|The goody bags|
I thought their shoe-party kits would be perfect for my daughter’s birthday party. I ordered the kit for 10 people and it arrived within a few days. We watched the video and made a list of supplies we would need. I saved milk jugs and jeans and bought ½ yards of fabrics we liked that were on clearance.
|Prepping for the party, cutting out shoe pieces from old jeans.|
|Pieces ready to go!|
A friend who had been to
|Decorating the denim and tracing their chosen fabric.|
|Shoe Making Checklist|
|The completed product ready to send to Sole Hope to make 1 pair of shoes.|
|The cake- simple to make with printed sugar paper, available where cake supplies are sold.|
The kids watched the SoleHope promo video before making the shoes so they understood the what and why of the organization. I think that was the best part of the whole party. It really opened their eyes to why we were doing this. Instead of gifts, the girls made donations to sponsor the shoes. In all we were able to make and sponsor 12 pairs of shoes!
|We made hair ties out of the fabric to remind everyone of the shoes we cut out.|
Would you like to have a SoleHope birthday party or a shoe cutting party for you church or organization? I would be happy to answer any questions and help out in anyway.