I decided to try the transparent plastic in Piggy's shoes. As usual, first I needed the insoles.
I glued fabric on them.
And turned the edges under the soles.
I'm usually not particular about the placement of patterns in insoles, but this time I made sure the they would be identical.
Then I cut wide straps from plastic, added strips of stickers, and applied glossy sealer to stop the stickers from falling off.
I made holes at the end of the straps as before and used double-sided tape to keep the straps in place before gluing.
I used one pair of the polymer clay heels just made. I applied one coat of glossy sealer, let it dry, added stickers, and then applied more sealer. The purpose of the first coat of sealer was to make the surface less porous and help the stickers stay in place.
I actually applied the last coat of sealer after assembling the shoes and hung the shoes to dry. The result is always neater, if you can apply the sealer to all necessary surfaces (sides, back, front, bottom) at once, but that means you need to figure out a way to place the heels/shoes to dry in a way that the wet surfaces won't touch anything.
Here are the shoes on 16" Miss Piggy.
For the previous post on using transparent plastic, see here.