I have been "making do" by using my seam ripper as a stiletto.
|Jack the Seam Ripper|
So, I had seen turkey lacers used as a base to make a stiletto. One day when I was shopping I found some. Uh, I won't mention how long ago this was. When I looked up the directions, they mentioned a loop at one end. My pieces didn't have a loop, just a bent end. Sigh!
Time to rethink it. I got my round nose pliers and made small loops at the bent end. Then I got out some of my polymer clay that was pre conditioned. (again let's not mention how long ago!) I started playing with the clay. Some of it was already semi-designed in layers. Some of the colors were pre-mixed. I just played with it.
I was having fun so I didn't mind that this probably took an hour, the time just slipped away.
Later that afternoon, I baked the clay. The next day I added a gloss coat to them.
Here are the six stilettos I made.
Of course the word "Stiletto" always makes think of this song:
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