Wednesday, September 9, 2009

The Witch Goes To The Ball!








Hi all!
Hope you are having a good week. Here it is Wednesday already.
If you remember, back in May I bought some old Victorian shoes at a flea market. I said I wanted them for Halloween.
This is the result. They started out faded and blah, that is why they were only $25 instead of $85 or $90 which is what I usually see them for.
My husband spray painted them black for me. Then I embellished them with ribbon, crepe paper and glass glittered stars.
Now I think the witch can go to the Halloween Ball!
I am just starting to add a bit of Autumn and Halloween to my house, very slowly. Don't want to rush it too much.
Have a great rest of your week.
Chat again soon.
Love,
Rosemary

12 comments:

Coastal Sisters said...

Oh Rosemary....these are to die for! How amazing! They turned out beautifully.

LuLu~*xoxo

Olde Dame Penniwig said...

Bewitching! It is "bootless" to resist them; they are the "sole" of witchy fashion!

tara said...

So cute, what a great idea!! I love them under the cloche~

Suzy's Vintage Attic said...

Amazing makeover. I love seeing shoes being transformed. They look fantastic
Isabelle x

Mermaid Queen said...

They turned out great Rosemary! Love seeing your Halloween ideas. Have a great day, Martha

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Pure genius, Rosemary! You are awesome! Looks great. Anita

Draffin Bears said...

How lovely, Rosemary.
The Cinderella of Witches, and wonder if she will get to go to the ball in them.

Hugs
Carolyn

Fete et Fleur said...

These are perfect! I agree with Draffin Bears. They look like they were made for a Cinderella witch.

Hugs!
Nancy

Storybook Woods said...

Altering boots, what a clever idea xoxoxo Clarice

Shabbee Chick said...

I LOVE THEM!!!!!!

Lori said...

Oh Rosemary, very very cool!!!! So busy with school, shower and wedding will write soon! Lori

Susie Q said...

These are absolutely magical!
I love each and every poece you create!
No baby yet?? What an exsciting time for all of you!!!
Love,
Sue