I have a friend who is absolutely fearless in her use of materials and supplies to create jewelry and clothing. For example. Leanne re-colors metal earrings with nail polish, and she paints dryer sheets so she can applique them onto
As most long time readers know, we LOOOOOVE glitter. The problem with most glitter, as we all know, is that 99% of the time it sloughs off whatever it’s applied to and becomes a permanent element embedded in our carpets
Thanks to Hollywood, when people picture California, they picture the Pacific shoreline, sandy beaches, palm trees, and celebrities. But California is so much more than that So-Cal image. We have arid deserts, huge lumbering pines, snowy ragged peaks, and fertile
I’m here to wish all our frightfully fearless DIYers the Happiest of Halloweens. To do that, I’m going to share with you a spook-tacular pair of Halloween themed boots created by Claudia. They are eerily amazing!
On these boots, I spy
Maybe you think dyeing suede is pretty hard to do. After all, suede is a very delicate type of leather and how can you possible dye it without ruining its lovely soft nap?
As with all other shoe painting and recoloring,
Celebrity stylist Brad Goreski says, “I believe everyone should have a pair of ‘party pumps,’ something with a little bit of sparkle that is attention-grabbing and makes you happy.”
We couldn’t agree more! That love for glitter and sparkle (plus, a
When some people start a new craft, they like to read and research before they consider dipping a toe in the water. Some like to amass all the tools they might possibly need before taking the plunge. And others discover
So maybe we haven’t done exactly 10,000 shoes… but Destiny and I are pretty excited today – it is Sassy Feet’s 10th anniversary
Margot blogged a few weeks ago about “Recycled, Up Cycled, Re-Purposed Clothing, A Slow Fashion Movement,” the wearable art show that Sassy Feet! will be a part of this summer at the San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles. We have
Every January, Erin and I each choose a word for the year. She makes a banner of her word out of individual letters that have been letterpress-printed on small circles of card stock and hung from attractively rusted spiral wire. I