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I’ve got mah’ flippy floppy’s!

Well.. I’ve got ONE of ‘em! lol..

This week at Paper Dolls we are making FLIP FLOP BOXES! How fun! When I saw this file from Eleanor of SVG Shop I was so excited! I LIVE in flip flops in the summer! I’m picky though! They either have to be bright colored with big ol’ flowers on the top.. or my Reef Fannings! <~~~~ Those are what I have for this summer. I get a new pair every year! The most COMFORTABLE flip flops, ever! They hug your feet nicely and don’t really ‘flop’…. or ‘flip’.. so.. are they still ‘flip flops?… Or, are they.. SANDALS?.. lol.

*blink – blink*

Wait.. am I selling flip flops here.. or am I trying to show you my project for Paper Dolls?

(really though, check those sandals out!)


Here is my take on the flip flop box! I went for a luau theme that would be GREAT for party favors! This was easy to make (for a 3D project), even better!




And not only is the Crop-a-Dile fun to say.. it’s pretty awesome, too! Like my eyeltets?


Wanna make one like mine?… Head on over to Tamara’s shoe factory with your best glue.. and let’s get busy!

You can download the box from the Paper Dolls Blog.. so scootch on over there and get it!

I kept my boxed as pre-sized.

To decorate my flippy floppy, I used SVG Attic’s Luau collection!

So pretty! You gotta check out her work! (Jessica of SVG Attic). She’s just getting started, but from what I have seen from her, she’s got great stuff! Her files are easy to use, too! Also, be sure to ‘like’ her Facebook, and let her know I sent ya!

Here are the sizes I used from the Luau collection:

  • Hibiscus – 1.40w
  • Lanterns – ’round:1.063w  ‘lantern: .904w   ’tall: 1.151w
  • Luau Caption – 4.542w
  • Coconut drink – 2.396w

That’s it! I didn’t want to do too much to the flip flop because I didn’t want it to be overkill. I think the little touches I added were just right for this, though!

For the off white ‘inner’ part of the sandal, I just opened up another flop flop piece.. and unchecked ‘keep proportions’ and kinda smoohed it a bit to fit how I wanted.. I used an x-acto knife to cut the spaces for the straps. Then I inked and embossed it.. love the way it came out!

I strung the lanterns with some twine and tied little bows. You could do this with someone’s name for a gift!

The ‘grass’ trim is just two strips of paper cut to 1.25″ and frayed by hand with scissors. Super easy to do!

Welp, I hope you have enjoyed this one! I will be pretty quiet this week as I finish up the stuff for the SVG Summer Shindig Blop Hop! I can’t wait!

Head on over to Paper Dolls to see our guest designers projects.. and hopefully create something to enter in our challenge!

Have a great week!

Paper Dolls challenge project – Dollhouse

Well, folks! It’s another week and another challenge over at Paper Dolls! This week we are using this FABULOUS dollhouse SVG file by Patricia over at A Little Hut! You can go right to the dollhouse post and download the file HERE!

You MUST check out Patricia’s site! She is so talented and her work is so clean and modern, Thienly and I just LOVE it!

For my dollhouse, I decided to go simple and vintage looking. I wanted it to look like an old dollhouse you’d find in grandma’s attic! I had plans for a porch, fence, awnings, a tree and more, but really, I simply ran out of time. We’re going to Disney again (we will actually be there on Monday when you’re seeing this!) and we decided to leave out earlier than planned, so I’ve been running around getting laundry done, packing and such. I think I will make another sometime soon and really go all out!

Anyhow, I hope you like it!






See, told ya I went simple! LOL!

If you’d like to know how I made mine.. keep reading!

Cut all the dollhouse pieces as sized..  For the roof, I welded a rectangle with 1/2″ wide half circles. Very easy to do! Ink the edges and layer them! I added a little button and paper jewelry string to it.

I cut double windows and doors (you will need to flip one door before cutting!) so I can add them to the inside and outside!

For the bed I added a little strip of elastic lace trim to look like a little pillow.

The ‘table’ is a button glued to a mini spool! (so cute!)

To line the walls with wallpaper.. Oy, this was some work, lol. What I did was used SCAL rectangle/squares shapes and ‘trace’ them over the house where the wallpaper would fit. I then removed all the files I didn’t want to cut. Ended up with these:


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And then I glue ‘em in!

That’s pretty much it! Oh, and cut two of the ‘floors’ and use one on each level. I went with a wood looking paper! So fun!

Some ideas -

Add a rug, extra bed, fence, tree, garden, frames on the wall, use real fabric and make curtains, etc! SO many ideas! Have fun with it and get over to Paper Dolls and join the challenge! There are TWO prizes this week! Also, you don’t wanna miss Thienly and the guest designer’s versions!

See ya! I will be back Tuesday evening!

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