale this down for Isadora.....but if the passion for tatting grows (as it seems to do ! I love it!), who knows ! ^___^
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    I am so full of admiration for anyone who can make shoes, and these little shoes are delightful, so pretty, so dainty

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    Thank you so much Marina, I'm glad you think so !!!
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    Hi I wanted to show here the new pair of shoes I made for Isadora's sweet tiny feet....
    OOAK Silver Slippers Gold Drop by amarilli, on Flickr
    OOAK Silver Slippers Gold Drop by amarilli, on Flickr
    OOAK Silver Slippers Gold Drop by amarilli, on Flickr
    OOAK Silver Slippers Gold Drop by amarilli, on Flickr
    OOAK Silver Slippers Gold Drop by amarilli, on Flickr

    I must say that I have rarely made shoes in these years, because I have been most concentrated in perfecting my capacity at making wigs.
    But now that I have finally the hang of it, I wish to try to make more shoes. It's fun and it's a real challenge, so tiny !
    I just purchased to awesomest seed beads ever...I must try them for the shoes

    Have some of you made fabric (meaning non-metal) shoes for their dolls? I'd love to see them. I think for resin dolls non-metal might be more gentle, as Biscuitbear made me realize a few years ago.
    Last edited by Grevling; February 24th, 2016 at 07:26 PM.
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    They look just perfect!!!

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    They are so sweet!

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    oh my! they are absolutely stunning!!!!! x

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    Well done! They are beautiful, and it is so hard making shoes on this tiny scale!

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    Isadora's shoes are pretty and I agree, dainty!

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    Dear Galacticat, Merrijane, Lynne , Bibarina and Petraskova.....thank you for your lovely comments ♥

    Yes it's so difficult in such a scale but it's a lot of fun to try to figure things out !
    Last edited by Grevling; February 25th, 2016 at 10:41 PM.
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