2. Fill the toe of the shoe with plaster of paris, place the shoe upright to allow it to harden. Clean up any excess once dried.
3. Cover the shoe using a sculpting epoxy, I've just white Magic Sculpt which I purchased online from an Australian hobby store. Use a rolling pin to smooth out the epoxy before covering the shoe, talcum powder will stop it from sticking to the rolling pin. Allow it to set before decorating or painting.
4. Optional step - I spray painted the shoe with silver spray paint as I've choosen not to grout the shoe.
5. Add the wooden flourishes and paint them
6. Decorate the shoe. I've used clear liquid nails as the adhesive but you could also use clear silicone.
7. Spray paint the wings silver & add them once you've tiled the rest of the shoe. I've used a few pieces of stained glass chips to hold the wings in place underneath the shoe.
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