Synder stood up from her bed and walked to her window and began to lean on her windowsill as the cool air blew in. Her window exposed the beautiful forest behind her home. She heard the birds singing and saw dark brown squirrels run across the dewy grass.

 As the sun beamed behind the clouds, memories began to form of her friend Charming, a boy she met in the forest. He was a handsome boy with a thin yet athletic build, straight white teeth, and brown skin that when kissed by the sun almost seemed to glow. Synder remembered her desire of one day marrying Charming and wearing the glass slippers on their wedding night. She had not seen him since she was 10 years old, was he still as handsome as she remembered?

 Approaching a shelf near the window that housed her favorite books, she grabbed the glass slippers her mother gave her not long before she died. Synder’s feet were always too small for the shoes in her youth for she would try them on every year on her birthday. She went to her shelf stacked with books and pulled the glass slippers close to her. She began to recall the beauty of her mother; the dark brown smoothness of her skin, her long and curly, ravenous hair, the sweetness of her voice even when she was telling Synder to behave.

Elliot got really excited about the first green pair I made him and wore them all over the house right away. They were a little snug so I made the blue pair a little bigger, and now Clementine has started wearing the first pair. Even though they’re way too big for her, they stay on pretty well with the elastic around the ankle. So now I’ve got two kids walking around in these!

Although I designed this slipper especially for Celebrate the Boy Month, I think you’ll find that other members of your family might want a pair as well. The good news is that the pattern for these slippers is made by tracing the wearer’s foot, so this might actually work for any size boy (or girl!)

Step 1 (left): Trace both feet of the wearer carefully. If you have to let the wearer play Mario Kart or Angry Birds to make this happen, no one here is going to hold that against you.

Cinderella was my favorite book as a kid. I liked how she magically wound up at a ball without having to pay a cover charge or explain to her evil stepmother why she was leaving work early.

... I’ve just learned that if I have a dream... if I want something in life... I can reach out and grab it myself! I don’t need to wait for a man or anyone else to achieve what I want in life.

I learned this the hard way, by transcending some of my darkest moments and coming out on the other side, and so can you.

 Synder stood up from her bed and walked to her window and began to lean on her windowsill as the cool air blew in. Her window exposed the beautiful forest behind her home. She heard the birds singing and saw dark brown squirrels run across the dewy grass.

 As the sun beamed behind the clouds, memories began to form of her friend Charming, a boy she met in the forest. He was a handsome boy with a thin yet athletic build, straight white teeth, and brown skin that when kissed by the sun almost seemed to glow. Synder remembered her desire of one day marrying Charming and wearing the glass slippers on their wedding night. She had not seen him since she was 10 years old, was he still as handsome as she remembered?

 Approaching a shelf near the window that housed her favorite books, she grabbed the glass slippers her mother gave her not long before she died. Synder’s feet were always too small for the shoes in her youth for she would try them on every year on her birthday. She went to her shelf stacked with books and pulled the glass slippers close to her. She began to recall the beauty of her mother; the dark brown smoothness of her skin, her long and curly, ravenous hair, the sweetness of her voice even when she was telling Synder to behave.

 Synder stood up from her bed and walked to her window and began to lean on her windowsill as the cool air blew in. Her window exposed the beautiful forest behind her home. She heard the birds singing and saw dark brown squirrels run across the dewy grass.

 As the sun beamed behind the clouds, memories began to form of her friend Charming, a boy she met in the forest. He was a handsome boy with a thin yet athletic build, straight white teeth, and brown skin that when kissed by the sun almost seemed to glow. Synder remembered her desire of one day marrying Charming and wearing the glass slippers on their wedding night. She had not seen him since she was 10 years old, was he still as handsome as she remembered?

 Approaching a shelf near the window that housed her favorite books, she grabbed the glass slippers her mother gave her not long before she died. Synder’s feet were always too small for the shoes in her youth for she would try them on every year on her birthday. She went to her shelf stacked with books and pulled the glass slippers close to her. She began to recall the beauty of her mother; the dark brown smoothness of her skin, her long and curly, ravenous hair, the sweetness of her voice even when she was telling Synder to behave.

Elliot got really excited about the first green pair I made him and wore them all over the house right away. They were a little snug so I made the blue pair a little bigger, and now Clementine has started wearing the first pair. Even though they’re way too big for her, they stay on pretty well with the elastic around the ankle. So now I’ve got two kids walking around in these!

Although I designed this slipper especially for Celebrate the Boy Month, I think you’ll find that other members of your family might want a pair as well. The good news is that the pattern for these slippers is made by tracing the wearer’s foot, so this might actually work for any size boy (or girl!)

Step 1 (left): Trace both feet of the wearer carefully. If you have to let the wearer play Mario Kart or Angry Birds to make this happen, no one here is going to hold that against you.

Tutorial by Rae: Dragon Slippers - Made By Rae


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