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3D Flip Flop - Life is a Beach

Quite a while ago I saw the cutest 3D Flip Flop SVG file for free and just fell in love with it but wanted to see if I could make it use my Cricut and Cartridges. I first used the Cricut Craftroom to edit the flip flop from Life is a Beach and hid the contours on the top of the flip flop. I then added a rectangle from Plantin SchoolBook for the straps... I transferred the file to my gypsy and TADA... Here is what I came up with.


  1. Wow,fantastic! Do you ever share your gypsy files?
    Judy Garrelts

  2. Wow! I love it!! Did you add the retangle around shoe as well to make the box? This would be a great gift box plus they can keep things in it as well.
    Love your blog!

    1. I did Roxy!! on the bottom and the top to make it a box.


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